perhaps this could apply to other NFs as well, so feel free to post your thoughts too if you're part of the xNFx tribe!
Being older and wiser, what advice would you give to young ENFPs about life/love/relationships/work/family/etc? There are LOTS of moments when I wish I had an older brother or someone to turn to for advice, especially when there's a big decision to make. My biggest regrets, i find, were not from MAKING a decision, but from refraining from doing so because of family or peer pressure. Just wish somebody could've been there to say, "hey, don't worry about the consequences, it's no big deal. trust me."
At 24, if there's any piece of advice I could give to a younger ENFP with self-doubt and confidence issues it's to say:
The only way you'll ever know if you'll do well in something or love something is to just go ahead and do it. Especially if you're in HS/college/living at home.
I can say, from personal experiences, that even the WORST case scenario of pursuing something you like is always better than the BEST case scenario of NOT doing it. You feel braver, less anxious, more alive, and definitely more fulfilled just from trying.
now i'm 24, and wishing i could take my own advice now and follow my gut, but i don't know if this advice still applies to me, now that i have to find a paying job so that i can move out.