The best concept to define the focus of this state is clarity. It happens when we are rationally tense, but physically and emotionally flexible. We are in this state when we make social plans and projections. We are attentive to the mission, scheme or design in order to see it executed. Our interest is not to act or build, instead it is to inspect, guide and arrange. We clarify, point things out, designate and keep the order. This state is mostly social, develops feelings easily and is alert to what goes around, but its main focus is finding or clarifying the rational purpose of things.
By definition, this is the state of alertness, order and empathy. When opening, it is linked to the Social. When internalizing, it is linked to the Theoretical, Entrepreneurial, Technical and Ethical; and indirectly to the Sensual.
Its main characteristic is sensing the surroundings in accordance to a plan, bringing order to our social environment, and bringing excitement to technical aspects and policies. This defines our ability to guide ourselves and others, or our surroundings according to an established goal.
Directors, Coordinators, Administrators, Supervisors…
People who have a strong tendency to this state focus on their analysis and environment. They have a strong sense of responsibility and expect this from others. They concentrate in projecting their goals and seeing them reflected on their lives and surroundings. For them, having a clear purpose is more pressing than instinctive impulses, feelings and emotions. They are supporters of things for which they see a rational outcome, but more intolerant of ones they don’t understand. They can be good critics of the work of others, although they may have low tolerance for slacking, ignorance, or irrationality. But, they are committed to instruction and sharing. They like academic environments, especially if oriented towards events planning, counselling, business or entrepreneurship. They are sociable, make it a regular task to have pleasant and friendly fun, and are great fans of celebrating accomplishments.
This state has one tendency towards introversion: stubbornness due to order, which may cultivate inflexibility and strictness.
People that are strongly organizational feel a need to stick to the vision. In this sense they can be judgmental or sensitive to irresponsibility and chaos. Their goal is not becoming a sole executor or leading star, they prefer directing or planning, and most of all, they like teamwork. They enjoy intellectual pursues, but rather the ones that involve physical execution, and social impact.