Artistic personality type

An artistic personality type uses their hands and mind to create new things. They appreciate beauty, unstructured activities and variety. They enjoy interesting and unusual people, sights, textures and sounds. These individuals prefer to work in unstructured situations and use their creativity and imagination.
Artistic personality type is creative and enthusiastic

This personality type is especially sensitive to color, form, sound and feeling. They have a lively spirit and a lot of enthusiasm and can often stay focused on a creative project and forget everything around them. An artistic personality type solves problems by creating something new. Their ideas may not always please others, but opposition does not discourage them for long.
Artistic personality type is impulsive and independent

These individuals are creative, impulsive, sensitive and visionary. Although they are creative, it may not necessarily be expressed with paint and canvas. Creativity can also be expressed by an artistic personality type with data and systems. They prefer to work alone and independently rather than in teams or with others. Take a free personality test to learn more about work preferences and to test personality.
Possible occupations that fit an artistic personality type

Occupations they will excel at involve working with forms, designs and patterns. These individuals often require self-expression and the work can be done without following a clear set of rules. Some of the occupational areas that fit the artistic personality type are:
            Actor Architect Artist Copywriter Dance instructor English teacher Fashion illustrator Graphic designer Interior designer Intelligence research specialist Museum curator Photographer Take a free personality test to learn more about yourself The artistic personality type is one of six personality types in the Holland Codes developed by psychologist John L. Holland. These are one of the most popular models used for a career assessment test today. To test personality and learn more about your work preferences, take a free personality test or a career test now.

which can lead E-types to think I-types are not interested or involved. This is true even if they have good social skills. not about what they consider the trivial matters of social small talk. introversion itself is not shyness. they talk a lot . Once they are involved and engaged. an introvert is not simply a person who is shy. Etypes may even assume that the I-type is too stupid to respond. Basically. being shy has little to do with being an introvert! Shyness has an element of apprehension. and be given the opportunity to talk everything through. In fact. Being introspective." When introverts want to be alone. After being with people for any length of time. Introverts (I): I-types prefer written communication as it gives them space to formulate and think through ideas before airing them in public.and quite rapidly . such as at a party. it is not. exploring their thoughts and feelings. though. They develop their thoughts through interaction with others and thinking our loud. They often avoid social situations because being around people drains their energy. they tend to interrupt a lot. Introverts are more concerned with the inner world of the mind. can prevent them from their desire to be quietly introspective. Being with people. With verbal communication. Extraverts (E): E-types want to know what is going on. They may offer few nonverbal clues about what is going on inside their heads. However. by itself. even people they like and are comfortable with. does not mean that an introvert never has conversations.which can be difficult in a meeting dominated by E-types.continually building on what others are saying. and then be given an opening to speak .Introvert Definition: Contrary to what most people think. and while an introvert may also be shy. a sign of depression. In their excitement. nervousness and anxiety. they need time to reflect on what is being said. be included in all communications. an introvert is a person who is energized by being alone and whose energy is drained by being around other people. It means that they either need to regain their energy from being around people or that they simply want the time to be with their own thoughts. they need time alone to "recharge. They enjoy thinking. . those conversations are generally about ideas and concepts.

Storyteller Life of the Party Good sense of humor Memory for color Physically holds on to listener Emotional and demonstrative Enthusiastic and expressive Cheerful and bubbling over Curious Good on stage Wide-eyed and innocent Lives in the present Changeable disposition Sincere at heart Always a child The Sanguine As A Parent     Makes Home Fun Is liked by children’s friends Turns disaster into humor Is the circus master .PERSONALITY TYPES STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES Strengths of a Sanguine The Extrovert | The Talker | The Optimist The Sanguine’s Emotions                 Appealing personality Talkative.

The Sanguine At Work         Volunteers for Jobs thinks up new activities Looks great on the Surface Creative and colorful Has energy and enthusiasm Starts in a flashy way Inspires others to join charms others to work The Sanguine As a Friend          Makes friends easily Loves People Thrives on compliments Seems exciting envied by others Doesn’t hold grudges apologizes quickly Prevents dull moments Likes spontaneous activities Weaknesses of a Sanguine The Extrovert | The Talker | The Optimist The Sanguine’s Emotions    Compulsive talker Exaggerates and elaborates Dwells on trivia .

gets taken in Has loud voice and laugh Controlled by circumstances Gets angry easily Seems phony to some Never Grows Up The Sanguine As A Parent     Keeps home in a frenzy Forgets children’s appointments disorganized Doesn’t listen to the whole story The Sanguine At Work        Would rather talk forgets obligations Doesn’t follow through Confidence fades fast Undisciplined Priorities out of order Decides by feelings .            Can’t remember names Scares others off Too happy for some Has restless energy Egotistical Blusters and complains Naive.

  Easily distracted Wastes time talking The Sanguine As a Friend           Hates to be alone Needs to be center stage Wants to be popular Looks for credit dominates conversations Interrupts and doesn’t listen answers for others Fickle and forgetful Makes excuses Repeats stories Strengths of a Melancholy The Introvert | The Thinker | The Pessimist The Melancholy’s Emotions          Deep and thoughtfully Analytical Serious and purposeful Genius prone Talented and creative Artistic or musical Philosophical and poetic appreciative of beauty Sensitive to others .

graphs. figures.   Self-sacrificing Conscientious Idealistic The Melancholy As A Parent       Sets high standards Wants everything done right Keeps home in good order Picks up after children Sacrifices own will for others Encourages scholarship and talent The Melancholy At Work            Schedule oriented Perfectionist. high standards Detail conscious Persistent and thorough Orderly and organized Neat and tidy Economical Sees the problems Finds creative solutions Needs to finish what he starts Likes charts. lists Weakness of a Melancholy The Introvert | The Thinker | The Pessimist The Melancholy’s Emotions .

            Remembers the negatives Moody and depressed Enjoys being hurt Has false humility Off in another world Low self-image Has selective hearing Self-centered Too introspective Guilt feelings Persecution complex Tends to hypochondria The Melancholy As A Parent       Puts goals beyond reach May discourage children May be too meticulous Becomes martyr Sulks over disagreements Puts guilt upon children The Melancholy At Work      Not people oriented depressed over imperfections Chooses difficult work Hesitant to start projects Spends to much time planning .

     Prefers analysis to work Self-deprecating Hard to please Standards often to high Deep need for approval The Melancholy As a Friend            Lives through others Insecure socially Withdrawn and remote critical of others Holds back affections Dislikes those in opposition Suspicious of people Antagonistic and vengeful Unforgiving Full of contradictions Skeptical of compliments Strengths of a Choleric The Extrovert | The Doer | The Optimist The Choleric’s Emotions      Born leader Dynamic and active Compulsive need for change Must correct wrongs Strong-willed and decisive .

     Unemotional Not easily discouraged Independent and self sufficient Exudes confidence Can run anything The Choleric As A Parent      Exerts sound leadership Establishes Goals Motivates family to action Knows the right answer Organizes household The Choleric At Work           Goal oriented Sees the whole picture Organizes well Seeks practical solutions Moves quickly to action Delegates work Insists on production Makes the goal Stimulates activity Thrives on opposition The Choleric As a Friend   Has little need for friends Will work for group activity .

   Will lead and organize Is usually right Excels in emergencies Weaknesses of a Choleric The Extrovert | The Doer | The Optimist The Choleric’s Emotions             Bossy Impatient Quick-tempered Can’t Relax Too impetuous Enjoys controversy and arguments Won’t give up when loosing Comes on too strong Inflexible Is not complimentary Dislikes tears and emotions Is unsympathetic The Choleric As A Parent       Tends to over dominate Too busy for family Gives answers too quickly Impatient with poor performance Won’t let children relax May send them into depression .

but unpopular Strengths of a Phlegmatic The Introvert | The Watcher | The Pessimist The Phlegmatic’s Emotions  Low-key personality . “I’m Sorry” May be right.The Choleric At Work           Little tolerance for mistakes Doesn’t analyze details Bored by trivia May make rash decisions May be rude or tactless Manipulates people Demanding of others End justifies the means Work may become his god Demands loyalty in the ranks The Choleric As a Friend          Tends to use people Dominates others Knows everything Decides for others Can do everything better Is to independent Possessive of friends and mate Can’t say.

cool and collected Patient well balanced Consistent life Quiet but witty Sympathetic and kind Keeps emotions hidden Happily reconciled to life All-purpose person The Phlegmatic As A Parent      Makes a good parent Takes time for the children Is not in a hurry Can take the good with the bad Doesn’t get upset easily The Phlegmatic At Work        Competent and steady Peaceful and agreeable Has administrative ability Mediates problems Avoids conflicts Good under pressure Finds the easy way The Phlegmatic As a Friend  Easy to get along with .         Easygoing and relaxed Calm.

       Pleasant and enjoyable Inoffensive Good listener Dry sense of humor Enjoys watching people Has many friends Has compassion and concern Weaknesses of a Phlegmatic The Introvert | The Watcher | The Pessimist The Phlegmatic’s Emotions          Unenthusiastic Fearful and worried Indecisive Avoids responsibility Quiet will of iron Selfish To shy and reticent Too compromising Self-righteous The Phlegmatic As A Parent    Lax on discipline Doesn’t organize home Takes life to easy The Phlegmatic At Work  Not goal oriented .

If your target audience is pessimistic. Pessimism is only good when it allows you to see through bad business proposals and shifty sales techniques. Do you always complain and focus on the negative? .      Lacks self motivation Hard to get moving Resents being pushed Lazy and careless Discourages others Would rather watch The Phlegmatic As a Friend        Dampens enthusiasm Stays uninvolved Is not exciting Indifferent to plans Judges others Sarcastic and teasing Resists change  Personality Type #1 – Pessimistic – People who are pessimistic think that their garden has nothing but weeds. Everyone is out to get them. you need to develop a well-crafted script that focuses on handling objections. They focus on the negative. and every sales pitch is a scam. this could be something that is harming your business without you even knowing it.  If you yourself are pessimistic.

People need guidance in the right direction. Realistic prospects will know there is a price. Telling them everything is always perfect doesn’t help them overcome obstacles.Do you look for the mistakes people make instead of praising their strengths? Being a leader is crucial to success in Network Marketing.  Personality Type #3 – Realistic – People who are realistic know that there will always be a few weeds in their garden. but they will also know their is a value to what you are . even though the person is thinking positive thoughts.  Optimism can have it’s negative effects on a home-based business. If you constantly live in a world where nothing can be wrong with your company or your upline. Optimism usually comes after someone has tried your product and has a positive result. The best leaders help people without putting them down.  Personality Type #2 – Optimistic – People who are optimistic think that their garden has no weeds. It’s very difficult to find optimistic prospects.  Mentoring people with nothing but optimism can be counter-productive as well. and are able to understand why things happen the way they do. you’ll fall into costly traps that you should have otherwise been aware of. They put their blinders on and refuse to let others dampen their spirits. They see things for what they really are.

They know when to back away from a bad deal or pending money on things that will probably not work or that are merely hype. The people you lead need inspiration that comes from looking beyond what’s real and imagining what’s possible. In order to be a good leader. you need to change. They trust people to an extent. you must have a vision and hope for that vision.  Many times being a realist is the best route to take in Network Marketing. you need to be able to have more optimism than realism to get you to over your hurdle. You can step outside of the world your company tries to keep you in so you can look back in and see it for what it’s worth. and make changes accordingly. Too much of one or the others can have a counter-productive effect so extreme it could keep a business down for good.promoting. no matter what.  The only time being a realist might have it’s flaws is dealing with personal development. You can decipher what you like and what you don’t like. For things to change. When times get rough.  Proper marketing education stresses the importance of acquiring and maintaining .  A strategy that every leader should strive for in Network Marketing should be to acquire a good balance between all 3 personality types.

and other techniques on how to be a leader instead of a distributor. it’s time to change your way of thinking all on your own. .productive personality traits and how to best apply them to explode your homebased business. If your company isn’t teaching you this.

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