Personally I prefer Socionics' descriptions of Se:
Originally Posted by Sociotype.com
I seem to remember you have Fi too; look for it in ESFP activities. Creativity and aesthetics: appreciation of life and generation of art that increases others' appreciation of life or calls into question our perspectives. What is the point of human life, anyway? Biologically it's simply to be born, reproduce, and die. The only other purposes are those we make up ourselves. If another person doesn't live up to your personal decision on what life means, it doesn't really matter, frankly. You don't have to value their life purpose, but that doesn't make it any less meaningful or worthwhile in the grand scheme than yours.
I don't really think that's fair at all, or accurate. Everyone's minds are always operating, and as a 6 I can attest that I work to decrease the amount I hyperanalyze. More thought does not mean better thought, and there are some ESFPs whose minds are flying fast as any - too fast, even (my little brother's 6w7 ESFP best friend, for example).One thing that does bug me is what I call "the void silence" or "the unspoken thoughtlessness". When they stop speaking there is a unique sense of silence which when observed at the same time of their facial expression screams one thing to me: that their brains are barely operating and are struggling to generate enough ideas to even find something to say.