I was inspired by this thread ENFP- Ne Reading Into Things
I feel that perhaps based on early conditions or further natural preferences ENFPs can have a more or less social approach to their people-loving.
Assuming we have Ne right away, the statements about needing to gather info and the correlating accuracy are pretty dead on: we have to do some catching up/work to figure out why it's there for us and to get it operating to its full potential.
Ideally in my ENFP world all decisions would be made with 50% feeling, 50% known information. Considering further, you have to be able to pick out the useful half of info/feelings out of the total available and therefore it's best to have the full 100% on hand for reference and reassurance. (Motivation for constant bettering!)
The focus for improvement depends if you have a more developed tangible or abstract side (think social politics vs nature). Note that these are still humanistic categories that just lean to one side or the other. I love them equally but I do have an innate lust for the mysterious EVERYWHERE (it's cute, when I was young I loathed high fantasy and found it stubbornly improbable... now I'm all about anything being possible ). I think it has something to do with how comfortable or skilled you are at logically describing your Fi, and in which context mostly. Do you relate your feelings to those that other people have or what other sentient things possess? Also how well you can apply it to what's relevant?
Do you read others dominantly from the inside out or outside-in?
All this being said, I make sure to do my homework before making more time to meditate. The latter is easier for me, so addressing the former is more beneficial.
Perhaps the enneagram works well for analyzing this further!
Please share your view