Happy Thursday!

Oh, what a fun type ESFP’s are! They are the life of the party, attention seekers, light hearted, and fun people. People like to be around ESFP’s.

As you know, I am sending each of the 16 cars for the next 16 weeks (we are on 10 of 16) to help you learn about each type and see if you can identify friends and family like this so you can better understand them. Type is ALL about better understanding ourselves and others so we can live our best lives and have amazing relationships!!

So far we have covered all of the Introverted Types:

Extroverted Types:

You can go back and read the others if you missed them.

Today’s is ESFP – The Performer

Driver: Your best self


  • You seize the moment and become immersed in the here and now
  • You pleasurably and spontaneously interact with people, things and situations of interest
  • You’re good at turning “work” into play
  • You enjoy learning by doing (touch it, taste it, hear it, smell it, see it)
  • You enjoy sensory experiences
  • Details and data are the way that you take in information and process it
  • You are playful

Copilot: What the world sees of you, your second-best self


  • You are really sensitive
  • You’re aware of and cherish your own values, beliefs and sense of self
  • You are open to emotions and inner sensations
  • You are sensitive to others in an empathetic way
  • Authenticity is important to you
  • You seek harmony with others and harmony within
  • You have an experience deep internal feelings

Drunk Uncle in the Back Seat: Things you suck at and should NOT be doing


  • Forcing yourself to reach out to attach and interact with other living things
  • Trying to nurture relationships, connections or promote collaboration
  • Being involved in activities which require you to validate and value others
  • Activities where you must encourage, coach, educate or motivate
  • Things that require you to act in a protecting, helping and caretaking capacit
  • Being in situations that require you to seek harmony in interpersonal relationships
  • You need to have people in your life to help you see others’ feelings since this is an area you are going to struggle with

Baby in the Back Seat: Where you go under deep stress or when someone has hurt you


  • You retreat from the world
  • You go inward
  • You internalize your worry
  • Every little thing becomes a huge deal
  • If you have a fight with your spouse, you think you are getting a divorce
  • You start imagining every possible bad thing that can happen to you or your situation