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    That's OK..

    Here are the "real" results which I think make way more sense...

    SYNTHESIST - 61
    ANALYST - 53
    IDEALIST - 52
    PRAGMATIST - 50
    REALIST - 46

    now see this sounds more like me..

    Analyst-Synthesist (A-S). The A-S respects structure and logic. The Analyst style seems to be more dominant in this combination most of the time. Whereas the Analyst respects structure and logic, the Synthesist understands and values the opposite. This can be the source of great internal conflict and a profound lack of understanding by people around them. They can, sometimes be very difficult to listen to but have a lot to contribute.

    As does this

    Synthesist-Idealist (S-I). The S-I thinking style is in many ways the exact opposite of the A-R. The S-I will tend to focus on ideas and inferences rather than structure and facts. They are perceived as being conceptualized and theorists by other individuals and therefore not very practical.

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    SYNTHESIST: 70
    IDEALIST: 34
    PRAGMATIST: 43
    ANALYST: 58
    REALIST: 65

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    Talk about close

    Synthesist 56
    Realist 55
    Idealist 54
    Pragmatist 53
    Analyst 52

    I have no score over 60. I guess I have no strong preferences. I think I do generally agree with the ordering though.

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    analyst: 64
    idealist: 56
    pragmatist: 55
    synthesist: 48
    realist: 47

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Google: pragmatist thinking style harrison bramson
    Also, their book - The Art of Thinking, compares the styles (especially in the workplace).
    I knew this looked familiar. I read it a long time ago.

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    52 SYNTHESIST

    43 IDEALIST

    57 PRAGMATIST

    61 ANALYST

    57 REALIST


    I found it difficult to rank the responses because for several questions, I find myself doing all of those things.


    But I do agree with the overall results and this description:



    •Analyst-Realist (A-R). The A-R person is highly task-oriented and objective. They like facts and structured approaches to problems. The A-R does not like situations that defy analysis and when confronted with such a situation they tend to be unable to cope.
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    65 Synthesist
    55 Realist
    54 Pragmatist
    52 Idealist
    44 Analyst


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vasilisa View Post
    Synthesist 64
    Analyst 57
    Pragmatist 55
    Realist 52
    Idealist 42
    Love lost for analysis, I guess.
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    SYNTHESIST 57
    IDEALIST 63
    PRAGMATIST 58
    ANALYST 53
    REALIST 39

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    60 Pragmatist
    59 Realist
    54 Analyst
    50 Synthesist
    47 Idealist

    Pragmatist. The motto of the Pragmatist is ‘Whatever works.’ They excel at finding new ways of doing things with the materials that lie at hand. They are apt to be interested in formulating strategies and tactics for getting things done and they often like to be liked, approved of, or at least accepted. The pragmatist approach is flexible and adaptive.

    Strategy:

    * Incrementalism
    * Experimentation/innovation
    * Looking for quick payoff
    * Tactical thinking
    * Marketing approach
    * Contingency planning

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    2009:

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    80 synthesist
    64 realist

    49 pragmatist
    39 idealist
    38 analyst
    2011:

    74 Synthesist
    61 Realist

    50 Idealist
    43 Analyst
    42 Pragmatist


    Synthesist-Realist (S-R). The S-R is extremely rare due to the fact that the synthesist and realist are at the opposite ends of the thinking spectrum. The S-R is a person with great energy for unorthodox but firm achievement. They can see clearly what the proper course is and also see that the opposite way is just as acceptable.

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