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    Sara Crewe in A Little Princess

    btw I can not believe they have this taking up web space but

    How to Be Like Sara from a Little Princess - wikiHow
    for my life is slowed up by thought and the need to understand what I am living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Charlotte from "Charlotte's Web" is an ENFJ. Also just about every character Morgan Freeman has played is an ENFJ. You know that character, the principal/president/God character that says, "I'm in charge, but I still care."
    Are we talking the book or the movie? If Charlotte preferred E, she would have talked through possibilities more with Wilbur rather than thinking about how to save him and creating the web overnight without any brainstorming (Yeah, I know N is Introverted for ENFJs but still...) I've always cast her, from the book, as INTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    Are we talking the book or the movie? If Charlotte preferred E, she would have talked through possibilities more with Wilbur rather than thinking about how to save him and creating the web overnight without any brainstorming (Yeah, I know N is Introverted for ENFJs but still...) I've always cast her, from the book, as INTJ.
    Not sure about Charlotte being an ENFJ but if she were she wouldn't ness brainstorm with Wilbur. Why does everyone have this assumption that ENFJ's have to seek everyones approval before they embark on a course. I have to say I personally think things out in my head and do what I'm going to do..and in the few instances where I say..."I've planned to do this or that", and someone offers an opinion about why I shouldn't...that someone has to present a darn good reason that I haven't managed to come up with about why I should or shouldn't do what I've already planned or I go with my thoughts...the only time I'm down with brainstorming (and I'm NOT against it) is when it has to do with alot of people (work..my classroom...some family event, relationship issues/decisions) When it has to do with figuring out how to help myself or some (singular) person in need who's asked for my assistance (ie Wilbur) there is generally the brainstorming session that involves me, myself and I. "We three" make a plan...and voila...it is done!
    for my life is slowed up by thought and the need to understand what I am living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    Are we talking the book or the movie? If Charlotte preferred E, she would have talked through possibilities more with Wilbur rather than thinking about how to save him and creating the web overnight without any brainstorming (Yeah, I know N is Introverted for ENFJs but still...) I've always cast her, from the book, as INTJ.
    I haven't read the book, but in both the old cartoon movie and the recent one she's an ENFJ. NJ's usually don't consult other people when making plans unless its a ploy to rally support or something. All NJ's generally make the plan and then execute it with as little consultation as possible. The consensus building interaction style is often refered to as "Behind-The-Scenes" and it belongs to these types: INFP, INTP, ISFP, ISFJ. ENFJ's have the "In-Charge" interaction style. That means they try to accomplish their goal as quickly and efficiently as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlelostnf View Post
    Not sure about Charlotte being an ENFJ but if she were she wouldn't ness brainstorm with Wilbur. Why does everyone have this assumption that ENFJ's have to seek everyones approval before they embark on a course. I have to say I personally think things out in my head and do what I'm going to do..and in the few instances where I say..."I've planned to do this or that", and someone offers an opinion about why I shouldn't...that someone has to present a darn good reason that I haven't managed to come up with about why I should or shouldn't do what I've already planned or I go with my thoughts...the only time I'm down with brainstorming (and I'm NOT against it) is when it has to do with alot of people (work..my classroom...some family event, relationship issues/decisions) When it has to do with figuring out how to help myself or some (singular) person in need who's asked for my assistance (ie Wilbur) there is generally the brainstorming session that involves me, myself and I. "We three" make a plan...and voila...it is done!
    I didn't mean to infer that ENFJs converse to seek approval. Nor do they always need consensus--in fact, doggedness at carrying through their plans to conclusion is a hallmark (similar to INFJs like me--we call it the "Rottweiler effect...")

    But...my ENFJ close colleagues tell me that they often get their ideas in their alone time but then delight in sharing them. I never even thought of Charlotte as an F, much more INTJ with a problem to solve. For one thing, she doesn't seek extended conversations with Wilbur; I do find that conversations with ENFJs involve the relationship building that while enjoyable is more time-consuming than Charlotte's, well, brusqueness. T's offer help to people in need, too, and are especially good at creativity when the heat is on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    I didn't mean to infer that ENFJs converse to seek approval. Nor do they always need consensus--in fact, doggedness at carrying through their plans to conclusion is a hallmark (similar to INFJs like me--we call it the "Rottweiler effect...")

    But...my ENFJ close colleagues tell me that they often get their ideas in their alone time but then delight in sharing them. I never even thought of Charlotte as an F, much more INTJ with a problem to solve. For one thing, she doesn't seek extended conversations with Wilbur; I do find that conversations with ENFJs involve the relationship building that while enjoyable is more time-consuming than Charlotte's, well, brusqueness. T's offer help to people in need, too, and are especially good at creativity when the heat is on.
    Hmmm Charlotte took an interest in Wilbur...definately the interest was there more after she found he needed help..but before that she was def E in her dealings with him...if he'd left her alone she would have been fine but when he showed an interest she let him know only so much (privacy)...hmmm now that I'm really thinking about it..Charlotte really does seem ENFJ to me ha!
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    im not sure of the validity of the claim...but someone i know suggested that the character "Karen" from "the office" is an ENFJ possibly

    YouTube - The Office: Jim and Karen

    she interacts with Jim IXFP pretty well... ive also heard Pam typed as INFJ? (i did not do the typing!)

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    Lucinda from Oscar and Lucinda by Peter Carey seems like an ENFJ to me. Anyone else read it? Oscar is a definite INFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babylon Candle View Post
    im not sure of the validity of the claim...but someone i know suggested that the character "Karen" from "the office" is an ENFJ possibly

    YouTube - The Office: Jim and Karen

    she interacts with Jim IXFP pretty well... ive also heard Pam typed as INFJ? (i did not do the typing!)
    Pam ISFJ
    Jim ENTP
    Karen XNFJ

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    At first I though Tobias Funke from Arrested Development was an ENFP, but sometimes he feels like an ENFJ, though an oblivious one.
    Why do we always come here?

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