Time to compare the test to people's thoughts...

Need help determining your sociotype or want to determine someone else's? This is the place to be.

Time to compare the test to people's thoughts...

Postby Chained Divinity » Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:56 am

So I have a slight bit of a problem, that some might understand a bit. :lol:

I've tested as a certain thing (which I won't say yet--don't want to bias anyone), but I've already seen two other entries that could describe me. And this sort of leaves me in a bind, in that I'm not totally sure if the test is accurate...

So! I'm going to describe myself, and see what you all think. :)

So, I'll begin with my first goal, then work outward from there--and that first goal is, simply, to influence history a bit. I want to have done something meaningful with my life, that truly affects how other people enjoy theirs. I don't care nearly as much about the typical signs of success than that. However, I'm also a bit picky about what I'd like to do in that process--I wouldn't like to be a businessman, unless I was far from typical corporate culture, because I find the idea of it...kind of stifling. I prefer to operate by my own independent means for that reason, and avoid following general rules about how to deal with situations if I feel like they're part of some larger mentality that's not mine.

In order to become as capable of influence as possible, or at least as myself as possible, I believe that there are certain traits I must maintain--intellect, of course, being one (of which open-mindedness is a huge part, to me, even if I don't always achieve it), creativity another, and another being the following of certain values. Of all of these, it's probably creativity that I take to the most readily, because even though I also engage in the use of intellect just for fun, creative work is for me one of the best stress relievers I know. It's an incredibly fun endeavor that could almost serve as another drive, and it's helped me learn and grow as a person incredibly much.

When determining my viewpoints, which are of course important to how I'll shape things, I attempt to use logic to determine what they'll be. When thinking about particular measures, plans to do various things, I'm generally successful at this, but there are certain viewpoints I have that I view as a part of myself--this isn't always solely a moral thing either, and it can be an aesthetic thing or a thing I've decided about a life choice, as well. And when this happens, I tend to become a bit more stubborn about keeping the view, to the point where I've accepted suspensions and risk of expulsion to hold onto the pursuit of this girl I liked. I think, though, that on this score I've begun to mellow out, as I've managed to break my habits in this regard several times in the last year or so--and in general, it's logical reasoning that provokes a shift.

I tend to be pretty easily distracted, and no one could say I'm a particularly hard worker. However, on things I enjoy I can maintain my attention for a bit longer, as this post actually demonstrates :lol: . It's generally not long enough, however, to finish a long-term project without numerous hiatuses.

If anyone has any further questions to ask, feel free. :lol: :)
Chained Divinity
Posts: 1
Joined: Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:35 am

Return to Sociotypes

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests