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

Having a lively and positive attitude is something that comes naturally for some, but is challenging for others. Here is how peppy you can be, based on your personality type.

 

INFJ

INFJs aren’t often seen as peppy people, since they can often be so inside of their own minds. They can become so distracted by their internal thoughts, that INFJs don’t really seem all that peppy on the outside. They can sometimes appear to have a negative expression to everyone watching them, simply because they are so pensive. INFJs can be peppy and bright when they are around the right people, the ones who bring out this side of them and make them feel excited and passionate.

ENFJ

ENFJs can be surprisingly peppy in the right situation, especially around the right people. They like being able to bring positivity to their surroundings, since they enjoy making others smile. If the ENFJ needs to be peppy or lively in order to inspire the people around them to join in, they will certainly do this. ENFJs might not always feel like being peppy, but they don’t like bringing others down. They try to remain positive so that they can continue to help and inspire their loved ones.

INFP

INFPs are complex people, who can be both sarcastic and peppy at the same time. INFPs express themselves based on their truest emotions, and don’t like holding themselves back. If they are feeling a bit down and don’t want to feel peppy, they won’t pretend. On the other hand if the INFP is feeling energized around someone they love, they won’t be afraid to express their lively and peppy side.

ENFP

ENFPs can definitely be peppy when they are inspired to behave this way. They are deeply complex people who follow their hearts and allow their emotions to control them sometimes. When they are excited or passionate about something they can certainly appear peppy. ENFPs aren’t afraid of being positive or happy when the mood strikes them, they simply don’t want to be insincere about what they are feeling.

 

INTJ

INTJs aren’t usually seen as peppy people, and often can be seen as a bit frighteningly intense to some. They are this way because they have such active inner minds that their thoughts become trapped inside. The INTJ will be running over so many different thoughts and ideas, and they won’t exactly be focused on the outside world. This can make them appear a bit distracted, and much less peppy from the outside. Even if the INTJ is feeling excited or happy, it might not always show to others.

ENTJ

ENTJs don’t often seem peppy on the outside, simply because they are focused and driven people. They can appear rather intense most of the time, especially since their minds are constantly trying to figure things out. When they do get around the right people the ENTJ can appear peppy and positive, especially when they feel inspired.

INTP

INTPs can appear intense from the outside, like they are almost angry in some situation. This is simply because they have such active inner minds and they often find it challenging to really focus on the outside world. INTPs aren’t always good at expressing their emotions, even when they are feeling overwhelmed with joy. They just aren’t peppy people, and don’t really express themselves in a way that easily translates to others.

ENTP

ENTPs can sometimes be peppy, depending on their current mood. They are expressive and energetic people, who enjoy being able to experience everything in life. When the ENTP is feeling inspired and excited about something they can certainly bring out the pep in others. Most of the time ENTPs are simply passionate and charming people, who enjoy being themselves and seeking out new things to explore.

 

ISTJ

ISTJs aren’t really peppy people, and are more interested in getting things done than being overly positive. ISTJs can be seen as serious when they are focused on something, but that doesn’t mean they are opposed to fun. They simply aren’t often peppy people, and prefer to be themselves. ISTJs don’t express their emotions easily, which is why even when they are happy they rarely seem peppy.

ESTJ

ESTJs just aren’t often peppy people, unless they feel like they have to be. Most of the time they are more interested in getting things done and being as efficient as they possibly can. ESTJs are driven and hardworking and always ready to take care of business. While they do enjoy being positive when the mood strikes them, being peppy really isn’t something that comes naturally for them.

ISFJ

ISFJs are definitely capable of being peppy when they are feeling excited about something. ISFJs care about bringing up the mood and want to make their loved ones happy. If they feel like they need to be peppy in order to make others feel positive and in the right mindset, the ISFJ will be more than capable of doing this. They simply want to create a sense of peace and harmony for their loved ones and will often do whatever it takes.

ESFJ

ESFJs can sometimes be peppy people, especially when they are excited about something. They like to be positive and don’t want to drag others down if they are upset about something. If their loved ones are unhappy or upset about something the ESFJ will likely be peppy and try to make them feel better. They are capable of inspiring others and making them feel excited about something, especially since they believe in doing their best to make others happy.

 

ISTP

ISTPs aren’t often seen as peppy, often because they simply aren’t outwardly expressive people. They aren’t the most emotional individuals and often have a hard time showing how they feel to others. If the ISTP is excited about something they will do their best to show it, but it will rarely be in a peppy manner. They simply are more sarcastic than peppy, even when they are happy.

ESTP

ESTPs aren’t really peppy people, even when they are excited about something. They do enjoy living in the moment and can be very passionate people, they simply aren’t the peppy type. ESTPs can show their excited and their intensity, but they often line this with sarcasm and a great sense of humor. ESTPs enjoy seeking out new things with their loved ones, just not in a peppy way.

ISFP

ISFPs can definitely be peppy if they are feeling positive and inspired. They are passionate people who believe in expressing their emotions instead of burying them. When they are positive and in a good mood, the ISFP will definitely be seen as peppy. For them it all depends on their current mood and what they are feeling inside.

ESFP

ESFPs can be extremely peppy people, especially since they believe in keeping positive. They don’t like allowing negativity to take them over, instead they want to focus on the things that make them happy. They enjoy being around their loved ones and want to feel inspired to dive into the things that inspire their passions and bring out their true self.

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