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Education Test 1

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QuestionAnswer
Strengths of D Personality Strong-Willed; Determined; Independent; Optimistic; Practical; Productive; Decisive; Leader; Confident
Weakness of D Personality Angry; Cruel; Sarcastic; Domineering; Inconsiderate; Proud; Crafty; Self-Sufficient; Unemotional
Under Control D Personality Courageous; Quick to Respond; Goal-Oriented; Results-Oriented; Deliberate; Self-Confident; Direct; Self-Reliant; Straightforward; Competitive
Out of Control D Personality Reckless; Rude; Impatient; Pushy; Dictatorial; Conceited; Offensive; Arrogant; Abrasive; Ruthless
What % of population is D personality? 10%
Examples of D Personality Bobby Knight, Donald Trump, Judge Judy
Basic Needs of D Personality Challenge, Choice, Control
D Types Like... Activity; Bigness; Challenge; Competition; Doing Things; Hard work; Major productions; To be in charge; To fight; Violence
D Types... Can be critical of poorly performed tasks; Run roughshod over people; Complete amazing amounts of work; Wrongly believe approval & encouragement lead to complacency; Need to learn to delegate responsibility
D Types Are... Goal-Oriented; Hard to please; Industrious; Performance conscious; Self-confident; Firm
D Types Don't Like... Indecision; Lazy people; Slow activities; Slow People; Talkers who don't produce; Taking orders
D Types Want You To Be... Quick; Specific; To the point; a Winner
Strengths of I Personality Friendly; Compassionate; Carefree; Talkative; Outgoing; Enthusiastic; Warm; Personable; Fun
Weaknesses of I Personality Weak-Willed; Unstable; Undisciplined; Restless; Loud; Undependable; Egocentric; Exaggerative; Frivolous
Under Control I Personality Optimistic; Persuasive; Excited; Communicative; Spontaneous; Outgoing; Expressive; Involved; Imaginative; Warm/Friendly
Out of Control I Personality Unrealistic; Manipulative; Emotional; Gossip; Impulsive; Unfocused; Excitable; Directionless; Daydreaming; Purposeless
I Types Like... Exposure to people; Lots of activity; Making people happy; Making people laugh; Selling...while they play; Short-term projects; To be on the go; Prestige
I Types... Can be "higher than a kite"/"lower than a skunk"; Have a lot of friends; Need self-discipline; Wrongly believe that talking & doing are synonymous
I Types Are... Fun to watch; Great starters; Poor finishers; Likable; Prone to exaggerate; Easily excitable
I Types Don't Like... Being ignored; Being ridiculed; Being isolated; Doing repetitive tasks
I Types Want You To Be... Fun; Responsive; Stimulating; Positive; Upbeat; Enthusiastic
Strengths of S Personality Calm; Dependable; Easygoing; Trustworthy; Efficient; Practical; Conservative; Diplomatic; Humorous
Weaknesses of S Personality Stingy; Fearful; Indecisive; Spectator; Self-Protective; Unmotivated; Selfish; Timid; Shy
Under Control S Personality Relaxed; Reliable; Cooperative; Stable; Good Listener; Single-Minded; Steadfast; Soft-Hearted; Systematic; Amiable
Out of Control S Personality Lacking Initiative; Dependent; a Sucker; Indecisive; Uncommunicative; Inflexible; Resistant to Change; Easily Manipulated; Slow; Resentful
S Types Like... Peace; Stabilizing Things; To Wait; Friendly Environments; To Finish the Job; Teamwork
S Types... Are motivated by helping others; Are seldom in a hurry; Need lots of appreciation; Will support you; Stay with proven methods; Are sentimental
What % of Population is I Personality? 25-30%
Examples of I Personality Steve Martin; Lucille Ball; Oprah
Basic Need of I Personality Recognition & Approval
What % of Population is S Personality? 30-35%
Examples of S Personality Andy Griffith; Aunt Bea
Basic Need of S Personality Appreciation & Security
S Types Are... Easily manipulated; Reluctant decision makers; Sweetest people in the world; Loyal friends; Poor starters; Great finishers
S Types Don't Like... Insensitivity; Misunderstandings; Surprises; To be yelled at; Saracsm; Being pushed
S Types Want You to Be... Kind ("not harsh"); Pleasant; Patient; Understanding
Strengths of C Personality Gifted; Analytical; Sensitive; Perfectionistic; Aesthetic; Idealistic; Loyal; Self-Sacrificing; Thorough
Weaknesses of C Personality Self-Centered; Moody; Critical; Negative; Rigid; Theoretical; Impractical; Unsociable; Revengeful
Under Control C Personality Orderly; Logical; Intense; Curious; Teachable; Cautious; Correct; Questioning; Conscientious; Precise
Out of Control C Personality Compulsive; Critical; Unsociable; Prying; Easily Offended; Fearful; Inflexible; Doubtful; Worrisome; Picky
What % of Population is C Personality? 20-25%
Examples of C Personality Bill Gates; Diane Sawyer
Basic Need of C Personality Quality Answers & Value
C Types Like... Consistency; Creativity; Detail; Perfection
C Types... Have good imaginations; Have lots of questions; Tend to irritate people; Usually have high IQ's
C Types Are... Impossible to satisfy; Logical; Meticulous; Self-sacrificing
C Types Don't Like... Being criticized; Mistakes; Sudden changes; Unnecessary interruptions
C Types Want You to Be... Accomodating; Accurate; Accountable; Analytical
What Question Do D Personalities Ask? WHAT?
What Question Do I Personalities Ask? WHO?
What Question Do S Personalities Ask? HOW?
What Question Do C Personalities Ask? WHY?
What color represents D? Green
What color represents I? Red
What color represents S? Blue
What color represents C? Yellow
What animal represents D? Doberman
What animal represents I? Fluffy Puppy
What animal represents S? Cat
What animal represents C? Tropical Fish
What car represents D? Mercedes; Cadillac
What car represents I? Convertible
What car represents S? Van; Station Wagon
What car represents C? Toyota; Honda
What is D's motto? "Go for it!"
What is I's motto? "Lighten Up!"
What is S's motto? "All for one...one for all!"
What is C's motto? "If something can go wrong, it will!"
What is D's Philosophy? "I want it yesterday!"
What is I's Philosophy? "Let the good times roll!"
What is S's Philosophy? "Working together, we can do it!"
What is C's Philosophy? "Don't show all your cards!"
What is D's Target? "Ready... Fire... Aim!"
What is I's Target? "Ready... Aim... Talk!"
What is S's Target? "Ready... Ready... Ready..."
What is C's Target? "Ready... Aim... Aim... Aim..."
What is the emotion associated with the D personality? Anger
What is the emotion associated with the I personality? Trust
What is the emotion associated with the S personality? No Emotion
What is the emotion associated with the C personality? Fear
If you want to gather _______, don't kick over the _________ Honey; Beehive
Don't _____, _____, or ______. Criticize; Condemn; Complain
The big secret of dealing with people Give honest & sincere appreciation
He who can do this has the whole world with him. He who cannot walks a lonely way. What is THIS? Arouse in the other person an eager want
Do this & you'll be welcome anywhere Become genuinely interested in other people
What's a simple way to make a good first impression? Smile
If you don't do this, you're headed for trouble. A person's name is what? The sweetest & most important sound in any language
An easy way to become a good conversationalist Be a good listener & encourage others to talk about themselves
How to interest people? Talk in terms of other people's interests
How to make people like you instantly? Make the other person feel important, & do it sincerely.
You can't _____ an argument Win
The only way to get the best of an argument is how? To avoid it
A sure way of making enemies; how to avoid it Tell others they're wrong; Show respect for others' opinions, never say "you're wrong"
If you're wrong, _____ it. Admit; Admit it quickly & empathetically
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