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List of 56 Famous People with the ENFJ Personality

A list of 56 famous people with the ENFJ Myers-Briggs personality type. The ENFJ personality is one of the least common types within the population, making it the second rarest type among men. Some interesting facts about ENFJ’s types include their ability to be more likely to cope with stress by exercising and least likely to have trouble in school. ENFJ’s are typically among the highest job satisfaction rates and least likely to leave their jobs. Only 3% of the population are considered ENFJ’s, explaining this list of influential people who left their mark in history all the way to recent pop culture.

Abraham Lincoln
Abraham Maslow
Adam Young
Alfred Adler
Andy Griffith
Anna Sophia Robb
Barack Obama
Ben Affleck
Ben Stiller
Bob Saget
Carl Rogers
Charlie Rose
Dakota Fanning
Denzel Washington
Diane Sawyer
Dick Van Dyke
Dr. Drew
Elizabeth Dole
Elle Fanning
Emma Stone
Erich Fromm
Francois Mitterand
Helena Bonham Carter
James Lipton
Jennifer Lawrence
Joe Biden
Johann von Goethe
John Cusack
John Paul II
Johnny Depp
Joseph Goebbels
Kate Winslet
King David
Kirstie Alley
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Matthew McConaughey
Matthieu Ricard
Michael Jordan
Michael Moore
Mikhail Gorbachev
Morgan Freeman
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Nelson Mandela
Nigella Lawson
Oprah Winfrey
Ralph Nader
Randy Quaid
Reese Witherspoon
Ronald Reagan
Tommy Lee Jones
Tony Blair
Vaclav Havel
William Cullen Bryant
Yasser Arafat
Zack de la Rocha

A special thanks to CelebrityTypes.com for listing out some great famous ENFJs.

Infographic on The Benefits of Mentoring

This infographic outlines the benefits of mentoring and statistics on highest volunteer states. ENFJ’s typically enjoy organizing social events and have an interest in overall humanity. This makes this personality type ideal for mentoring others.

Benefits of Mentoring Youth

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