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    Whisky Old & Women Young Speed Gavroche's Avatar
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    Default ESFP/Enneagram correlations?

    This thread is about to figure out the ESFP/Enneagram correlations.

    My thoughts:

    The most current: The 7
    Current: 2w3, 3, 4w3, 6w7
    Quite current:2w1, 8, 9w8
    Quite rare: 4w5, 6w5, 9w1
    Rare: 1, 5

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    I agree, though I suspect ESFPs are overwhelmingly 7. Somehow though, 8 seems more fitting for ESFPs than 2, to me. Not sure why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Somehow though, 8 seems more fitting for ESFPs than 2, to me. Not sure why.
    Probably because of the dominant Se associated with excess and tertiary Te associated with control.

    Actually, I think the 2w3 is really current and the 2w1 not that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Probably because of the dominant Se associated with excess and tertiary Te associated with control.
    Yep. I'd say balanced ESFPs would be very brash and take-charge personalities -- more reminiscent of ENTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I agree, though I suspect ESFPs are overwhelmingly 7..
    I'm not so sure... MBTI descriptions of the ESFP type are of a 7 ESFP, like every EP types actually, but that can be an overgeneralisation wich lead non-7 ESFP to mistype them and/or be mityped by peoples. A ESFP 2 can mistype him as an ESFJ, an ESFP 4w3 as an ISFP or ENFP, an ESFP 8 as an ESTP, ESTJ or even ENTJ, etc.

    Most part of ESFP I've met are ESFP though, next 2. I know one or two 9 also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I'm not so sure... MBTI descriptions of the ESFP type are of a 7 ESFP, like every EP types actually, but that can be an overgeneralisation wich lead non-7 ESFP to mistype them and/or be mityped by peoples.
    True, but Se and Ne are strongly 7-leaning functions, and 7 is indeed a statistically very common enneatype among all ExxPs (though much moreso ESPs than ENPs).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Yep. I'd say balanced ESFPs would be very brash and take-charge personalities -- more reminiscent of ENTJ.
    BINGO.

    A very good friend of mine is an ESFP, 7w8.

    He is indeed balanced, and of a healthy mindset, but is about as harsh and take charge as you can get.

    There are many similarities between he and I. The differences though are clear as day.

    I make decisions quickly, but am more prone to think things through before acting; he will act more quickly, ala take a read on how he feels about something, and pull the trigger as to what to do almost immediately.

    Also, if he is having a bad day, everyone will know about it, just by his overall demeanor, thundering around, tone of voice, facial expressions, etc., whereas I am a bit more reserved than that.

    We're both wild, crazy, energetic, outgoing, athletic, etc. But those are the major differences I've seen between ESTP/7w8 vs. ESFP/7w8 males.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    I make decisions quickly, but am more prone to think things through before acting; he will act more quickly, ala take a read on how he feels about something, and pull the trigger as to what to do almost immediately.
    Definite Se Fi Te at work. Read the situation (Se), decide how you'd like it to be (Fi), and then take command and make that happen (Te).
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    Yes I would definitely say that 8 ESFPs should be fairly common, particularly 7w8 and 8w7. Very extroverted ESFPs would kind of rely a lot on their tert Te, thus being Se/Te, and this is very fitting for egram 8.

    ENTJs and egram 8 correspond so well for the same reason, but slightly different. Very extroverted ENTJs are Te/Se, just as ESFPs are Se/Te.

    I think the overwhelmingly most common egram for ESFP would be 7, with maybe a slight lean towards 7w8. After that would be 4w3. Then after that I think probably 3wX and 8w7. The rarest ESFP egrams would probably be 5 and 1 (the types that 7 integrates and disintegrates into, respectively).

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    Quote Originally Posted by teslashock View Post
    I think the overwhelmingly most common egram for ESFP would be 7, with maybe a slight lean towards 7w8.
    Why slight? How many ESFPs care about their own security?

    I wouldn't be surprised if half or more of ESFPs were 7w8.
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