While they genuinely enjoy material comforts, being admired by others is even more important to ESFPs.There is a difference between wanting to be admired and a desire for other people’s approval, however.ESFPs are all about living in the moment and enjoying life to the fullest.
INTJs may be able to impart some structure and discipline in the ESFP’s life but they may not be able to find common ground on an intellectual level.
Another interesting characteristic of ESFPs is that they insist on focusing on positive and may sometimes even deny any negative information, even when it’s obvious ( As other extroverted sensors, ESFPs focus on the here and now.
Because they are only sure of what they can see and feel today, many ESFPs develop a questionable approach to life: “Play now, pay later” ( Loving ESFPs The ESFP’s primary social interests lie in lifting others’ spirits and entertaining them; basically, they want to charm everyone around them.
While the ESFP wants to be admired, he or she doesn’t necessarily needs or wants others’ approval.
Another possible point of conflict is that ESFPs aren’t particularly hard workers, and although they enjoy spending and showing off, working and earning may seem bothersome.