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Illustrations of Type – ESFJ

Illustrations of Type – ESFJ

By Donna Dunning

In my MBTI® Certification workshops participants respond to the instruction -“Describe your type using words, phrases, or pictures.” I find these visual representations of type preferences help illustrate individual differences.

Here is a photo of a response from an ESFJ group. This group uses a combination of words, letters, color and drawings to depict their preferences. Notice how they use the preference letters E, S, F, and J to organize their descriptions.

I enjoy the way they recorded the word “stressors”. There are lots of human figures in the illustration, which emphasizes the outgoing and harmonious orientation often seen in people who have ESFJ preferences. The words “run and do” work well to highlight the active, organized way ESFJs like to approach life and tasks.

This is the fourth ESFJ poster in the Illustrations of Type series.

You may also want to look at the first ESFJ illustration, second ESFJ illustration, and third ESFJ illustration.

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One Response to “Illustrations of Type – ESFJ”

  1. Keith Chevrier says:

    Great insight, especially the recognition of opposite. It is great to know our blueprint but also good to know the areas that we need to stretch ourselves (psyche).

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