I cannot remember important facts about my own family medical history, but I have built a good part of my self-image around the results of a personality test I took in chemistry class at Crockett High School. According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, I am an ENFP. And according to one lifestyle website, if you are, too, and you’re not already here, you might want to buy a plane ticket.
A February article from Brit & Co. sought to help travelers decide which U.S. city they should visit based on their Meyers-Briggs personality type. ENFP — the “Campaigner” — is best suited for a trip to the capital city of Texas, according to Britt & Co.
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Both Austin and ENFPs are “witty, progressive, and straight-up quirky,” the list says. When an ENFP needs to indulge his or her emotional side — as we do, as we do — Britt & Co. suggests spots like the University of Texas at Austin campus, a coffee spot or Austin City Limits. If they’re talking about concert venue ACL Live at the Moody Theater, sure. If they’re talking about Austin City Limits Music Festival, well, I guess emotions often run high there.
ENFP — extraversion, intuition, feeling, perceiving — is a personality type described by 16personalities.com as a “true free spirit.”
If you’re looking to travel but want to keep it in-state, good news if you’re an ENTJ. Britt & Co. says Houston’s a great destination. Check out the full list.
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