According to your answers, your dominant Tendency is Rebel.
Rebels resist all expectations, outer and inner alike. They act from a sense of choice, from freedom. Rebels wake up and think, “What do I want to do today?”
They resist control, even self-control, and enjoy flouting rules and expectations. They sometimes frustrate others—and even themselves—because they resist any expectation, even one that’s self-imposed.
Rebels resist habits, but they can embrace habit-like behaviors by tying their actions to their choices and their identity.
Wholly expected this. Not surprised, but also not disappointed. Questioner would also do.
Interesting system. There are two facets, "outer expectations" and "inner expectations," which one holds or not. This binary system leads to four possibilities:
- Upholder holds all expectations, inner and outer. He's the duty man.
- Questioner upholds his own inner expectations, but questions outer expectations and tries to determine whether he thinks they make sense before he goes off and upholds them.
- Obliger sacrifices his own inner expectations for those of others.
- Rebel doesn't give a flying flip about any expectations at all.
Looks like there's a chapter on it: Better than Before, chapter "The Four Tendencies."
Originally Posted by Daenera