In this post, we will look at the fundamental characteristics, strengths, shortcomings, and other characteristics of these nine types ESFP Enneagram.
I. The overview of ESFP Enneagram
The MBTI and the Enneagram of Personality are two of the most popular personality classification systems.
These correlations may make it possible to provide individuals with a combined personality result, such as ESFP and nine Enneagram.
Please keep in mind that the ESFP personality type is commonly associated with the enneagram categories listed below:
ESFP Enneagram Type 2;
ESFP Enneagram Type 7.
II. The ESFP Enneagram with 9 Types
1. ESFP Enneagram type 1
People with the ESFP Enneagram type 1 are typically introverts who like to spend their time alone. They may easily disconnect from others and live a solitary existence. Their aversion to the intricacies of relationships causes them to shun others.
This allows them to develop their idealistic views while avoiding allowing others to affect their passionately held convictions.
They are also quite critical of others, which might irritate others. They frequently look indifferent and distant, which exacerbates their relationships.
Their Type 1 personality, on the other hand, allows them to be highly accepting and tolerant of diversity. And, despite their avoidance of expressing their feelings, these people are devoted to the few people they allow into their lives.
Extroverted people are typically leaders, and they have a tendency to force their perfectionism on others. Sensing Ones are practical and detail-oriented, typically valuing norms and tradition; Feeling Ones value assisting others, fostering harmony, are more scared of criticism, and are more inclined to turn their anger inwards; Irrational Ones are more flexible, spontaneous, and adaptable.
2. ESFP Enneagram type 2
A sizable proportion of ESFPs identify as Enneagram type 2 (Type 2 with a 1 wing: 0 percent ; Type 2 with a 3 wing: 100 percent ).
Though the two types are most typically linked with the extroverted feeling function, the ESFP's mix of introverted feeling and extroverted sensing frequently resembles Fe in many respects. As a result, it is not unexpected that many ESFPs identify with the type 2.
Type 2 ESFPs are highly warm and inviting, always trying to make others feel at ease and supported. Though they are active by nature, they are quite patient when it comes to assisting others they care about, and they make excellent listeners and practical hard workers.
These people will go out of their way to help those they care about, whether it's by providing practical assistance, bringing them out to keep their minds off things, or engaging in a long, encouraging talk about how the other person is feeling.
People with the ESFP Enneagram type 2 are often in touch with their introverted feelings and are very perceptive about the desires, anxieties, and motives of others.
The type 2 ESFP feels that they are worthy inasmuch as they are helpful to others. They are continually shifting from sentiments of insignificance to feelings of affection and respect. They are most like their dominating extroverted-feeling pals, the ESFJs.
Extroverted Twos are chatty, theatrical, and energetic; they reach out to others and like being the center of attention. Sensing Twos aid people in a realistic, down-to-earth way, Feeling Twos are typically warm and empathic and endeavor to make the surroundings more peaceful, and Irrational Twos are adaptive and impulsive.
3. ESFP Enneagram type 3
This personality type strives for success in all aspects of their life. Their relationships are no exception, and they have extremely specific requirements for who they seek as a mate.
They seek someone with a high social rank or who is highly desired by others. As a result, even ESFP Enneagram type 3 people's relationships must be striking to others.
Furthermore, these individuals are well-suited to positions of leadership. Type 3 persons are under continual pressure to be amusing. They also have difficulty achieving a work-life balance since they might become excessively involved in their profession.
Extroverted Threes are action-oriented and fast-paced; they are strong communicators and enjoy being the center of attention. Sensing Threes are practical, conventional, detail-oriented problem solvers, while Feeling Threes are more people-oriented and imaginative or visionary. Irrational Threes are adaptive and impulsive.
4. ESFP Enneagram type 4
Extroverted Fours are social and outspoken, with a flair for the dramatic. Sensing Fours act and live in the present moment, Feeling Fours are emotionally sensitive and empathic, and Irrational Fours are more impulsive and indecisive.
5. ESFP Enneagram type 5
This personality type is practical and structured. They are motivated by a desire to solve issues and have a positive impact on the world. Workplaces that support their analytical and logical approach to problems while also stimulating development and learning are perfect for these individuals.
They like to keep to themselves and avoid building interactions with others. They prefer to suppress their emotions and concentrate on their cerebral activities. Relationships, they believe, are too taxing on their emotional energies.
They do, however, form relationships with others who share their interests or who provide intellectual stimulation.
Extroverted Fives are outgoing, friendly, and intellectually confident. Sensing Fives are realistic, practical, and enjoy categorizing facts. Irrational Fives are less focused on clear objectives and are more sensitive and tuned to people and values in their pursuits, whereas Feeling Fives are more sensitive and oriented to people and values.
6. ESFP Enneagram type 6
People with the ESFP Enneagram type 6 are intelligent and hardworking. They are more cautious and serious than other Type 6s.
The primary concern of ESFP Enneagram type 6 persons is the loss of stability and support. Their fundamental aim is to feel secure.
Type 6 persons have a propensity to project their own sentiments and motivations onto others, making them suspicious of those around them. These individuals are introverts who place a high priority on limits.
Sixes that are extroverted are chatty and social. Sensing Sixes are practical, trustworthy, and occasionally conservative. Feeling Sixes are loyal, dependant, and phobic, but Irrational Sixes are adaptive.
7. ESFP Enneagram type 7
Type 6 with a 6 wing: 50%; Type 7 with an 8 wing: 50%). This type coupling comes as no surprise given that extroverted sensing — the ESFP's major function – is closely connected with the 7 type.
People with the ESFP Enneagram type 7 are very active, enthusiastic, and gregarious. They are always looking for new experiences and rely significantly on their extroverted sensory function.
Introverted feelings may be a blind spot for the type 7 ESFP since they are more interested in experiencing new things than in evaluating them or making solid conclusions about how they feel. They are prone to sweeping any unwanted emotions under the rug rather than confronting them head on.
This sort of ESFP lives in a world of limitless people possibilities and may hop from relationship to relationship swiftly, savoring the powerful high of falling in love (or lust). Despite their want to be continuously surrounded by people, they are very autonomous and self-directed.
The ESFP Enneagram type 7 feels that they are accountable for going out into the world and acquiring what they desire. They are continually shifting from boredom and deprivation to thrill and riches. They are the most similar to their thinking relative, the ESTP.
Extroverted Sevens are chatty, gregarious, fast-paced, and fun-loving people who have a wide range of friends and experiences. Sensing Sevens are action-oriented, lively, and realistic, and they learn by first-hand experience and observation.
Furthermore, Feeling Sevens are sensitive, compassionate, and people-oriented, but Irrational Sevens are highly open and have problems seeing projects through to completion.
8. ESFP Enneagram type 8
Extroverted Eights are energetic, joyful, vocal, and fast-paced, and they frequently become powerful leaders. Sensing Eights are practical, realistic, and interested in facts; Feeling Eights are helpful and supportive but less powerful and direct; and Irrational Eights are impulsive and dictatorial.
Individuals with the ESFP Enneagram type 8 are self-sufficient and ambitious, preferring to march to the beat of their own drum. They are self-assured, gregarious, and realistic.
The primary fear of ESFP Enneagram type 8 persons is being dominated. Their fundamental aim is to be in control of their own life. As a result, they are resentful of authority. While ESFP Enneagram type 8 people value their independence and autonomy, they also desire the same for others. As a result, rather than manipulating others, they utilize their own strength to assist others less fortunate than themselves.
9. ESFP Enneagram type 9
Individuals with the ESFP Enneagram type 9 are diligent and creative. Their fundamental worry is being cut off from the rest of the world or losing something significant. Their fundamental aim is for balance and serenity, both inside and beyond themselves.
They protect themselves from negative emotions and stress by immersing themselves in their daily routine. 9w1s enjoy abstract thoughts and have many innovative ideas.
Extroverted Nines are gregarious, chatty, and lively. Sensing Nines are pleasant, humble, and might appear to be extremely restrained on the surface. Irrational Nines want to keep their choices open, whereas Feeling Nines prefer harmony and pleasant partnerships.