8 sounds like me with the exception of the challenges part. I like to take the easy way if I can get the same resultsThis can't be stressed enough, but the differences between those types are staggering - you just don't seem to see the forest for the trees.
I think you need to stop trawling descriptions for surface characteristics (which are far more malleable than some seem to think) and start examining your own subconscious motives. Consider your natural response to situations, try to examine every little decision you make, even the ones you tend to make without realising it. A pattern will eventually emerge, hopefully along the lines of one of these:
1. Being deadly critical of oneself and others for not living up to lofty standards.
2. Creating an image of selflessness and giving.
3. Creating an image of confidence and achievement.
4. Creating an image of imperfection, frailty and uniqueness. Being deeply absorbed in emotion.
5. Hiding away from the world, watching and hoarding instead of participating.
6. Wearing your anxiety on your sleeve, seeking security but doubting everything.
7. Being optimistic and always looking on the bright side of life, constantly scanning for new opportunities to "escape" and keep things exciting.
8. Having an excessive lust for life, being strong and attacking challenges head-first.
9. Being agreeable and accommodating, under emphasising your own intentions for the sake of others.
Also remember, we aren't absolutely ruled by these patterns - we can break them any time we want. We're just not always aware of being in their grip. You need to identify those times you're caught up in a familiar pattern and try to uncover the underlying, unspoken motivations that cause it.