(until ~2010) Creative (-Se fixation)
Interviews are useful for familiarizing yourself with the visual and temperamental aspects of different types. Notice Kesha’s facial expressions, eye movements, posture, mannerisms, speech patterns, and responses to others. Over time, you will recognize similar patterns in other ESFPs. Additionally, notice the differences that occured when she transitioned from Creative (older videos, bottom left and right) to Normalizing (newer videos, top video and bottom center) subtype.
Although not as immediately apparent as in interviews, a person’s type shines through in the work they create as well. Notice the aesthetic, themes, and approach Kesha uses in her music. What light can this shed on the mind of ESFPs in general? Again, notice the difference in subtype between her older and newer work, with “Tik Tok” released when she was fully Creative, “Die Young” being released during a transitional period, and “Praying” and “Woman” representing her once she was fully Normalizing.