My voice matches Enneagram type 9, but I'm not sure what kind of voice an INFJ would have. I just had a banker tell me my voice sounds like Tia Leoni, which I consider to be a compliment. She's a kinda droopy gal too.
The first man to raise a fist is the man who's run out of ideas. H.G. WELLS
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool. FEYNMAN If this is monkey pee, you're on your own.SCULLY
thanks for linking that @Nicodemus. i remember that chart from before, but this thread really needed some definition of what it even meant to have your voice match your type.
yeah, i really do think Ne-Fi-Te covers the spectrum of my vocal patterns pretty well. i sometimes try to "put on" an Fe tone. but it's like at work or something when i feel like i need to be in this customer service mode. maybe upon interacting with someone who i feel is apprehensive i'd bust it out too. warmth is the key. i think i naturally take a very genuine tone, but it can be more passionate than warm.
You hem me in -- behind and before;
you have laid your hand upon me.
Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
too lofty for me to attain.
I heard people tell me that my voice is very clear (I must admit I'm one of the few people I know who likes to hear recordings of their own voice, it really does sounds pleasant), but I've also been accused of speaking to fast. I've also been told that I tend to forget to pronounce the letter T quite often when it's placed at the end of a word or a syllable, but I think that's more of an accent thing. Most of the kids in my elementary school forgot the T as well when pronouncing certain words. But the thing is, I don't know if that's what an ESFP is supposed to sound like. If they're supposed to be loud, I can confirm that I in fact do sound like one. But in case we're supposed to sound like Valley Girls or talking chickens, I'm afraid I probably sound like something else.