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  • Adventurous

    9 5.96%
  • Agressive

    5 3.31%
  • Artistic

    10 6.62%
  • Conscientious

    20 13.25%
  • Devoted

    8 5.30%
  • Dramatic

    15 9.93%
  • Idiosyncratic

    49 32.45%
  • Inventive

    13 8.61%
  • Leisurely

    33 21.85%
  • Mercurial

    19 12.58%
  • Self-Confident

    10 6.62%
  • Self-Sacrificing

    10 6.62%
  • Sensitive

    27 17.88%
  • Serious

    12 7.95%
  • Solitary

    34 22.52%
  • Vigilant

    37 24.50%
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  1. #151

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    Your Personality Profile Type(s): Self - Confident,Leisurely

    Self-Confident

    (Self)

    One of two most goal driven styles (other is aggressive), leaders, shining lights, attention-getters, adds go-getting power to other styles, political.


    Leisurely
    (Self)

    Free to be me, happiness is what their life is all about, can find pleasure from almost any source.

    Type Percent
    Self - Confident 89%
    Leisurely 89%
    Adventurous 82%
    Mercurial 75%
    Dramatic 75%
    Aggressive 75%
    Idiosyncratic 67%
    Self - Sacrificing 63%
    Vigilant 57%
    Solitary 29%
    Sensitive 29%
    Devoted 22%
    Concientous 22%

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    Vigilant
    (Relationships)

    Possess an exceptional awareness of their environment, Survivors, antennae, Naturally assume role of social critic/watchdog.

    Autonomy: Vigilant-Style individuals possess a resilient independence. They keep their own counsel, they require no outside reassurance or advice, theymake decisions easily, and they can take care of themselves.
    Caution: They are careful in their dealings with others, preferring to size up a person before entering into a relationship.
    Perceptiveness: They are good listeners, with an ear for subtlety, tone and multiple levels of communication.
    Self-defense: Individuals with Vigilant style are feisty and do not hesitate to stand up for themselves, especially when they are under attack.
    Alertness to criticism: They take criticism very seriously, without becoming intimidated.
    Fidelity: They place a high premium on fidelity and loyalty. They work hard to earn it, and they never take it for granted.

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    Idiosyncratic

    (Self, Real World)
    Not like anyone else. Dreamers, seekers of the spirit, visionaries, mystics. True originals and they stand out.

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    Type Percent
    Vigilant 50%
    Solitary 57%
    Idiosyncratic 78%
    Adventurous 36%
    Mercurial 63%
    Dramatic 50%
    Self - Confident 67%
    Sensitive 50%
    Devoted 22%
    Concientous 61%
    Leisurely 72%
    Aggressive 38%
    Self - Sacrificing 44%

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    i was hoping this had something to do with todd oldham.



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    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
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    How the hell is self-confidence so high? I'm pretty sure I answered no to those kinds of questions. Sensitive should probably be higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by October Rust View Post




    How the hell is self-confidence so high? I'm pretty sure I answered no to those kinds of questions. Sensitive should probably be higher.
    Don't worry, when I did it I got Sensitive which should be at the bottom. I also got a low Aggressive score which I'm highest on. It's a rubbish test.

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    Conscientious
    (Work)

    Work ethic, get the job done and done right, strong morals and values, loyal, perfectionist.

    Hard work: The Conscientious person is dedicated to work, works very hard, and is capable of intense, single-minded effort.
    The right thing: To be Conscientious is to be a person of conscience. These are men and women of strong moral principles and values. Opinions and beliefs onany subject are rarely held lightly. Conscientious individuals want to do the right thing.
    The right way: Everything must be done "right," and the Conscientious person has a clear understanding of what that means, from the correct way to balance the checkbook, to the best strategy to achieve the boas's objectives, to how to fit every single dirty dish into the dishwasher.
    Perfectionism: The Conscientious person likes all tasks and projects to be complete to the final detail, without even minor flaws.
    Love of detail: Conscientious men and women take seriously all the steps of any project. No detail is too small for Conscientious consideration.
    Order: Conscientious people like the appearance of orderliness and tidiness. They are good organizers, catalogers, and list makers, and they appreciate schedules and routines.
    Pragmatism: Conscientious types approach the world and other people from a practical, no-nonsense point of view, They roll up their sleeves and get to workwithout much emotional expenditure.
    Prudence: Thrifty, careful, and cautious in all areas of their lives, Conscientious individuals do not give in to reckless abandon or wild excess.
    Accumulation: A "pack rat," the Conscientious person saves and collects things (storing them in orderly bundles), reluctant to discard anything that has, formerly had, or someday may have value for him or her.

    Type Percent
    Vigilant 79%
    Solitary 29%
    Idiosyncratic 67%
    Adventurous 27%
    Mercurial 75%
    Dramatic 75%
    Self - Confident 44%
    Sensitive 71%
    Devoted 56%
    Concientous 83%
    Leisurely 33%
    Aggressive 25%
    Self - Sacrificing 44%
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    Vigilant and Solitary

    Vigilant
    (Relationships)

    Possess an exceptional awareness of their environment, Survivors, antennae, Naturally assume role of social critic/watchdog.

    Solitary
    (Self, Emotions)

    Need no one but themselves. Liberated from the drive to impress and please. Remarkably free of the emotions & involvements that distract others.

    Type Percent
    Vigilant 71%
    Solitary 71%
    Idiosyncratic 50%
    Adventurous 27%
    Mercurial 44%
    Dramatic 0%
    Self - Confident 39%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 28%
    Conscientious 56%
    Leisurely 50%
    Aggressive 69% (Should probably be lower)
    Self - Sacrificing 19%

    Decent test; I remember taking it once before and getting leisurely though.
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    Idiosyncratic

    (Self, Real World)
    Not like anyone else. Dreamers, seekers of the spirit, visionaries, mystics. True originals and they stand out.


    Inner life: Idiosyncratic individuals are tuned in to and sustained by their own feelings and belief systems, whether or not others accept or understand theirparticular world view or approach to life.
    Own World: They are self-directed and independent, requiring few close relationships.
    Own thing: Oblivious to convention, Idiosyncratic individuals create interesting, unusual, often eccentric lifestyle.
    Expanded reality: Open to anything, they are interested in the occult, the extrasensory, and the supernatural.
    Metaphysics: They are drawn to abstract and speculative thinking.
    Outward view: Though they are inner-directed and follow their own hearts and minds, Idiosyncratic men and women are known observers of others, particularlysensitive to how other people react to them.

    Vigilant 57%
    Solitary 57%
    Idiosyncratic 78%
    Adventurous 45%
    Mercurial 50%
    Dramatic 50%
    Self - Confident 39%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 44%
    Concientous 50%
    Leisurely 39%
    Aggressive 63%
    Self - Sacrificing 75%

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    Solitary
    (Self, Emotions)

    Need no one but themselves. Liberated from the drive to impress and please. Remarkably free of the emotions & involvements that distract others.

    Type Percent
    Vigilant 71%
    Solitary 79%

    Idiosyncratic 39%
    Adventurous 45%
    Mercurial 44%
    Dramatic 25%
    Self - Confident 56%
    Sensitive 43%
    Devoted 39%
    Concientous 50%
    Leisurely 67%
    Aggressive 31%
    Self - Sacrificing 19%
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