BTW, it surprised me to learn that ENFPs are commonly(?) affected by anxiety and prone to anxiety attacks. Damn Ne/Fi.
In theory, I want to get things done, but I realize I'm a P because the unscheduled day/week/month - it's like a beautiful blank canvas. And as soon as you start making plans and decisions, you reduce the infinity of possibilities until finally you are *gasp* stuck with something and it gets harder and harder to re/arrange one appointment once you get locked into a matrix of multiple appointments.
I know in theory as well this sounds kooky ^^ but I think this is one why my "P" manifests in a very visceral, every day kinda thing for me.
I need to be super, almost over and tightly scheduled or have a ton of things on my 'to do' list or else else my natural inertia (and extraversion?) causes me to drift and be very beach bum laissez faire and get NOTHING done.