Every personality type has unique, powerful gifts. For the FJ types, one of those gifts involves an ability to read people well. Exactly how this skill shows up varies from person to person.
- You might meet an INFJ who picks up on so much about you that it seems like they’re reading your mind.
- Or perhaps you know an ESFJ so in-tune with how people work in groups that every event they plan is an unqualified success.
- You might find yourself in a group lead by an ENFJ who manages to make every single person there feel included.
- Maybe you meet an ISFJ who knows exactly how to act in dozens of different social situations and always makes the people they interact with feel valued.
The FJ types all use a mental process called Extroverted Feeling, or “Harmony” (to use Personality Hacker’s nickname). ENFJs and ESFJs use it as their favorite (or primary) mental function. INFJs and ISFJs use it as their co-pilot (or auxiliary) function. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at how this cognitive function helps INFJs, ISFJs, ENFJs, and ESFJs read other people. Read more