Here’s How Overzealous You Can Be, Based on Your Personality Type

Some people have a tendency to get a bit excited and get ahead of themselves at times. They find themselves becoming a little more enthusiastic than people can handle, and this can be simply because they are overwhelmed with emotion. Here is how overzealous you can be, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs can actually appear rather reserved most of the time, especially around new people. While they can remain calm and seem internal with most of their feelings, INFJs do have an enthusiastic and occasionally overzealous side. For them it entirely depends on who they are with, and what is getting them excited. When the INFJ becomes invested in something or sees true hope for the future, these feelings can sometimes take over and cause them to become a little bit overzealous.

ENFJ

ENFJs can definitely be overzealous at times, especially when they are intensely invested in something. When they are charging forward and focusing on getting something done, their excitement can seem a bit overwhelming to others. ENFJs simply are passionate people who work hard to keep everything juggling at once. This energy can cause them to seem overzealous about certain things, like events, vacations or even someone they care about.

INFP

INFPs usually appear a bit shy in front of new people, but that is simply because they are taking everything in. When they are around people they trust and actually like, their true personalities emerge. INFPs can be enthusiastic and energetic people, with a serious quirky side. At times they can become a little bit overzealous, often when they are truly passionate about something. They become excited when there is something new that can draw them in, and this can seem a little overzealous at times.

ENFP

ENFPs definitely have an overzealous side to them on occasion, simply because they are such enthusiastic and highly passionate people. They live with strong emotions and constantly strive to make life exciting and entertaining. They can become bored if they are still for too long, and need to find something to enrich and excite their lives in new ways. ENFPs simply become overzealous sometimes because their passions and intensity can be overwhelming for some.

 

INTJ

INTJs don’t usually like to become overzealous about most things, instead they try to leave their emotions out of it entirely. Instead of allowing their excitement to take over, INTJs want to process things and really think them through. They don’t want to allow their sense of eagerness to cause them to make errors in judgement, so they often avoid become overzealous about most things. INTJs simply want to be sure to approach things from an educated and logical standpoint.

ENTJ

ENTJs definitely try to avoid becoming overzealous about things, since they want to use their mind instead of their emotions. ENTJs realize that becoming emotional and overzealous, can lead to them jumping into things without actually thinking them through. While they do become excited about things, they want to be able to process all of the information before moving forward and potentially making any major mistakes.

INTP

INTPs try not to become overzealous about things, but sometimes they can feel this way internally. They rarely show their emotions outwardly, so most people won’t realize what is going on inside of them. INTPs can become eager and excited about certain new ideas of projects, allowing their attachments to get the better of them. They might become a little bit overzealous if they are excited about a project or idea, and will want to become completely immersed in it. This often only lasts for a short time though, since INTPs eventually allow their logical minds to take charge and temper their own excitement.

ENTP

ENTPs can definitely become overzealous at times, become excited about something new. Sometimes new projects or ideas can cause the ENTP to become eager and enthusiastic in ways that can appear rather intense to others. Their minds are often running so fast through so many ideas, that it can become challenging for them to really contain it. Their intensity can definitely appear overzealous at times, but they are good at finding ways to reign it in when needed.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs don’t often become overzealous and are often more reserved with their emotions and expressions. They are more likely to contain their enthusiasm, in order to observe the situation from a more logical view. They want to approach things with facts and evidence, instead of allowing their emotions to take control. They don’t become overzealous about most things, and often can appear a bit bored with some tasks and situations. This isn’t something that bothers them though, as ISTJs enjoy being able to focus on things they know and understand.

ESTJ

ESTJs try not to allow their emotions to control them, and so they rarely seem overzealous about things. They do have moments where they can seem a bit aggressive and more intense than they need to be. When the ESTJ is trying to get something done they might occasionally appear overzealous, but this is often done intentionally in order to motivate the people around them. They think things through and if they appear a bit overzealous, it is simply because they believe it is the best way to get people moving.

ISFJ

ISFJs rarely express themselves in an overzealous manner, instead they can appear a bit reserved to most people. While they do seem this way most of the time, they certainly have a passionate and quirky side that they hide from most people. ISFJs simply don’t feel the need to show every part of themselves to the world, and keep some traits themselves. They can become overzealous about the things that inspire their passions the most, and become even a tad obsessive.

ESFJ

ESFJs are passionate people and sometimes this can make them appear a bit overzealous. When they are focusing on getting something done or planning for something special, their energy can seem a bit over the top. They try not to do anything that might turn others away from them, but there are moments when their overzealous side can come out. They can often go from being completely calm and in their own thoughts, to extremely eager about something.

 

ISTP

ISTPs really aren’t overzealous people, and are more likely to appear reserved. They keep to themselves most of the time and don’t find it easy to express their thoughts or feelings often. ISTPs focus on facts and logic, and so they prefer not to allow their emotions to take control. They don’t want to appear overzealous most of the time and would much rather focus on things they can prove and approach in a calm manner.

ESTP

ESTPs do have moments where they can become overzealous, allowing their excitement to get the better of them. They become eager about new things that spark their passions and sometimes this can cause them to appear overzealous. They simply don’t contain these feelings and thoughts easily, and want to find ways to jump right into these exciting new projects and hobbies.

ISFP

ISFPs don’t often appear overzealous, since they can keep to themselves most of the time. They have strong inner emotions, but they can process these feelings without becoming overwhelmed. While ISFPs do have these deep emotions and inner morals, that does not cause them to become overzealous about most things. They do have moments where their passion for something can take hold, and they might appear overzealous to people who do not understand them.

ESFP

ESFPs can definitely seem overzealous at times, since they are such passionate and adventurous people. They allow their emotions to guide them and live very much in the present moment. This sense of excitement can cause them to seem overzealous, especially when they are excited about something new. ESFPs simply want to live with passion and don’t allow themselves to be contained by fear. They rarely focus on people who might be judging them, they simply want to focus on the positive.

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