Yes. What other type can fill ENFJ’s shoes? I’d really like to see an example.
Naturally, there must be all kinds of ENFJs.
Let’s say we have a continuum of about 50 ENFJ women. Of the celebrity lot. Now for the sake of argument, let’s say that ENFJ type does form around 2% of the world population. So (hypothetically) we have about 150 million ENFJs in the world. Let’s say – 70 million ENFJ women worldwide. Be it half the number – it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that those 50 women are like an ant before the elephant. Or the very tip of an iceberg, which is probably a better expression as these 50 celebrities are kind of spearheading the type. Representing the sharpest edge of it.
There must be toned down ENFJs out there as well. Actresses included.
Be it so. But what other types is there to consider? xSFP? I don’t see it. ENFJ with a mild subtype, maybe?
I agree that she’s not the shining example of the type. She’s no Naomi Watts or Cate Blanchett. Not yet or never will be. But neither will my mother. And yet she’s ENFJ nonetheless. As are more-or-less 70 million other women on this planet. And how many of them are actresses? A legion, no less.
Notice how often in movies there’s this “alpha” ENFJ actor/actress and then there’s 1-2-3-whatever more actors/actresses, that appear to be of the same type, but you just don’t care that much about them?
There’s just a lot of ENFJs in this business.
Who’s going nuts for Lauren Cohan? Or Kim Dickens? Rachel McAdams? Anna Torv? Katheryn Winnick? Ok, I guess many people do. Then what about Jennie Jacques? Yvonne Strahovski? Carmen Ejogo? Florence Pugh? Florence Who?
All these women strike me as ENFJs.
But their fame combined does not match that of Nicole Kidman.
That’s where I see Hannah New. Somewhere on the lower spectrum.
And of course,
a) I might be wrong.
b) This whole system might be inadequate.
c) I should take a break.