Are You a Situation Maker or Taker?

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Passive vs. Aggressive

4.5 out of 10
less aggressive more aggressive

You appear to stand somewhere between a passive acceptance of situations and the aggressive control of situations. Your moderate position probably allows you to feel comfortable balancing the needs of a group with your own beliefs. If you want to increase your influence on any situation, you should try to discover ways to increase your assertiveness without sacrificing the agreement and acceptance of those you might lead.

Introvert vs. Extravert

7.5 out of 10
less extraverted more extraverted

You have a well-developed capacity to identify and express your opinions. This extroverted approach is essential to taking charge of a situation. You probably do some of your best thinking while speaking aloud to others. Possessing a natural leaning toward influencing every situation, you should concentrate on communicating in the clearest manner possible.

Safety vs. Risk

8.5 out of 10
less risky more risky

You seem to possess a strong capacity for risk-taking. You probably give little consideration to the possibility of failure before undertaking a project. This tendency indicates that you are a strong and positive force among your friends and colleagues, so long as your enthusiasm is tempered by your good judgement.



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