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    Default Video: ENFJ Overview (Grace)

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    The video makes me wonder how often ENFJs feel led to be the devil's advocate, if ever. ENFJs are incredibly powerful at influencing people in social scenes; they're amazing to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny-Love View Post
    The video makes me wonder how often ENFJs feel led to be the devil's advocate, if ever. ENFJs are incredibly powerful at influencing people in social scenes; they're amazing to watch.
    I very rarely do, and I don't enjoy doing it. I really dislike taking a stance on something I don't agree with. The only time I will is if I feel it's the best way to prove a point or illustrate something. In those cases, I will make it very clear what I am doing, and if I actually agree with what I am saying or not as I don't want to lead someone on or make them thinking I am doing something to annoy or provoke with intention.

    My friend group has recently taken to calling me "overseer" and "mom" as terms of endearment because of my tendancy to influence social scenes. Most of the time it's just automatic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I very rarely do, and I don't enjoy doing it. I really dislike taking a stance on something I don't agree with. The only time I will is if I feel it's the best way to prove a point or illustrate something. In those cases, I will make it very clear what I am doing, and if I actually agree with what I am saying or not as I don't want to lead someone on or make them thinking I am doing something to annoy or provoke with intention.

    My friend group has recently taken to calling me "overseer" and "mom" as terms of endearment because of my tendancy to influence social scenes. Most of the time it's just automatic.
    Yes, this is what my ENFJ does, he will make sure you know it isn't his feelings or opinion on the matter. I'm laughing at the "mom" tag, we always say my ENFJ is really parental too.
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    When I first heard the narrator of that video I thought it was David Cross and I thought I had walked into a sketch from Mr Show.

    PS: I love playing devil's advocate, it can really piss people off at times but that's most of the fun.
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    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
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    I already watched all the videos for types they had.

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