What Makes Each Personality Type Feel The Most Valuable

by Personality Growth

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What Makes Each Personality Type Feel The Most Valuable

We all want to feel valuable in one way or another, but we all want to feel this in our own unique ways. Here is what makes each personality type feel the most valuable in their lives.

 

INFJ

INFJs feel most valuable when they are doing something to help people or humanity as a whole. They want to make a difference in the world, whether it be on a small or large scale. INFJs feel most worthy of love when they are capable of helping others better themselves. They are extremely caring and compassionate individuals, and strive to do whatever they can to aid those around them. INFJs want to make a real difference in the world, they will be especially happy if they can do this on a larger scale. If they are doing something that really seems to improve the world around them, INFJs will feel valuable.

ENFJ

ENFJs feel valuable when they are helping others and doing what that can to make people happy. ENFJs will feel at their best when they are working hard and taking care of the needs of their loved ones. They want to be the person that everyone comes to, and enjoy feeling needed. They simply enjoy making people happy, and will be the ones to work hard to ensure this result. ENFJs feel the most valuable in their lives when they are making a difference in the lives of others.

INFP

INFPs feel the most valuable when they have people in their lives who appreciate who they are. INFPs strive to be good people, with warm and caring hearts. INFPs feel most valuable when they are making a real difference, especially if they have affected the people they love in a positive way. When others make it clear to the INFP that they value them, it will help them believe it as well. Knowing that the people around them appreciate their heart, will truly help the INFP feel happy in themselves. Being a good person who is capable of serving a greater purpose, is truly important for INFPs.

ENFP

ENFPs are enthusiastic individuals, who want who they are to be reflected well to others. It is important for other people to understand who the ENFP truly is. They will feel most valuable when the people closest to them accept every part of them and love them all the same. They want to be able to overcome the many challenges that life tosses at them, with a smile still on their face. ENFPs feel most valuable when their loved ones believe in them and admire who they are. They want to live their life to the fullest, regardless of the mistakes they might make in the process.

 

INTP

INTPs feel most valuable when they are capable of getting their point across to others. They often see the best paths to successful situations, but many people will not listen to their advice. If an INTP is surrounded by people who actually adhere to their advice and trust their opinions, they will feel very valuable. When they see these solutions coming to fruition it is a wonderful feeling for them. They actually do enjoy helping people and making a difference in the world somehow. When the INTP not only sees things that others cannot see, but also helps people implement better solutions to these problems, they will feel extremely valuable.

ENTP

ENTPs feel the most valuable when they are not being held back by anything. They want to be seen as intelligent people, who are very capable of doing things themselves. They are independent and gregarious people, with an enthusiasm for life. ENTPs feel valuable when the people around them respect their opinions and take their important advice seriously. They want to be sure that people trust their intelligence and will feel valuable when they are capable of proving themselves to others.

INTJ

INTJs feel most valuable when they are capable of accomplishing their goals. They want others to see them as independent and efficient individuals. The last thing an INTJ wants is for others to feel like they are not capable or aware of the world around them. They will feel valuable when they know they are doing their best and when they are fully equipped with knowledge and understanding. They want to be the person that others can come to when they need logical advice. They value being completely aware, and truly hate the idea of feeling ignorant in any situation.

ENTJ

ENTJs feel the most valuable when they are being as efficient as possible. They want to be the very best at whatever they do, and will strive to constantly be better. When an ENTJ is implementing the most efficient solutions in order to get something done, they will be very proud of themselves. If they are incapable of finding the best possible plan, then the ENTJ will become very disappointed in themselves. They base their own value on how hard they work and how efficiently they can get things done.

 

ISFJ

ISFJs feel the most valuable when they are capable of creating harmony in their environment. If they can make their loved ones happy and comfortable, then the ISFJ will be very pleased with themselves. They will often blame themselves if there is discord in their environment, and simply want to create peace in their surroundings. They want to provide for their loved ones and make them as happy as possible. ISFJs base their own internal value on how well they are keeping the people in their lives happy.

ESFJ

ESFJs feel the most valuable when they feel truly needed by their loved ones. They want to feel like the people around them sincerely appreciate the efforts they put into helping make them happy. ESFJs feel the most valuable when they are capable of making the people they love as happy as possible. When others are feeling depressed and the ESFJ cannot help them, they will definitely blame themselves for this. ESFJs simply want to feel appreciate and will feel valuable when they are capable of providing for their loved ones.

ISTJ

ISTJs feel the most valuable when they are working very hard to provide for others. They want to be seen as the most hardworking individuals at their job and at home as well. When an ISTJ is capable of accomplishing their goals, they will consider themselves valuable and productive. They are often skilled at providing practical solutions to problems, and work very hard to do so. If they fail at being efficient or getting things done, the ISTJ will often feel disappointed in themselves.

ESTJ

ESTJs value efficiency and will consider themselves the most valuable when they are the best at what they do. They often have a competitive nature, and will strive to be great at whatever they set out to do. They want to be seen the most efficient and hardworking people in their workplace and at home. When an ESTJ is getting high praise about their work and efficiency, they will feel very valuable. If they are not doing their best, they will often be very disappointed in themselves. The ESTJ will continue to push themselves into they are at the top of their game.

 

ISTP

ISTPs feel the most valuable when they are capable of being independent and getting things done. They want to be able to find solutions to problems, and enjoy being able to do this. When other people are incapable of fixing something and the ISTP can swoop in and do it themselves, they will definitely feel valuable. They enjoy being able to accomplish tasks that might be challenging for other people.

ESTP

ESTPs feel the most valuable when the people around them show admiration towards them. They want their loved ones to look up to them and cherish their accomplishments. ESTPs want to be seen as hardworking and intelligent people, they also want to be loved by the people closest to them. When others see them as having their life fully together, the ESTP will be very proud of themselves.

ISFP

ISFPs feel the most valuable when they are free to completely be themselves. They also want to make a difference in the world around them, whether that be on a small or large scale. If they are able to do something that helps another persons life be better, then they will be very happy. ISFPs enjoy being able to express themselves, and feel valuable when their loved ones appreciate this expression.

ESFP

ESFPs feel the most valuable when their loved ones enjoy being around them. They want to be the entertainer of their group and work hard to make others smile. ESFPs feel valuable when they are loved by the people around them and truly just want to be liked for who they are. If ESFPs are making everyone around them laugh and have a good time, they will feel very valuable.

 

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