We ENFPs are a fun lot.
We are vivacious and outgoing, we’re idea people, we’re often the life of the party…and we’re highly susceptible to distraction.
As many of my ENFP sisters and I have learned over time and through maturation, there are a number of ways we harness our inherent characteristics for good and minimize the ones that can get us into trouble.
As a successful professional, I am pretty confident with my work persona that I’ve cultivated over the last 15 years. However, there are areas of my personal life that don’t get the same disciplined treatment. (Please don’t ever look in my closets, cupboards, or under my bed.)
About once every six months, I get on a healthy living kick. I learn about something new and I am SO PUMPED.
I buy new sports bras and leggings.
I download home workout planners from Pinterest.
I briefly consider buying something stupid like this:
I talk to my trainer about new things to focus on.
I set crazy goals.
I throw out all the crap in my fridge and then hit the Whole Foods.
I pin things like this assuming I’ll eat more veggies if they’re cute:
I’ll get on a roll until one day, I’m at a golf tournament and just five minutes after I’ve finished bragging to my foursome about my new fabulous ultra-healthy lifestyle, the stupid beverage cart girl comes around with world famous DoubleTree Hotel warm chocolate chip and walnut cookies.
And I’m all diet, what diet?!