Ok, I took the liberty of attempting to revise the list as I see it. Accurate/better, ENFP's? @LUBUS, would you agree with these?
1 Goals tend to be specific and driven by external problems which the ENFJ can help solve. Long range planner, with short and long term goals and steps to achieve them. Focused on interpersonal dynamics.
2 Views communication as a tool for interpersonal harmony. May say what they think the other person needs or wants to hear, driven by outcomes.
3 When looking for solutions sees the happiness and convenience of all involved as first priority, but may focus on the group at the expense of the individuals.
4 Sees social regulations and traditions as tools to use for the achievement of goals; likely will have own ideas of what they should be to achieve their view of social justice.
5 Uses assessment of long term consequences for people and outside consultation in the planning process and implements when a clear plan is achieved. Highly effective in unifying goals and visions into a workable outcome, adept at balancing many projects and goals at once.
6 *I have actually not found ENFJ's to be monogamous or focused. All three of the ENFJ's I've met have been rather promiscuous.*
In intimate relationships:
If monogamous: enjoys commitment, mutual devotion and each person meeting the needs of the other and enhancing their life.
If non-monogamous: enjoys balancing multiple relationships at once, short term encounters, flirtation, and the excitement of exploring different interaction patterns.
1 Goals tend to be more general and personally driven, motivated by a sense of inner harmony, adventure, productivity, and creating and maintaining personal connections with people. Project oriented.
2 Views communication as a mode for expression of inner states. Seeks to connect their inner state with that of another. Genuine and sensitive, but may simply trust that the other person's reaction is their own responsibility.
3 When looking for solutions focuses on practicality in outcome, but values each person seeking their own best interest in the problem solving process. Clever and ingenious in finding creative ideas.
4 Sees social regulations and traditions as summation of popular preference; as such feels free to follow own personal preference when appropriate. Believes in freedom and individual well-being.
5 Projects are personally driven; often works with others who have similar personally driven goals, projects, visions, and passions, to collectively achieve goals. Improvises and plans as she goes along, adept at adapting to change.
6. In relationships:
If monogamous: enjoys a deep soul connection. May be serially monogamous. Enjoys sharing novel experiences with a partner. Very devoted and loyal if connection is present.
If non-monogamous: enjoys the thrill of spontaneous encounters. Truly loves the person they are with, but equally loves adventure.