Here’s How Much You Believe in Yourself, Based on Your Personality Type

Everyone struggles with believing in themselves at times, but others experience a greater feeling of self-doubt. Here is how much you believe in yourself, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs can have a hard time believing in themselves and their own abilities at times. Even though they are strongly intuitive and capable people they don’t always find it easy to trust in themselves. This is something they often struggle to overcome, and might feel a sense of self-doubt throughout their lives. INFJs simply put too much pressure on themselves, and rarely feel like they have been successful enough. They have such high expectations for themselves that it can be rather challenging for them to truly believe in themselves, even when they should. It often takes having someone the INFJ loves to believe in them for the INFJ to start to feel this way as well.

ENFJ

ENFJs are such focused people that they rarely stop to really focus on themselves. They strive to take care of their loved ones, and because of this they are perfectionists. The ENFJ wants to be sure to live up to their own high expectations, but this can rather challenging at times. They often appear to have a strong sense of confidence and belief in themselves, but deep down they can have a hard time truly having a sense of faith in their own actions. ENFJs want to be sure that they don’t appear weak to those around them and want to be the one that others can lean on for anything. This level of pressure can definitely make it difficult for the ENFJ to really believe in themselves.

INFP

INFPs have rather rich inner worlds and morals, but they have a hard time believe in themselves. They might struggle with this throughout their lives and have a hard time finding enough faith in their own abilities. INFPs simply put a lot of pressure on themselves, since they strive to be good people. For them it is important to make the right choices in life, and to always with live with a sense of purpose. INFPs are definitely hard on themselves, which makes it difficult for them to have faith in their own abilities. INFPs often need to spend time inside of themselves in order to develop this strong sense of confidence in their own abilities.

ENFP

ENFPs can be conflicted about having true faith in themselves and their abilities. There are many things the ENFP is confident in and often knows they can do rather well. The struggle is that ENFPs often want to be skilled at just about everything and this can cause them to put too much pressure on themselves. They might not believe in themselves as much as they let on to others, but simply do not want to let this be known. ENFPs can often put up a bravado so that others do not see their insecurities, since they don’t want to appear like they are complaining or being weak.

 

INTJ

INTJs often do believe in themselves and their abilities because they work so hard to improve themselves. INTJs are always focused on learning and growing, and dislike being ignorant in any situation. This desire to constantly learn and grow causes the INTJ to gain a sense of confidence in their own abilities. INTJS don’t believe in having self-doubt, instead they will find a way to improve anything they are unsure about. INTJs do believe in themselves, simply because they work hard to achieve anything they set their minds to.

ENTJ

ENTJs definitely believe in themselves, mostly because they work hard to get things done efficiently. ENTJs don’t give up on their goals, which helps them have a stronger belief in themselves and their abilities. When they feel a sense of doubt about something the ENTJ will simply research and find ways to become more knowledgeable. They don’t allow a sense of doubt to grow, instead they use it as an opportunity for growth and improvement. ENTJs don’t back down when things become difficult, instead they press on. This strength often helps the ENTJ believe in themselves no matter what.

INTP

INTPs are intelligent and intuitive people, but they can still struggle to believe in themselves at times. INTPs can often see the many different possibilities out there and rarely believe that they are living up to their full potential. They might experience a constant fear of missing out, and develop this feeling like they could always be doing better. While INTP can be confident in the things they know, they still have a hard time truly believing in themselves. This is something they often have to work through internally, in order to overcome this doubt.

ENTP

ENTPs often focus on improving themselves constantly, which helps them believe more in themselves and their abilities. While they can often experience a fear of missing out, it doesn’t seem to hold the ENTP back from experiencing new things. They are constantly trying to grow and learn, which helps them gain more self-confidence. ENTPs aren’t afraid of taking chances, and often use their intuitive abilities to help them navigate things. While they might struggle with believing in themselves at times, in most cases ENTPs can overcome this.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs are driven people which helps them believe in themselves and their abilities. They often hold the belief that just about anything can be achieved with hard work and intelligence. ISTJs will spend time researching and learning things before they attempt to tackle a new task. This helps them become prepared and also helps them have faith in themselves. Instead of simply jumping into things unaware the ISTJ wants to feel sure that they can handle whatever comes next.

ESTJ

ESTJs definitely believe in themselves and their abilities, mostly because they work hard to be efficient. ESTJs will research and learn about something before diving in, so that they can be sure to accomplish the task with a sense of skill and awareness. ESTJs often believe in themselves simply because they work hard in order to get things done. They know that if they push themselves hard enough that nothing can stand in their way, especially when they set their mind to something.

ISFJ

ISFJs are hardworking and compassionate people who simply want to please their loved ones. They are constantly trying to make a happy and peaceful home, and work hard to do this. ISFJs definitely put a lot of pressure on themselves, but they have a desire to achieve whatever goal they set out for. They can struggle to believe in themselves at times, especially when it comes to stepping outside of their comfort zones. They don’t like being pushed to do anything they aren’t prepared for, especially where their loved ones are concerned.

ESFJ

ESFJs are focused on caring for their loved ones but can often put too much pressure on themselves because of this. They might have feeling of self-doubt that creep in and cause the ESFJ to lack belief in themselves and their abilities. They often go through stages where they feel inadequate, and simply like they cannot get the job done properly. For the ESFJ it can be challenging to achieve a belief in themselves without the support and belief of their loved ones.

 

ISTP

ISTPs are often solitary people, who enjoy being able to live with a sense of freedom. They often do believe in themselves and their own abilities, since they are excellent problem solvers. ISTPs don’t like to live with self-doubt, instead they simply want to experience life to the fullest. They continue to learn and improve where they can, and enjoy being able to dive into something new. They do believe in themselves and their abilities, simply because they have no room for anything else in their lives.

ESTP

While ESTPs can appear rather confident on the outside, there are times when they doubt themselves. ESTPs don’t want others to see when they lack faith in themselves, instead they often put of a false bravado. For ESTPs though it can be challenging when they experience a sense of doubt, and might struggle to believe in themselves. They simply want to live up to their own expectations which can be difficult at times since they always see room for improvement.

ISFP

For the ISFP it is often easier to believe in themselves and their feelings than anything else. They know what they believe in and who they are, which gives them a sense of peace most of the time. Like anyone they can struggle with confidence in some things, but in most cases they allow their hearts to be their guide. This desire to follow their own internal belief system helps the ISFP have more faith in themselves and what they know to be true.

ESFP

While ESFPs often appear confident on the outside, they do experience times when they struggle to really believe in themselves. ESFPs however seem to always push through these feelings of doubt, and don’t want to let these fears hold them back. They want to live their lives to the fullest, with a sense of passion and excitement. The ESFP would rather dive into something new and exciting, rather than remaining stagnant in a sense of fear.