Learn how ENFPs view the world and what makes them tick! Listen on your PC, Mac, smartphone, tablet or Kindle device! In ENFP: Understanding & Relating with the Champion, you'll learn about the ENFP Myers Brigg Personality Type. This book covers a variety of topics regarding ENFPs (extroverted intuitive feeling perception) and why they make such unique, free-thinking individuals. ENFPs have a natural ability to perceive things in ways that others cannot. In this book we'll begin by exploring why the MBTI test is important before then digging in to why ENFPs make great, dependable friends and lovers. From there we'll venture into the greatest strengths and weaknesses of individuals who identify as ENFPs. Finally we'll explore what makes ENFPs happy and what they value in their personal relationships. We'll close by learning about 10 famous ENFPs and what you can learn from them.
If you are an ENFP, listen to this book to begin your quest in learning why you act the way you do and how you can come to appreciate who you are as an individual. Here is a preview:
An Introduction to MBTI
The Four Dimensions of the MBTI
Why is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Significant?
Uncovering the "Champion": Who Is an ENFP?
Why are ENFPs Indispensable Leaders?
The Seven Greatest Strengths of an ENFP
The Five Greatest Areas of Improvement for an ENFP
What Makes an ENFP Happy?
What are Some Common Careers of an ENFP?
Common Workplace Behaviors of an ENFP
ENFP: Parenting Style and Values
Why do ENFPs Make Good Friends?
Seven Actionable Steps for Overcoming Your Weaknesses as an ENFP
The 10 Most Influential ENFPs We Can Learn From
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Useless speed reading
To have the reader slow down. This is a reference book. We are supposed to listen and learn from it. How can we when the reader is speedreading. And what a pity as there are so few books about the MBTI on Audible
No, and that is a pity as I was interested in some other titles and simply did not order them because reading so fast a reference book is an absurdity, as would a lecture at university, a talk or whatever.
He speaks too fast. His tone is monotone. I even wonder whether he was thinking about what he was reading. Reading, be it a novel or a reference book is not a race. It is there to enlighten us. Bad, bad bad performance.
None. And I am both an ENFP and a qualified MBTI practitioner; therefore someone rather knowledgeable about the personality type as well as the MBTI as an instrument. Useless piece.
Please find a reader that takes time and give meaning to what he reads. Some of your readers or narrators are absolutely wonderful and make me listen to books I would not have read or listened to otherwise. The MBTI is a great tool that deserves adequate readers. I have however noticed that most psychological books are poorly read.
- Kindle Customer
Good information to understand your type
- craig thomas