And INFJ’s feeling side is focused outward — they make decisions based primarily on how it will affect other people with a focus on maintaining harmony.An ENFP’s feeling is introverted — they check to see if a decision lines up with their core values with a focus on being authentic.This is the co-pilot process for both types, which means it’s the mental process that is second-most developed and that it’s essential for personal growth.
Instead, we’re going to talk about why ENFPs and INFJs have a reputation in Myers-Briggs circles for getting along so well.
Thinking is their tertiary function, which is less well developed but still accessible.
And Sensing is their inferior function, which they have poor access to and which often shows up under stress. Extroverted intuition is very much about exploring the outer world and putting the pieces together.
They can balance each other out quite well while also helping each other grow.
Exactly what role the tertiary function plays is up for debate.