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    You have three styles that show up relatively strongly.

    You have a blend of Cautious, Supportive, and Inspiring traits. Your Cautious traits are probably a little stronger than your Supportive or Inspiring traits.

    Some words that describe you are:
    Conscientious,
    Careful,
    Friendly, and
    Cooperative

    While you tend towards a reserved approach to interacting with others, you have both reserved and outgoing traits. You can either be task-oriented or people-oriented (relational) depending on the situation. You probably like to create quality results and to interact with others. It is likely that you prefer interacting with people in one-on-one or small group settings, and you can adapt to larger group settings if necessary.


    Cautious, me?

    I do admit that at work, I nonstop feel like Im not paying enough attention to details and am not doing my job thorough enough...and yes, I fear criticism. Still, it was the last result I expected, with the exception of Decisive. I might have to look at actually bringing that one down as it riddles me with stress

    Upon further consideration:

    The stress mostly stems from the conflict between the people oriented and the task oriented - I don't feel I can do justice to both, in particular the task-oriented part, so I try and overcompensate and burn out. Or Im so overwhelmed by the perceived standard I should adhere to that I'm paralysed or flake out coz I no longer can stand to be there.


    This was in fact very useful to me, OP. Thanks so much
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    Hmm. I'd like to rename the thread tag to encompass all of the "four temperament" systems, but it goes by so many damn names that I'm not sure what to call it. "[4Temps]"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    I literally just opened that site and felt the chaos seep into my soul. I'm going to assume that the designer of this website is legally blind to give him or her the benefit of the doubt. I will attempt to discern through the bullshit later in order to get to what you are talking about. XD
    Yeah, my reaction was pretty much for my head to explode. @garbage more power to you for being able to get through all that!

    Edit: Gradually working my way through that document... More posts to come as I look through it
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    Coriolis: "Is that the ESTJ Serenity Prayer?"



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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Yeah, my reaction was pretty much for my head to explode. @garbage more power to you for being able to get through all that!

    Edit: Gradually working my way through that document... Will edit again if more things strike me
    Maybe it's a Te thing with wanting to look at the information without any bullshit/distractions. XD

    Yeah seriously @garbage, I feel myself getting a hemorrhage when I open that site, all of the props to you.

    I'm still curious as to why there are torture techniques on the page and a chart related to the use of various drugs.

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    Re: the animal test, I still don't see how NFs would be beavers. I see beavers as very, very ISTJ. But whatever.

    Re: the Gingerbread Man test:

    Quote Originally Posted by Emo Phillips
    (The school psychologist) gives me a chocolate Easter bunny. And this shows how tricky those guys are. I eat the chocolate and I say, "Wait a second... Was this a test?"

    He said, "Yes."

    "And what does it mean?"

    He said, "Well, had you eaten the ears first you would have been normal; had you eaten the feet first you would have had an inferiority complex; had you eaten the tail first you would have had latent homosexual tendencies; and had you eaten the breasts first you would have had a latent oedipal complex."

    I said, "Well, go on. What does it mean when you bite out the eyes and scream, 'Stop staring at me!'?'"

    He says, "It shows you've a tendency towards self-destruction."

    I said, "What do you recommend?"

    He says, "Go for it!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Maybe it's a Te thing with wanting to look at the information without any bullshit/distractions. XD
    Probably. "GET TO THE GODDAMN POINT!"
    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Yeah seriously @garbage, I feel myself getting a hemorrhage when I open that site, all of the props to you.

    I'm still curious as to why there are torture techniques on the page and a chart related to the use of various drugs.
    Not to mention all the religious nonsense.




    Another edit: I just got to the "Personality Continuum" table and OH MY GOD. I'm trying, I swear, but... how do you... how can people... ??????
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    I actually just stopped at that first table (which to me was my point, so it didn't take long to get there) and didn't see how insane it got

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    Quote Originally Posted by garbage View Post
    I actually just stopped at that first table (which to me was my point, so it didn't take long to get there) and didn't see how insane it got
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    Chandler, your at work DISC style is I/SC or I/CS. That’s fantastic!

    You have a blend of Inspiring, Supportive, and Cautious traits. Your Inspiring traits are probably a little stronger than your Supportive or Cautious traits.

    Some words that describe you are:
    Friendly,
    Kind,
    Conscientious, and
    Approachable

    While you tend towards a people-oriented approach to interacting with others, you have both people-oriented and task-oriented traits. You can either be reserved or outgoing depending on the situation. You probably like to interact with others and to create quality results. It is likely that you are supportive and friendly and that you like to follow common sense approaches to solve problems.
    I have no idea what this means. But from the words I think I'd be I/S>I/C. Can someone explain this to me? *lazy*

    @EJCC Do my results sound right? Maybe @Elfboy if you know this system.

    My results sound accurate though. The last paragraph is totally true.
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    @Chanaynay Seems right. I don't know the system super well -- probably because it's so ambiguous. Everyone's some sort of blend, it seems like.
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    Yup, blends. It's good that they're possible, as they tell more of the story. It's more ambiguous than, say, having one of 16 cognitive styles, but its power is in the fluidity. Trait-based assessments such as Big 5 and the actual MBTI test peg most as toward the middle of a bell curve, on all traits that they measure, but often with a little bit of a preference sometimes.

    DISC &c. may peg one style as significantly above the rest, or it might not. Some folks are like, pure Dominant. Some are middle of the road.

    @Chanaynay, your results point to you being a decently spontaneous and people-centric person, with a bit of passivity on the side; and that asserting your own will is possible but not a priority at all.

    Again, though, that's one assessment.

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