Creative - Unassuming - Prefers individual work
Misty is a Philosopher
Philosophers love being creative with their ideas. They have active imaginations and love exploring anomalies and sometimes scientific curiosities in the physical world. Philosophers like unstructured situations that provide them with room to get creative in their work. They like to interpret the world around them and thrive when they are able to express their findings.
Television Writer 100%
News Reporter 99.6%
0% Hall of Shame
A free spirit
Prefers working with things
Prefers individual work
Creative writing and Journalism
Religion and spirituality
Similar to Hard and teaching children, I loathe journalistic work, but nonetheless have done it and did bring skill to it. I just was exhausted by using that skill in that particular way, so being impelled to go further in the field was like being told to eat healthy but yucky-tasting food: no thank you; there are other ways to get B vitamins. The problem with journalism is that the priorities of its quality control system have nothing to do with where the power of written work actually lies. It zeroes in on the lines while blowing off what is between them.
The test was insightful on picking up religion and spirituality. I do not have a practice I call my own. My incompatibility with most people in this arena glares. The psychological territory between the people, however, is native. This is in the same way regardless of what faith or sect I am interacting with, and I have immersed in several. Parts of my core personality that are of dubious worth in all other areas of life become influential quickly in spiritual territory (I do not know how I feel about that or if that capacity should even be used or talked about at all). I will never take up a profession in this field, but kudos for the test for picking out one of the few areas where my dominant functions are actively encouraged.