You are driven by a deep sense of altruism and empathy for other people. You have an intuitive sense of the emotions of others, and often act as an emotional barometer for the people around you. However, your compassion not reserved for the people close to you: you are often humanitarian in nature, and may feel genuine concern for the ills of the entire human race. You tend to personally experience the feelings of others, and feel compelled to act when you see people suffering.
You want close, supportive connections with others, and believe that cooperation is the best way to get things done. You like to be liked and are very sensitive to feedback, both positive and negative. You expect the best not just from yourself, but from others as well, and may find yourself disappointed when others are not as genuine in their intentions. You work hard to maintain strong relationships, and strive to be valuable members of their families, groups, and communities.
Your personality type has the following traits
Genuinely and warmly interested in people
Value people’s feelings
Value structure and organization
Value harmony, and good at creating it
Exceptionally good people skills
Dislike impersonal logic and analysis
Strong organizational capabilities
Loyal and honest
Creative and imaginative
Enjoy variety and new challenges
Get personal satisfaction from helping others
Extremely sensitive to criticism and discord
Need approval from others to feel good about themselves
You are strong extroverts; you sincerely enjoy spending time with other people. You have great people skills and are often described as warm, affectionate and supportive. Not only you are great at encouraging other people, you also derive personal satisfaction from helping others.
Because of your strong communication and organizational skills, You can make great leader and manager. You are good at organizing activities, helping each group member achieve their potential and resolving interpersonal conflicts. You strive to create harmony in all situations, and always seem to know what to do to ease tensions and minimize disagreements.
You are often so interested in devoting your time to others that you can neglect your own needs. You also have a tendency to be too hard on yourself, blaming yourself for when things go wrong and not giving yourself enough credit when things go right. Because of this, it is important that you regularly set aside some time to attend to your own needs.
Famous people with your personality
A number of famous individuals have been described as having your personality based on analysis of their lives, works, and behaviors. Some of the possible famous people include:
Abraham Lincoln, U.S. president
Sean Connery, actor
Dennis Hopper, actor
Diane Sawyer, journalist
Johnny Depp, actor
Oprah Winfrey, TV personality
Abraham Maslow, psychologist
Ronald Reagan, U.S. president
Peyton Manning, football player
Barack Obama, U.S. president
What do you like to do?
Popular hobbies for the you include organizing social events, reading, the arts, museums, storytelling, listening to music, writing, and gourmet cooking.
Interesting facts about your personality type
On personality trait scales, scored as Active, Pleasant, Sociable, Demanding, Impatient, Appreciative, and Compromising
Most likely of all types to cope with stress by exercising
Most likely of all types to believe in a higher spiritual power
Ranked by psychologists as among least likely to have trouble in school
Personal values include Friendships, Education & Learning, Creativity, and Community Service
Among types highest in job satisfaction, but also among most likely to report plans to leave their jobs
Commonly found in careers in religion, teaching, and the arts
How does you communicate
You are warm, compassionate communicator who show enthusiasm for other people and their ideas. You want to understand what is important to others so that you can take action to improve the situation for all involved. You readily give affirmation and support, making sure that people know that their ideas are valued. You are good at connecting with a variety of people and creative in coming up with solutions that accommodate others’ needs. You are often natural teachers and mentors, showing others the way and helping them to improve themselves.
Best career choices for you
At work, you are motivated to organize others to implement positive change. You are enthusiastic problem-solver, especially when you can put their strong intuition about people to good use.
You strive for cooperation and work best in a harmonious environment where you can support other people and encourage their growth. You often take on a mentor role, seeing you primary aim as helping other people become better at what they do.
You are often attracted to leadership roles; you naturally organize people to take advantage of their unique talents. You often have a strong vision in your work, and enjoy being able to use your creativity to develop innovative initiatives with a humanitarian focus. You appreciate teamwork, and you want to have the organizational resources to put your ideas into action.
The ideal work environment for you is forward-thinking and people-centered, with a clear humanitarian mission and an emphasis on constructive action. The ideal job for you allows you to develop and implement ideas that improve the circumstances and well-being of other people.
By understanding your underlying personality, you’ll be better able to select a career path that appeals to your strengths. Some ideal career choices for you include:
Community and Social Service
Marriage and Family Therapist
School or Career Counselor
Media and Communication
Public Relations Manager
Childcare Center Director
Business, Management, and Sales
Advertising and Promotions Manager
Human Resources Manager
Insurance Sales Agent
Real Estate Broker
Human Resources Specialist
Training or Development Specialist
Entertainment, Arts and Design
Personal Care and Service
Child Care Worker
Anthropologist or Archaeologist
Dietitian or Nutritionist
What career should you avoid?
It is important to note that any personality type can be successful in any occupation. However, some occupations are well suited to the natural talents and preferred work style of your personality type, while other occupations demand modes of thinking and behavior that do not come as naturally to you. Occupations that require you to operate outside your natural preferences may prove stressful or draining, and often sound unappealing to you
The following occupations have been found to be unpopular among your personality type, based on data gathered from surveys of the general population.