INFJs and ENFJs are both Intuitive, Feeling, Judging personalities, meaning they tend to process emotionally, focus their attention on the bigger picture, and follow set plans. However, INFJs tend to prefer to spend time alone or in small groups, while ENFJs thrive in larger group settings.
INFJs should work to build personal connections with ENFJs, while ENFJs should allow INFJs space to recharge by communicating via email when necessary.
INFJs and ENFJs are both Feeling personalities and should each focus on opening up emotionally while remaining empathetic to one another. To avoid stress, INFJs and ENFJs should both be honest in communicating their perspectives. ENFJs should offer INFJs space to reflect and recharge.
INFJs tend to trust ENFJs who allow them to take time to be alone and process, while ENFJs are more likely to trust INFJs who engage them in discussion and work to build a personal relationship.
Both INFJs and ENFJs bring innovative ideas, altruism, and goal-oriented planning to a workplace; however, INFJs tend to thrive in environments that allow them to work independently, while ENFJs prefer to work closely with others. INFJs can help ENFJs learn to listen more closely. ENFJs can help INFJs express themselves more openly around others.
INFJs and ENFJs may have difficulty accepting new situations since they tend to seek consistency and routine. They should work to reorient their thinking, focus on the positive aspects of change, and create a new plan or schedule.
INFJ and ENFJ types need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
INFJs and ENFJs should appreciate and affirm one another in times of stress, though INFJs should remember to take time alone when needed.
INFJ and ENFJ types can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
INFJs can encourage ENFJs by acknowledging their value and helping them to feel cherished.
ENFJs can motivate INFJs by affirming their positive contributions to the community and allowing them space to relax.
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