And I think it's not that uncommon." ― Angelina Jolie (an ESTP)Handling relationships can be one big task for some people, while for others, it comes easily to them. One of the 16 personality types under the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the ESTP. It's the personalities of two people that make them or break them. Understanding the personality of your partner or your own won't vanish away the problems magically, but certainly make you deal with them easily.There is no perfect type and in the same way there are no perfect matches.We can all learn to adapt and modify our behaviour if we choose and this section is therefore not designed to suggest particular specific matches but to demonstrate areas of similarity and difference so that a true understanding can happen and thus reduce the risk of misunderstandings.
ESTPs love the action and will jump into activities which interest them but can jump out just a swiftly when they lose interest.
While these two types may struggle, they may also balance each other out by being able to get things done and also foresee future issues.
The ENFP type prefers intuition to sensing (Using Extraverted Intuition).
One might imagine that with extraordinary abilities such as these, ESTPs must be very successful in their career or in their entrepreneurial pursuits.
But in reality, the ESTP’s tendency to get distracted often gets in the way, and, without proper follow up, some of their otherwise excellent projects fail.