Clark Kent/Ka-El/Superman: ENFP [DC Comics]
ENFPs are the most optimistic of types–not because they’re determined to see the positive, but because they focus on hopeful possibilities. Like ENTPs, they grasp patterns very quickly, but their interest in them is decidedly personal. They see people’s potential for loving, for learning, for making a difference, and they look for ways to nurture and encourage it. There is one reason ENFPs are so keenly aware of systematic injustice. They’re inclusivists of the first order, deeply concerned by standards or institutions that categorize people or limit their natural potential. If they have to make a decision, they want feedback from as broad a range of people as possible.
Introverted Feeling helps ENFPs take responsibility for the decisions they make, to accept the social consequences of their choices. It allows them to distinguish between an expedient choice, which circumvents others’ expectations, and an honorable one, which transcends them. Although ENFPs usually develop Introverted Feeling quite well, it takes them a while to recognize what it asks of them in way of personal accountability.
Strengths: Curious | Observant | Energetic and Enthusiastic | Excellent Communicators | Know How to Relax | Very Popular and Friendly
Weaknesses: Poor Practical Skills | Find it Difficult to Focus | Overthink Things | Get Stressed Easily | Highly Emotional | Independent to a Fault
Descriptions from Lenore Thomson and 16personalities.