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    Is it possible to get something other than "Insightfulness?"


    What are the other dimensions? Anyone pay for the full report?

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    Insightfulness 90

    Wow... not bad. I'm surprised.

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    98?! But I said that I was completely inept at discussing emotional issues!

    I suppose I talk for a living, but still.... I've decided that the test must be inaccurate to give me that high of a score!

    oh... and insightfulness was my skill, just like everyone else
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    90... Not sure about the accuracy of this thing either lol

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    91


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    Oh my. 53

    Your results indicate that you sometimes have difficulty interpreting other people’s words and actions and seeing things from their perspective. This may occasionally result in misunderstandings. Remember that insight is an essential part of good interpersonal skills; being able to place yourself in other people’s shoes and sense what they feel allows you to better understand them. With a little insight, you’ll be able to tell if someone doesn’t understand what you’re saying or if they’re uncomfortable about a certain topic and therefore, adjust your behavior accordingly. Although you can generally sense what others are feeling and thinking relatively well, there is some room for improvement. There may be times when you pay more attention to the message you’re sending rather than how it’s received. With some time and experience, you’ll likely be able to improve your insight even more.
    *shrug* That's probably fairly accurate. I am improving but it's not easy or natural for me. eg at work I've learnt how to calm down people who are upset or angry and get them to see things from other points of view, but that's only been in the past 6 months or so. I'm also very aware of deficits in my communication skills, so it's possible I answered a few questions more negatively because of that.
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Insightfullness 92
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    Insightfulness
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    Your results indicate that you are extremely adept at interpreting other people’s words and actions and seeing things from their perspective, which likely results in very few misunderstandings. You seem to realize that empathy is an essential part of good interpersonal skills and therefore, will do your best to place yourself in other people’s shoes in order to better understand them. You can generally get a good sense of what others are thinking and will likely adjust yourself accordingly if the people you’re conversing with seem confused or perhaps uncomfortable. Good job!

    Wow! I thought I was being honest and even answered several questions negatively (about being good at telling people if I'm upset, angry, confronting people etc.) I must have managed to haxx0r the test somehow.
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    66...Same description as tovlo.
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