Consider the cognitive functions of an ESFP: Se, Fi, Te, Ni
As they relate to you:
- Se is about the concrete external world of here and now - check.
- Fi is a rational function that places internal values above logic - you decide although you don't display the self-righteous indignation of most Fi-users (Fi-user defined as any individual who has Fi in their four primary functions).
- Te is a rational function that NEEDS to organise the external world - from where I sit as a Te-dom, I don't see Te in you at all and usually, it's evident as an extroverting function. You're not controlling in any way.
- Ni is an irrational, introverted function which can sometimes be seen through behaviour but not always, whereby it synthesizes information, looking for patterns and symbolic meanings within data sets, etc. - can't tell, you decide.