T and F are rational.
S and N are irrational.
If your dominant function is T or F, you need S or N to balance it.
And if your dominant function is S or N, you need T or F to balance it.
Maybe that's why it would seem like Te would be a good balance for the ENFPs dominant Ne---but wait a second.....
You want to be balanced on introversion/extraversion as well, don't you?
So, if your dominant function is introverted, you need the balancing influence of a secondary function that's extraverted.
And if your dominant function is extraverted, you need the balancing influence of a secondary function that's introverted.
It's true that you will develop your inferior functions as go though life, because you will be faced with situations which force you to use them.
But in order to function with maximum efficiency and integrity, you will need to rely most heavily on a union between your dominant and secondary functions.
It's too tempting to stay in extraverted mode all the time if you're an extravert, and in introverted mode all the time if youre an introvert.
A conscious effort to develop introversion is critical for extraverts.
And a conscious effort to develop extraversion is critical for introverts.
And any attempt to develop your inferior functions to the level of your dominant and secondary will fail.
Even if you could do it, you would just lack integrity, and be "all over the place."
When under stress, you may temporarily alleviate anxiety by relying on your tertiary function, but you'll "lose yourself" in the process.
Again---I'm not saying this is the Gospel Truth, but it is actually based on what I've learned from some tangible sources, and it makes sense to me.
I'm just providing information.
But you can always take it or leave it.
In the end, it's all up to you. Best of luck.