Self-organization. It is difficult for ESFPs to act according to the plan, organize their activities, and keep up with the set deadlines. They are easily distracted and end up moving in several directions. As a result, they do not always finish what they started.
Strategic vision. It is difficult for Entertainers to plan for the future, set long-term goals, and work on them in a focused manner. ESFPs often find themselves carried away by the current moment and do not think about how their life will develop in 10 years.
Self-control. Entertainers react quickly to circumstances and are instantly involved in the situation. As a result of this, they lose focus and shallowly distribute their attention.
Self-motivation. ESFPs are focused on fun. If something does not bring pleasure, they become bored and give up this activity. They prefer to have fun and relax first, and only then get involved in the work.
The skill of working alone. ESFPs are great team players, but they get lost if they have to do the work alone and will find it boring. Nevertheless, this type of work is also important and necessary.
Ability to accept criticism. Any words of disapproval are like thunder in broad daylight to an ESFP. They need to learn to take criticism soberly in order to improve themselves and their work.
Learn to fulfill obligations and build strong relationships. Entertainers can be fickle in their choices. Wanting to get the most out of life, they often devalue their partner or do not fulfill promises, not wanting to be bound by them.