ENFPs would learn that you are not always great at everything, and that caution and planning often lead to better results than unbridled spirit. Spend lots of time with them. This can be bad for couples, "as they struggle with dating momentum. They'll smile, be a bright source of energy, and go along with just about anything. Notice the 'F' Feeling is common in all three and none of the three have a 'P' Perceiving for their last letter preference.
The extraverted part of their personality thrives in lively environments, especially those in a traditional setting like a local carnival or wedding. This is an all-round unhealthy feature in any relationship, but especially in one with an INTJ where ample space is a key prerequisite. Most ESFJs have a strong need to "belong" - whether it be to institutions or traditions, or family units. And while the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator can really help with self-evaluation, it can also assist you in learning other things , like who you're most compatible with.