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Monday August 01, 05

Fun Quiz ~ Personality Profile

05:20 AM

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The Hedonist 20/20 =100%

Hedonists want to be free, not tied down, confined, or obligated, to do as they wish when they wish, to enjoy today, to be impulsive, to have a life of action which repudiates long term goals, objectives, or plans, to be active just to be active, to do what they feel the urge to do, to experience excitement, to be seen by others as being free to act, as free spirits, to be exciting, optimistic, cheerful, light-hearted, and full of fun

Negative Attributes:

Angered easily, brassy, changeable, disorganized, egotistical, haphazard, inconsistent, interrupts, loud, messy, naive, repetitious, restless, scatterbrained, show-off, talkative, undisciplined, unpredictable, wants credit.

The Rationalist 10/20 =50%

Rationalists want to understand and gain power over nature, to understand, control, predict, and explain realities, to be seen as competent, to have, most of all, competencies, capabilities, abilities, capacities, skills, and ingenuity, to be able to do things well under varying circumstances, to constantly improve, to be free from errors, to increase their store of knowledge, to learn as much as they can, to rearrange the environment, either through constructing physical edifices or building institutional systems, to speculate about the possible motivations and thoughts of those they are with, trying to fit their experiences into some system.

Negative Attributes:

Argumentative, bossy, crafty, domineering, frank, headstrong, impatient, intolerant, lord over others, manipulative, nervy, proud, rash, resistant, short tempered, stubborn, tactless, unaffectionate, unsympathetic, workaholic.

The Idealist 10/20 =50%

Idealists want to search for Self, to become themselves, to have a goal, a purpose in life, to be self-actualized, to be and become real, to be what they are meant to be and to have an identity which is uniquely theirs, to become self-actualized into a perfect whole and to have an identity which is perfectly unique, to have meaning, to have their significance appreciated, or at the very least, recognized as existing, to have integrity, that is unity, with no facade, no mask, no pretense, no sham, no playing of roles, to be genuine, to communicate authentically, to be in harmony with the inner experiences of self, to avoid a life of bad faith, to live a life of significance, making a difference in the world, to experience life as a drama, to be sensitive to the subtle gestures and metaphoric behavior in relationships, to help others become kinder, warmer, and more loving human beings, to reform the world, to romanticize their experiences, their lives, the experiences and lives of others.

Negative Attributes:

Alienated, bashful, critical, depressed, fussy, hard to please, insecure, introvert, loner, moody, negative attitude, pessimistic, revengeful, resentful, too sensitive, skeptical, suspicious, unforgiving, unpopular, withdrawn.

The Traditionalist 4/20 =20%

Traditionalists want to belong, to do their duty, to be useful to the social units they belong to, to be givers, to take care of others, especially the young and the old, and those in positions of authority, to be responsible, to do what they are "supposed to do," to be bound and obligated, to support the work ethic and the rules and hierarchies of society, to establish and conserve the institutions of society, to become an official of some kind, to gain a title and entitlement, to be reverent of elders, to preserve heritage and heritability, to earn status in whatever social units they belong to, to be prepared, to be prepared for the worst.

Negative Attributes:

Aimless, blank, compromising, doubtful, fearful, hesitant, indecisive, indifferent, lazy, mumbles, nonchalant, plain, reluctant, reticent, slow, sluggish, timid, unenthusiastic, uninvolved, worrier.


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