The Adventurer

This report describes how you prefer to:

Deal with peopleRelate to peopleProcess informationMake decisionsOrganize your life

It gives you a good overview of your personality and behavior. You can use this information to assess how well your personality might fit a potential employer or type of job.



Extraverts are outgoing, energetic and action-oriented. They are enthusiastic and also expressive.



Sensors live in the present. Rely on facts, handle practical matters well and like things to be concrete and measurable.



Thinkers make decisions using logic and impersonal analysis. They think with their heads rather than their hearts.



Perceivers prefer a lifestyle that is spontaneous, flexible and adaptable. They like to keep their options open.


The Adventurer – ESTP

When an ESTP type is around, life is really buzzing! The lights are on and the action begins. They believe that life is not a rehearsal – so everyone should go for it!

People warm to an ESTP quickly which is great because they need people. They are energetic, warm, friendly, enthusiastic and have a great sense of humor. An ESTP is primarily focused on the here and now. Their motto or philosophy of life could easily be make the most of the moment! They have a built-in need to be a doer – to always be physically and mentally active. To be engaged in a great variety of activities involving as many people as possible. However, people who know them well realize that, despite all this dynamic flow of energy, they can also be logical and grounded.

Some experts in personality types think of an ESTP as a super hero character. They love to move faster than a speeding bullet and leap tall buildings in a single bound!


Each Personality Type has a different set of skills, talents and attributes that they bring to an organization, group or relationship. Here is a list of those most commonly associated with Personality Types like you – The Adventurer ESTP:

Places his/her whole body and soul into a project.
Is pragmatic and outgoing,
Is Quick and flexible.
Values and operates according to firsthand experience instead of theories.

On A Team

Some people work well on teams, others work best on their own. Understanding the personality types of team members provides information about how individuals are likely to carry out their work and interact with each other. Given your personality preferences, the following are the strengths (and possible weaknesses!) you will most likely bring to a team:

Is flexible and responds quickly.
Joins teams and projects with enthusiastic optimism and a conviction to succeed.
Establishes objectives and routes.
Establishes purpose and benchmarks.

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Your Strengths.
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Growth and Development.
Possible Careers to pursue.
Careers to avoid.
Possible Hobbies & Interests.
Love Language.
Your Communication Style.
Famous ESTP’s.
How others see you.

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