When I engage with people, my "Fe" is on blast, so depending on the vibe of the others, I shift myself accordingly.
I am a people-person but that doesn't mean I'm F.
This ^ is usually for those that don't really know me that well.
My ENFJ best friend, who introduced me to MBTI, when she found out my type, her response, "I'm so not surprised. Finally, someone was able to capture what you're about." Psstt....as if.
I'm an individual.
My mother also was not surprised when she read the type profile for me. Her response: "It all makes sense now!"
Those that know me really well, and has seen a variety of examples of my thinking processes, knows that I rarely, if ever, base decisions due to my personal ties to said thing - which has actually been a big issue in the past for a lot of friends of mine. Most notable issue surrounding this: my "loyalty" to them had often been called into question - as I will stick by a decision because it's fair, even if it goes against my "loyalty" to them.
Edit, a curious thought: IRL, there is this one friend, who others sometimes remark, that we're very similar to one another [on the surface]. She is actually ISFP. I can see how others think that [we have a skit b/w us, called "The Kangaroo Dance" - yes, it's exactly what you imagine, us dancing like kangaroos], but, again, if they get to know us more deeply, the differences are world's apart.