Understanding Entertainer Personality



Cognitive Functions

Based upon the Jungian personality theory, the test suggests that personality is composed of a number of different cognitive functions. These functions can be focused primarily outward (extraverted) or inward (introverted). Each of these functions relate to how people perceive the world and make decisions.

The dominant function is the most prominent aspect of personality, while the auxiliary function plays a supporting role. The tertiary function has a weaker influence, but can become more apparent when a person is under stress. The inferior function is primarily unconscious and is often a point of weakness.

Developing this aspect can help people form a more balanced personality.

Inferior: Extraverted Sensing

  • They prefer to focus on the here-and-now rather than thinking about the distant future. They also prefer learning about concrete facts rather than theoretical ideas.
  • They don’t spend a lot of time planning and organizing. Instead, they like to keep their options open.
  • When solving problems, they trust their instincts and put trust in their own abilities to come up with a solution. While they are reasonable and pragmatic, they dislike structure, order, and planning. Instead, they act spontaneously and do not spend a great deal of time coming up with a plan or schedule.

Inferior: Introverted Feeling

  • They place a greater emphasis personal feelings rather than logic and facts when making decisions.
  • People with this personality type have an internal system of values on which they base their decisions. They are very much aware of their own emotions and are empathetic towards others. They excel at putting themselves in another persons shoes, so to speak.

Inferior: Extraverted Thinking

  • This function is focused on enforcing order on the outside world. It is centered on productivity, logic, and results.
  • Because this tends to be a weaker aspect of personality, They may not always feel secure sharing their judgments, especially if they feel it will disrupt the harmony of the group.

Inferior: Introverted Intuition

  • While this is the least prominent aspect of personality, this function can help the ESFP spot patterns and make connections in things they have observed.
  • They are usually not particularly adept at using logic to sort through abstract concepts, but this sense can sometimes lead to flashes of insight and epiphanies about the themselves or the world.


In case of Personal Relationship

  • As extroverts, They enjoy spending time with other people and have excellent interpersonal skills. They are good at understanding how other people are feeling and are able to respond to other peoples emotions in productive ways.
  • For this reason, They can make good leaders and have a knack for mobilizing, motivating and persuading group members.
  • They are often described as warm, kind and thoughtful, making them popular and well-liked by others.
  • They enjoy meeting new people, but they also have a thirst for new experiences.
  • They are generally focused on the present and will often be the first person to try the newest ride at an amusement park or try out a new adventure sport.

Friendship Tips

  • They grow weary with the same old routines and are always ready for a new adventure.
  • In order to keep up with this personality type, you need to always be ready for new experiences - from exploring new places to meeting new people.
  • Keeping things interesting is important, but They love to have a reliable co-conspirator who is as ready for fun as they are.

Parental Tips

  • ESFP children are enthusiastic and energetic, which can be both fun and exhausting for parents.
  • You can help by providing plenty of outlets for this boundless energy.
  • Sports, hobbies, and outdoor adventures are all good sources of fun for ESFP kids.
  • While these kids are people-loving extroverts, they may need time alone to process their feelings when they are upset.
  • Be sure to give them some time before drawing them out to discuss their emotions.

Relationship Tips

  • They tend to be honest and forthright in relationships.
  • They dont play games and are warm and enthusiastic in romantic relationships.
  • One thing to remember is that They dislike conflict and tend to take any critical comments quite personally.
  • While it is important to be straightforward in your relationship with an ESFP, try to avoid being overly harsh or confrontational.

If they are into you

  • Expect some big gestures: fireworks, skywriting, horseback rides on the beach. But don’t be surprised if they show up late for nearly all your get-togethers.


  • Entertaining and Engaging
  • Loves to have FUN
  • Sensualist, loves beautiful things
  • Talkative
  • Highly enthusiastic about life
  • Practical and level headed
  • Friendly and popular
  • People oriented
  • Welcomes new experiences and environments


  • Optimistic and gregarious
  • Enjoys people and socializing
  • Focused on the present, spontaneous
  • Practical


  • Dislikes abstract theories
  • Becomes bored easily
  • Does not plan ahead
  • Impulsive

Favourable Hobby to be adopted

Interior decorating

We’re not necessarily talking about changing out your furniture for new furniture. Instead, rearrange the stuff you already have in the most interesting and creative way possible

Career Paths

  • With their strong dislike for routine, They do best in careers that involve a lot of variety.
  • Jobs that involve a great deal of socializing are also a great fit, allowing individuals with this personality type to put their considerable people skills to good use.
  • Careers that involve a great deal of structure and solitary work can be difficult for them, and they often become bored in such situations.

Popular Careers

  • Artist
  • Actor
  • Counselor
  • Social worker
  • Athletic coach
  • Child care provider
  • Musician
  • Psychologist
  • Human resources specialist
  • Fashion designer

Some Famous Personalities

  • Elvis Presley
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • Paul McCartney
  • Elizabeth Taylor