Did you know that there are at least sixteen different personality types, all with their unique preferences?
Idealists are typically the first types to entertain a new idea or to swarm to a new group or social movement. You might find them in new places with less established rules. Their agendas might seem at times unclear but there is a huge creativity flowing from these types.
Reporters, Detectives, Promoters and Catalysts.
Reporters, Counsellors, Philosophers, and Catalysts.
Philosophers, Counsellors, Diplomats and Speculants.
Detectives, Diplomats, Promoters, and Speculants.
These types often swarm to explore new ideas and new theories, finding rules, data, and evidence to support their conclusions and to build up their beliefs, and creating new business and innovation as they go.
Detectives, Hackers, Pragmatics, and Catalysts
Philosophers, Hackers, Critics and Catalysts.
Philosophers, Architects, Critics and Speculants.
Detectives, Architects, Pragmatics and Speculants.
You might find these types hanging out at cafes, parties, and social events. They're often established members of communities and of the neighbourhood.
Reporters, Scouts, Promoters and Naturals.
Reporters, Counsellors, Instructors, and Naturals.
Instructors, Counsellors, Diplomats and Organisers.
Scouts, Diplomats, Promoters, and Organisers.
The traditional types are often the most secure and stable of all personality types, but the least open to change. These types value tradition, expertise, and self-mastery highly.
Scouts, Hackers, Pragmatics and Naturals.
Instructors, Hackers, Critics, and Naturals.
Instructors, Architects, Critics and Organisers.
Scouts, Architects, Pragmatics, and Organisers.