OK, I know we all have our days and our moments. But I was wondering if ENFPs are generally self-confident. I used to (and to an extent, still do) have the weirdest self-esteem in the world. At high school I was more bookish than sporty, which proved to be a bit hellish sometimes, but even then, I'd always take comfort in the fact that I was pretty damned good academically. Therefore, anyone giving me hell wasn't gonna be able to do it for long. I'm also hugely sarcastic and passionate, so anyone that does come forward will find that although I'm not a violent person at all, I will bite back if you exhaust my (admittedly very long and slow burning) fuse.
Over the years though, I really feel I have come into my own. I am happy with who I am, I honestly believe that no matter what happens, I'll be alright. At the moment, e.g. I am looking for a full time job as a barrister. Instead I'm volunteering and CV building for that very goal. Even if I fail to become a barrister full time though, I honestly feel I'll get a job and succeed irrespective. I've never been called arrogant, but I know that I can be very confident and a little cocky at times. I'm also very open, because I'm at peace with who I am, if that makes any sense. Does this type of confidence and quiet calm pervade over many ENFP lives (especially after years and years of introspection)??