ESFJ / Libra

Consul (ESFJ) - LIBRA

Who is a Consul (ESFJ)?

Consuls are individuals with the Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling and Judging personality traits. They tend to be friendly, supportive and empathetic people with great social skills. As genuine people persons, consuls are often described as natural caretakers who love to help others.

The Consul/Libra isn't one to discuss politics or debating scientific theories, since they are more interested in things such as fashion, their appearance, drama or social status. Practical matters and gossip are their bread and butter, but they try to use their powers for good. They're a very flirty and fun combination, loving attention and getting to know new people. The Consul/Libra is also very keen on doing things the right way. If it says in the instructions to do something, they are not one to skip a step or do it halfheartedly. This is also someone ready to do nearly anything to avoid conflict, keeping the peace whenever possible.

Social validation and a sense of belonging, hold a special level of importance for Consul/Libras. Romantic relationships provide people with the Consul/Libra combination with a really high level of support and devotion, and the feelings of security and stability that come with strong romantic relationships are extremely warming for them. Their charming personality and their dedication to each relationship makes their compatibility with others satisfying. If they feel like the support from their partner isn’t there, such as when their partners deliver criticism, they can feel extremely hurt. People with this combination dislike conflict and criticism, which can make it challenging to address any problems that come up. Nothing is more hurtful or depressing to them than to realize that their partners don’t respect their dreams or opinions.

The Consul/Libra is often a very popular individual, since they are a very social combination, who loves to meet new people and expand their social circle. They are highly social and put their friends in the limelight, but sometimes raise their expectation bars too high, and choose friendships that make them feel superior to the person standing in front of them. They love their friends more than anything but always want to feel as though they have the upper hand. This might lead to them unintentionally putting themselves on a pedestal and holding their friends down.

They can be loved leaders even though they sometimes lack the initiative needed to organize people who work for them, and will work hard to deserve privileges that come their way. In search of truth and justice, they can be good lawyers and judges. They will work well in a group, and can be convincing and gifted speakers. Consul/Libras are well-organized, enjoying bringing order and structure to their workplaces, and often work best in environments with clear, predictable hierarchies and tasks. Monotony and routine work are not a challenge for the Consul personality type, as they are happy to do what needs to be done.




Strong practical skills




Worried about their social status


Afraid of conflict