I have a question. But before the question, I'd like to say something about myself. Through my, admittedly sparse, research and reading I've seen a lot of things saying that we ENFP's are really good at starting projects (those projects being work, hobby, relationships, w/e) and that we have a tendency to not carry through so well if we get bogged down in procedures, processes, rudimentary work, yadayada. In my experience, that's definately me. However, I've seen little to nothing about another ... I guess "talent"? ... yea, we'll go with talent: I can concentrate VERY well on most things that I deem important or necessary. I can be scarily efficient and productive with work and school. It can be with a myriad of activities or a person. I find that it's never directed at different people though: the girl on my mind is not lightly dethroned. This concentration I'm talking about though, is not just regular stuff. Nuh-uh. It's like everything else in the world might as well have evaporated. The object of my focus is my world. Often I can have someone in my face talking to me and be oblivious to what they said - pulling my attention away and toward them is like being pulled out of a very deep and satisfying sleep.
My question: (I'm assuming varying strengths of said trait) Is this an enfp thing, as in, is this an often shared trait and if so, in what ways have you found this enhances and/or detracts from your life experiences.