Business Personality

ESFJ - The Harmonious Helpers: Your Personality + Starting a Business

You know the nurturing aura of Mrs. Weasley in Harry Potter? That’s an ESFJ for you. They’re the glue in a disjointed world, always there with a comforting word or a hot cup of cocoa on a cold, dreary day.

Major Traits for Life:

  • Supportive and reliable
  • Strong sense of duty
  • Warm-hearted and friendly
  • Organized with a knack for multitasking

Major Dominant Traits for Entrepreneurship:

  • Exceptional people skills
  • Ability to create a positive, harmonious work environment
  • Strong organizational and administrative skills
  • Tendency to uphold traditions and maintain high standards

Best at: Building bridges and mending fences in a fractured world.

Friendly Advice and Insights:

Dear ESFJs, your ability to create harmony and build strong relationships is a superpower in the often tumultuous world of entrepreneurship. You’re the ones who can transform a group of individuals into a close-knit team. However, in your quest to maintain harmony, don’t shy away from necessary confrontations or overlook the need for change. Balance is key, and sometimes addressing the discord is the pathway to a stronger harmony.

In your entrepreneurial journey, your people-centric approach is a solid foundation for building a loyal customer base and a motivated team. Yet, remember that not all decisions will please everyone, and that’s okay. It’s essential to also focus on the broader vision and sometimes make tough calls for the greater good of your venture. Being open to constructive criticism and different viewpoints can pave the way for growth and learning.

Lastly, amidst taking care of others, don’t forget to take care of yourself. It's easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of responsibilities and others' expectations. Ensure to carve out time for self-reflection, relaxation, and pursuing activities that rejuvenate your spirit. Your warmth is a beacon in the business world; make sure to keep the flame burning bright by nurturing your own well-being too.



Anmol Ratan Sachdeva

Anmol writes to help early-stage startups, businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs build, improve and grow their ventures.