“You’re an Idealist!” shouted the website after completion of the Keirsey Personality Type test. It was a slow day at work.
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I must admit, the test lost some credibility when it opted for three different cat expressions as an answer to one of the questions. Can we not get rid of these damn cat pictures? It’s like an Internet infestation!
Back to the topic at hand… Mind you, did I just lose half of my followers after that little outburst on felines? I can’t help it, they’re such condescending animals. They remind me of the girls in 7th grade. So full of themselves, thinking they’re better than everyone else. All high and mighty, ascending a throne from an even higher horse. Pompous and self-righteous and bitchy. And I’m still talking about the
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There’s a book called Growing kids with Character that explores the four main personality types as prescribed by the DISC profile. This book has become a lifeline for many anxious parents in South Africa on how to raise the mongrels some of them gave birth too. What’s interesting about the theory is that it relates each personality type to a different kind of tree. The reason for this is unclear, but most probably so fathers can understand it as well. (By the way, remove that thrown from your face, you’ll get wrinkles.) I’m just telling it like it is.
The DISC-profile identifies four main types of personalities, and seeing that this is not a psychology blog, I’m not gonna bore you with theory, you can do that all on your own, over at www.discinsights.com. General consensus lets us believe that most people are a combination of these main types, which are Dominance, Influential, Steady and Conscientious. General consensus states that you’re never just one or the other. General consensus doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Enter me. Waaaa-waaaa. Continue reading