The Crafter

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.

I

Intravert

Introverts tend to be reflective, reserved and private.  Draw their energy from their own thoughts & the time they spend alone. 

S

Sensor

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

T

Thinker

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

P

Perceiver

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

Overview

The Crafter – ISTP

Let’s do it – get it done now! could easily be an ISTP motto and description of their philosophy of life. They are very practical and action-orientated. An ISTP focuses their energy at work and play on things that can be done and experienced now. Not next week… not next month. Action nourishes and sustains them, and they need it to thrive.

An ISTP is competitive, self-sufficient and able to function without needing to rely on support and encouragement from others. People who know them well are likely to describe them as intriguing, optimistic and loyal. The sort of person who lives in the here-and-now rather than in the past or future. People who do not know them well may see an ISTP as being rather reserved – perhaps shy. However, friends are likely to see them as a free spirit with an attractive quiet charm.

Contributions

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 Crafter – ISTP:
Enjoys the experience of delivering something new and important.
Excels when results are immediate.
Suffers when the routine becomes too stable and boring.
Values flexibility, challenge, action and adventure.
Enjoys variety and mastering new skills and techniques.

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 spontaneous.
Easy going and flexible.
Thoroughly evaluates all opinions, insights and ideas before acting.
Is the storehouse for facts, figures, details and different points of view.

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

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