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    Default Big Five interpreted through Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

    This is a Big Five assessment with results presented as an interpretation of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. Let me know what you think! www.perfectloop.org/home

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    Neato. Never thought about tying these together.



    Too self-serving though. "You're awesome. Except for this one small thing. But that small thing's really not a big deal."

    Last bolded is ... yeah, pretty much me.
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    Based on your responses you live much of your life in your head, mentally processing the world around you. Often this isn’t fun and is accompanied by anxiety and worry. This can translate into self-consciousness or even anger. It’s likely that this part of your temperament feels like a burden at times. Despite how difficult being wired this way may be at times, you’re ability to think and feel a range of emotions gives you a depth of understanding about the human condition. Your different moods can have a tremendous influence on those around you. If you can channel this part of your temperament to positive action you can have a big impact on a team.

    You’re someone who won’t sacrifice the mission to spare some feelings. If you have to choose between group cohesion and meeting your objectives, you’ll pursue the latter. This part of your temperament can be hard to bear sometimes. It’s likely you’re not always the most popular person but this temperament is important when it comes to getting things done.

    You tend to be shy, quiet, and introverted. It’s much easier for you to sit back and observe a group than to be the center of attention. This can be a lonely and isolating temperament trait but it can also be of tremendous value. By removing yourself from the action you are able to see a much larger picture. Every team needs someone who can see and understand the dynamics. For this reason, introverts often make great leaders.

    You let life unfold as it will and react accordingly. You have great flexibility and can adjust quickly to new circumstances. You generally go with the flow and like living in the now. You’re open to the opportunities that may present themselves. You can be an important part of a team or group by making sure not to let a rigid plan get in the way of reality.

    You’re able to find self-fulfillment in a range of activities or experiences. What these are will depend on your culture, upbringing, society, and other temperament traits but generally you’re open to new ideas, diversity, art, and creativity. This openness is the seed from which transformative ideas grow and your temperament is one that will find self-fulfillment in these ideas.



    It's okay enough. Second to last paragraph seems the least accurate, but it's not wildly wrong.

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    Based on your responses, you are generally less sensitive to the perils of the world. You don’t experience much anxiety or insecurity. Situations that stress others out don’t have the same effect on you. You’re able to stay calm and have an even mood. This calmness translates into generally positive feelings about life. This part of your temperament is advantageous because you’re unlikely to hold yourself back with self-doubt or worry. Every team needs someone like you to inject some optimism and calm into a project.

    Based on your responses, you’re someone who won’t sacrifice the mission to spare some feelings. If you have to choose between group cohesion and meeting your objectives, you’ll pursue the latter. This part of your temperament can be hard to bear sometimes. It’s likely you’re not always the most popular person but this temperament is important when it comes to getting things done.

    Based on your responses, you tend to be shy, quiet, and introverted. It’s much easier for you to sit back and observe a group than to be the center of attention. This can be a lonely and isolating temperament trait but it can also be of tremendous value. By removing yourself from the action you are able to see a much larger picture. Every team needs someone who can see and understand the dynamics. For this reason, introverts often make great leaders.

    Based on your responses, you are focused, orderly, and highly responsible. You seek out challenges and are deliberate and methodical about meeting them. Others often perceive you as driven and competitive. For you, it’s just the way you are. You can’t help but want to accomplish what you set out to do. You’re a highly valuable member of any team. Your conscientiousness, especially once you can harness and channel it, can help you accomplish great things.

    Based on your responses, you’re able to find self-fulfillment in a range of activities or experiences. What these are will depend on your culture, upbringing, society, and other temperament traits but generally you’re open to new ideas, diversity, art, and creativity. This openness is the seed from which transformative ideas grow and your temperament is one that will find self-fulfillment in these ideas.
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...

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    Based on your responses you live much of your life in your head, mentally processing the world around you. Often this isn’t fun and is accompanied by anxiety and worry. This can translate into self-consciousness or even anger. It’s likely that this part of your temperament feels like a burden at times. Despite how difficult being wired this way may be at times, your ability to think and feel a range of emotions gives you a depth of understanding about the human condition. Your different moods can have a tremendous influence on those around you. If you can channel this part of your temperament to positive action you can have a big impact on a team.

    Based on your responses, you care deeply about others. You’re sympathetic, kind, and warm. You strive for group cohesion and often try to mediate conflicts. This part of your temperament means you are often fulfilled when you’re able to help others. This quality makes you a positive force within teams, helping unify the group to one cause.

    Based on your responses, you tend to be shy, quiet, and introverted. It’s much easier for you to sit back and observe a group than to be the center of attention. This can be a lonely and isolating temperament trait but it can also be of tremendous value. By removing yourself from the action you are able to see a much larger picture. Every team needs someone who can see and understand the dynamics. For this reason, introverts often make great leaders.

    Based on your responses, you’re no stranger to making a good plan or getting things done but you don’t let that tendency bog you down unnecessarily. You have the ability to go with the flow and are just as comfortable taking your cues from what the world is telling you as you are from creating your own plan or path. This flexibility means you can succeed in a variety of situations, especially as you hone your understanding of this part of your temperament.

    Based on your responses, you’re able to find self-fulfillment in a range of activities or experiences. What these are will depend on your culture, upbringing, society, and other temperament traits but generally you’re open to new ideas, diversity, art, and creativity. This openness is the seed from which transformative ideas grow and your temperament is one that will find self-fulfillment in these ideas.
    Bolded the parts I agree with, and crossed out the ones I don't. The rest I'm either neutral on or agree with, but not as strongly.
    MBTI: ESFJ
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    Temperament: Phlegmatic | Sanguine
    Astrology: Leo Sun | Aries Moon | Leo Rising
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    Based on your responses you live much of your life in your head, mentally processing the world around you. Often this isn’t fun and is accompanied by anxiety and worry. This can translate into self-consciousness or even anger. It’s likely that this part of your temperament feels like a burden at times. Despite how difficult being wired this way may be at times, you’re ability to think and feel a range of emotions gives you a depth of understanding about the human condition. Your different moods can have a tremendous influence on those around you. If you can channel this part of your temperament to positive action you can have a big impact on a team.

    Based on your responses, you care deeply about others. You’re sympathetic, kind, and warm. You strive for group cohesion and often try to mediate conflicts. This part of your temperament means you are often fulfilled when you’re able to help others. This quality makes you a positive force within teams, helping unify the group to one cause.

    Based on your responses, you tend to be shy, quiet, and introverted. It’s much easier for you to sit back and observe a group than to be the center of attention. This can be a lonely and isolating temperament trait but it can also be of tremendous value. By removing yourself from the action you are able to see a much larger picture. Every team needs someone who can see and understand the dynamics. For this reason, introverts often make great leaders.

    Based on your responses, you let life unfold as it will and react accordingly. You have great flexibility and can adjust quickly to new circumstances. You generally go with the flow and like living in the now. You’re open to the opportunities that may present themselves. You can be an important part of a team or group by making sure not to let a rigid plan get in the way of reality.

    Based on your responses, you will find self-fulfillment in big ideas, intellectual explorations, creation, and new experiences. You’re wired to imagine the world different than how you’ve found it and these dreams can be all-consuming. This temperament can be both a blessing and a curse. You will likely not feel fulfilled unless you are involved in big, world-changing ideas. On the other hand you have the mind and ideas to change the world.

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    Based on your responses, you are somewhere between being on high alert to your environment and health and being at ease. You likely experience anxiety from time to time and can be self-conscious about certain things. This tension between worrying and living in the moment can make you sometimes want to retreat. It also causes you to be thoughtful about the world. You experience different moods and both positive and negative feelings toward others. All told, by being in the middle you’re able to see the good in the world while not being naïve to some of the peril. Being able to move between these states makes you highly valuable on a team with members on either end of the spectrum.

    Based on your responses, you’re someone who won’t sacrifice the mission to spare some feelings. If you have to choose between group cohesion and meeting your objectives, you’ll pursue the latter. This part of your temperament can be hard to bear sometimes. It’s likely you’re not always the most popular person but this temperament is important when it comes to getting things done.

    Based on your responses, you are an extrovert who is at ease with lots of different people and social situations. You like to keep busy and schedule your life full of activities and adventures. You don’t find it hard to lead or direct a group and you tend to seek out excitement and adventure. This temperament trait can be highly valuable to a group. You can be the person that gets people going and who isn’t afraid to take decisive action.

    Based on your responses, you’re no stranger to making a good plan or getting things done but you don’t let that tendency bog you down unnecessarily.
    You have the ability to go with the flow and are just as comfortable taking your cues from what the world is telling you as you are from creating your own plan or path. This flexibility means you can succeed in a variety of situations, especially as you hone your understanding of this part of your temperament.

    Based on your responses, you’re able to find self-fulfillment in a range of activities or experiences.
    What these are will depend on your culture, upbringing, society, and other temperament traits but generally you’re open to new ideas, diversity, art, and creativity. This openness is the seed from which transformative ideas grow and your temperament is one that will find self-fulfillment in these ideas.
    MBTI: ExxJ tetramer
    Functions: Fe > Te > Ni > Se > Si > Ti > Fi > Ne
    Enneagram: 1w2 - 3w4 - 6w5 (The Taskmaster) | sp/so
    Socionics: β-E dimer | -
    Big 5: slOaI
    Temperament: Choleric/Melancholic
    Alignment: Lawful Neutral
    External Perception: Nohari and Johari


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    Physical Safety/Health
    Based on your responses you are somewhere between being on high alert to your environment and health and being at ease. You likely experience anxiety from time to time and can be self-conscious about certain things. This tension between worrying and living in the moment can make you sometimes want to retreat. It also causes you to be thoughtful about the world. You experience different moods and both positive and negative feelings toward others. All told, by being in the middle you’re able to see the good in the world while not being naïve to some of the peril. Being able to move between these states makes you highly valuable on a team with members on either end of the spectrum.

    Cooperative Needs
    Based on your responses, you’re both cooperative with others but not at the expense of speaking your mind or doing the right thing. Your preference is for group harmony and it feels good when you’re able to help others. But you don’t let this blind you to meeting your goals.

    Social Activity Needs
    Based on your responses, you tend to be shy, quiet, and introverted. It’s much easier for you to sit back and observe a group than to be the center of attention. This can be a lonely and isolating temperament trait but it can also be of tremendous value. By removing yourself from the action you are able to see a much larger picture. Every team needs someone who can see and understand the dynamics. For this reason, introverts often make great leaders.

    Accomplishment Needs
    Based on your responses, you let life unfold as it will and react accordingly. You have great flexibility and can adjust quickly to new circumstances. You generally go with the flow and like living in the now. You’re open to the opportunities that may present themselves. You can be an important part of a team or group by making sure not to let a rigid plan get in the way of reality.

    Self-fulfillment Needs
    Based on your responses, you will find self-fulfillment in big ideas, intellectual explorations, creation, and new experiences. You’re wired to imagine the world different than how you’ve found it and these dreams can be all-consuming. This temperament can be both a blessing and a curse. You will likely not feel fulfilled unless you are involved in big, world-changing ideas. On the other hand you have the mind and ideas to change the world.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Wildly inaccurate.

    But the UX is lovely. Whoever designed those buttons and the way they faded out after being touched has a good eye for web design. That was a very nice setup.

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