The 36 Styles

Dominator Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to seek practical applications, authority equal to or greater than your responsibility, position power, and control over your own space as well as those who may find themselves within your space.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to structure, direct, and to willingly take and maintain control of your space and destiny. You are strongly self-interested and self-directed (not to be confused with selfish) and will work long and hard to gain what you believe belongs to you. You desire to own your personal work, space, life, and your future.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you may know little about. Rather than studying to know, you will quickly cram to pass. You may not like spending time in the part of your brain that methodically and painstakingly sifts through the unnecessary details or that solves difficult math problems.

Energizing Activities: You will usually seek entrepreneurial groups, physical fitness activities that prove your winning side, status, structured environments, and leadership roles with upward movement. You desire to win your competitions and may see some as opponents instead of allies.

Focus: You will likely focus on practical applications, structuring, systematizing, owning your own ideas, building self-confidence, and fabricating relationships that will assist in advancing your position within the world and meet your personal needs first. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard, no-nonsense lines and functioning within them is commonplace with you.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your only desire is to direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs are met or others qualify for your costly attention.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, your ability to own your own space, the need to direct and control your own destiny, and to manage difficult and complex situations. You are a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You draw hard lines and tend to only work within real-world systems that function well. You are likely able to handle harsh circumstances without being emotionally entangled by the drama of others.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for your or others’ creative imagination or intuition. Conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions and ideas, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders rather than partners, and overemphasizing personal needs over others. Emotions may be disregarded as trivial and actions may become the hero.

Dominator Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to seek practical applications, authority equal to or greater than your responsibility, position power, and control over your own space as well as those who may find themselves within your space.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to create structured environments that make sense, as well as to own your own life and destiny. Your interest is likely centered in the self (not to be confused with selfish) and you may desire to work long and hard to gain what they believe belongs to you. You desire to manage your own life in a more conventional and deliberate way.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you know only something about—not everything. Rather than studying to know everything, you may cram to know just enough to get yourself over the hump. You may not like spending too much time in the part of your brain that painstakingly sifts through unnecessary and boring details or solves complex math problems.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks knowledge, interesting facts, entrepreneurial groups, physical fitness activities, status, structured and functional environments, and leadership roles with an upward movement and public recognition. You desire to win your competitions and may see some as opponents instead of allies.

Focus: You will likely focus on learning, systematizing, and owning your own work-space and ideas. You may focus on building self-confidence and fabricating certain relationships that you know will help advance your position within the world. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard, no-nonsense lines and functioning efficiently within them is commonplace for you.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only desire to direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards strong self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the qualifying needs of others after your own needs are met. You can strongly enforce the rules you follow on others who may not want to follow them.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, ability to own your own space, your need to direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations. You are a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You draw hard lines and tend to only work within real-world systems that function well. You are likely able to handle harsh circumstances without being emotionally entangled by the drama of others.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters and without respect for your or others’ creative intuition. Conflict responses include disregarding others intuitive opinions and ideas, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders rather than partners, and overemphasizing personal needs. Emotions may be disregarded as trivial and actions may become the hero.

Dominator Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to seek knowledge, practical applications, and authority equal to or greater than your responsibility. You will likely seek position power, and control over your own work-space as well as those who may find themselves within your space. You seek to know everything associated with moving forward and gaining the things you want and the upper hand in situations.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to use your strong mind and excessive need to know the truth as a means to creating the life you want. Your interest is centered in a knowledge of the self (not to be confused with selfish) and your desire to work long and hard to gain what you believe belongs to you. You will likely desire to manage your life in an analytical, conventional, and deliberate way.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference will have an excessive need to uncover, discover, and recover the truth/facts about anything that has a perceived value. You will likely have a very logical/analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in rational thought as opposed to feelings and intuitions. Your capacity for useful insight and absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek continuing education, entrepreneurial groups, and certificates of completion. You may like physical fitness activities, status, structured environments, and leadership roles defined by what you know and that promise upward movement.

Focus: You will focus on learning why something is, systematizing, and owning your decisions and ideas. You focus on building self-confidence, and developing relationships that you know will advance your knowledge base, your understanding, and your position within the world. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard lines and learning everything you need to know about your surroundings is commonplace with your style.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs have been met first. You can strongly enforce the rules you follow on others who may not want to follow them. Others may see you as a know-it-all.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, ability to advance your learning, own your own work-space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations. You can be a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and living space. You are relentless when it comes to getting to the bottom of complex problems, and may be able to draw proper conclusions with limited information.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for creative intuition and the knowledge others bring to the table. You will likely have an unhealthy fear of looking stupid. Conflict responses include disregarding others opinions, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders or stupid and less informed than you, and overemphasizing what you know above the knowledge others bring to the table.

Achiever Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to seek practical means of achieving status, success, and control over your own life and destiny. Your goal is primarily associated with personal gains and real-world outcomes that bring security and benefits to the self.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to use your practical experiences as boosters while leveraging your ability to control and direct the most advantageous outcomes for yourself. You desire reliable systems that have proven their worth in the past.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know, you may simply cram to pass. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details or that solves complex math problems.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek entrepreneurial groups, mastermind groups, and relationships that better your standing in the world. You may like physical activities, status, structured environments, and leadership roles defined by who you know and that come with upward movement and promise.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, systematizing, and owning your own space and ideas. You focus on building self-confidence and developing relationships that will advance your position within the world. You focus on innovative and intuitive processes for making progressive upward associations that promise clout.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others if they qualify. You can be suspicious of others and will keep an emotional distance from those who may desire to be close to you.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, ability to advance your ideas, own your own work-space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations. You can be a strong leader who takes personal pride and initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You are likely able to present well and will be direct, practical, and innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for any creative intuition in others. Potential conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions, seeing others as intruders, and overemphasizing your personal needs. Boundaries may be drawn but may contain some wiggle room.

Achiever Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to seek practical means of achieving status, success, and control over your own life and destiny. Your goal is primarily associated with personal gains and real-world outcomes that bring security and benefits to the self.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to use your practical experiences as boosters while leveraging your ability to control and direct the most advantageous outcomes for yourself and your future. You desire reliable systems that have proven their worth in the past.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you know only something about—not everything. Rather than studying to know everything, you may learn just enough to get over the hump. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary trivia or details.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek entrepreneurial groups, mastermind groups, and relationships that better your standing in the world. You may like physical activities, status, and structured environments. You may believe it’s not what you know but who you know. You’ll appreciate leadership roles defined by who you know and that come with an upward movement and promise.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, systematizing, and owning your own space and ideas. You may focus on building self-confidence, and developing relationships that will advance your position within the world. You focus on innovative and intuitive processes for making progressive upward associations that promise clout.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others if they qualify. You can be suspicious of others and will keep an emotional distance from those who may desire to be close to you.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies within your unshakable confidence, ability to advance your ideas, own your own work-space, direct and control your own destiny, manage difficult situations, and learn what you need to know to achieve more. You can be a strong leader who takes personal pride and initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You are likely able to present well and will be direct, practical, and innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for creative intuition in others. Potential conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions, seeing others as intruders, and overemphasizing your personal needs. Boundaries may be drawn but may contain wiggle room when necessary.

Achiever Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to seek practical means of achieving status, success, and control over your own life and destiny. Your goal is primarily associated with personal gains and real-world outcomes that bring security and benefits to the self.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to use your practical experiences as boosters while leveraging your ability to control and direct the most advantageous outcomes for yourself. You desire reliable systems that have proven their worth in the past.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you know everything about. Rather than studying to know something, you may learn everything there is to know about your subject. You like spending inordinate amounts of time in the rational part of your brain that solves math problems.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek knowledge, mastermind groups, and relationships that better your standing in the world and increase your knowledge. You may like physical activities, status, structured environments, and leadership roles defined by both who and what you know and that come with upward movement and promise.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, systematizing, and owning your own space and ideas. You focus on building self-confidence, increasing your knowledge and developing relationships that will advance your position within the world. You focus on innovative and intuitive processes for making progressive upward associations that promise clout.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs are met first. You can be suspicious of others and will keep an emotional distance from those who may desire to be close to you.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies within your unshakable confidence, ability to learn easily, advance your ideas, own your own work-space, direct and control your own destiny, manage difficult situations, and learn everything you need to know. You can be a strong leader who takes personal pride and initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You are likely able to present well on a variety of subjects and are direct, practical, and innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in theoretical matters without respect for creative intuition in others and an excessive need to know why. Potential conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions, seeing others as potential intruders, stupid and less informed than you, and overemphasizing your personal knowledge and needs. Boundaries may be drawn but may contain wiggle room. You may have a fear of looking dumb or ignorant.

Instructor Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to create a distinct difference between you and the rest of the world while expressing your intuitive and innovative ideas among your peers or within a public forum.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to prove your freedom, resourcefulness, autonomy, and independence to the world while schooling and promoting to your peers your innovative, imaginative, and astonishing ideas. You desire the freedom and permission to march to the beat of your own drum without having to wear a conventional strait-jacket.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly promote and enforce the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know, you may simply cram to pass. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details. You will likely rely on your keen intuition and past experiences for decision-making.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek continued education, entrepreneurial groups, mastermind groups, and relationships that allow you to be center stage—presenting to groups and sharing your “out-of-the-box” ideas energize you. Your brain can accept and enjoy the spotlight.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, being the maverick, subversive and spontaneous creative expression, and using your own methodology for making personal gains within the world. You tend to focus on being distinctive and unique while also maintaining influence and affiliation with others.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and independence at any cost. Your unorthodox stratagems may lead to a subversive mentality that can cause you to be different for difference sake rather than your differences being of any real value.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies within your innovative and creative ability, unshakable confidence, ability to advance your ideas, own your own space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations in unconventional ways. You can potentially be a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and living space. You can be direct, expressive, atypical and innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include indulgences related to meeting personal needs and an excessive need to be independent of others and their ideas or the star of the show. Inner conflict responses include excessive autonomy needs with a heavy reliance on what you think other people know to be true.

Instructor Style 2: (Situational learning Style 2) Your main objective is to create a distinct difference between you and the rest of the world while expressing your intuitive and innovative ideas among your peers or within a public forum.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to prove your autonomy and independence to the world, while schooling and promoting to your peers your innovative, imaginative, and individualistic ideas. You desire the freedom and permission to march to the beat of your own drum without having to wear a conventional strait-jacket.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly promote and enforce ideas and rules you have only recently learned about. Rather than studying to know everything, you will know just enough to get you over the hump. You like spending some of your time in the part of your rational brain that wants to know why. You will likely rely on your keen intuition and past experiences coupled with intermittent bursts of knowledge.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek continued education, entrepreneurial groups, mastermind groups, and relationships that allow you to be center stage—presenting to groups and sharing your “out-of-the-box” ideas to your peers energizes you. Your brain desires and enjoys the spot light.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, being the maverick, subversive and spontaneous creative expression, and using your own methodology for making personal gains within the world. You tend to focus on being different and unique while also maintaining influence and affiliation with others.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and independence at any cost. Your unorthodox stratagems may lead to a subversive mentality that can cause you to be different for difference sake rather than your differences being of any real value.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies within your innovative and creative ability, unshakable confidence, ability to advance your ideas, own your own space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations in unconventional ways. You can potentially be a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and living space. You can be direct, expressive, atypical and innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence related to meeting personal needs and an excessive need to be independent of others and their ideas or the star of the show. Inner conflict responses include excessive autonomy needs with a heavy reliance on what you think other people know to be true.

Instructor Style 3: (Cognitive learning Style 3) Your main objective is to create a distinct difference between you and the rest of the world while expressing your intuitive and innovative ideas among your peers or within a public forum.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to prove your autonomy and independence to the world, while schooling and promoting to your peers your innovative, imaginative, and individualistic ideas. You desire the freedom and permission to march to the beat of your own drum without having to wear a conventional strait-jacket.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly promote and enforce the ideas and rules you have learned through excessive study. Rather than studying to know something, you will want to know everything. You like spending time in the part of your brain that wants to know why. You will likely rely on your keen intuition and past experiences coupled with your deep neural knowledge-bank.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek continued education, entrepreneurial groups, mastermind groups, and relationships that allow you to be center stage—presenting to groups and sharing your “out-of-the-box” ideas energize you. Your brain desires and enjoys instruction and the spotlight.

Focus: You usually focus on personal gains, being the maverick, subversive and spontaneous creative expression, and using your own methodology for making personal gains within the world. You tend to focus on fascinating ideas and being different and unique while also maintaining influence and affiliation with others.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than fully understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and personal independence at any cost. Your unorthodox stratagems may lead to a subversive mentality that can cause you to be different for difference sake rather than your differences being of any real value.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies within your innovative and creative ability, unshakable confidence, ability to advance your ideas, own your own space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations in unconventional ways. You can potentially be a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and living space. You can be direct, expressive, and theoretically innovative.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence related to meeting personal needs and an excessive need to study and to be independent of others and their ideas or the star of the show. Inner conflict responses include excessive autonomy needs with a heavy reliance on new and improved information. You may have a deep fear of looking dumb.

Pragmatist Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to develop efficient, functional, and practical, methods of achieving moderate management over your own life and destiny as well as the lives of others who will allow it. You desire to establish structured systems and reliable routines for life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to achieve a balanced and cooperative relationship with the world and those people who will have a direct effect upon it in an effort to manage its outcomes by establishing order, routine, and reliable systems for living.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly push the ideas and rules you may know little about. Rather than studying to know, you may simply know just enough to pass. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with complex, unimportant or unnecessary details. You will likely rely on your practical horse sense, past experiences, and real-world thinking.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek some control, structure, and dependable means to achieve real-world results, which may include leading, management opportunities, cooperative environments where your views can be levied on others, and entrepreneurial exploits.

Focus: You will likely focus on leading others through life’s maze through levelheaded team efforts, structured reasoning, and street-smart routines that have worked in the past. You rely heavily on past experiences, common sense, and your current knowledge.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your somewhat static (rigid) mindset disables you from thinking too far outside the box or appreciating the diversity of ideas offered by others. Rather than seeking out and digging deep for new insights, you tend to rely on what you already know. Your over-reliance on what you “think” is right may block you from knowing what to do or doing the right thing.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to manage and work with others who think along the same lines as you do without overly vacillating. You are structured in your thinking and you can easily rely upon proven and already established methods for accomplishing tasks.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a moderate decreased passion for controlling your own space with a high need for structured environments and outcomes. Inner conflict responses may include excessive black and white or either/or thinking even when all the facts may allow wiggle room. You may also be tempted to strictly enforce your own ideas on others and hold them to your standards for living.

Pragmatist Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to develop efficient, functional, and practical, methods of achieving moderate management over your own life and destiny as well as the lives of others who will allow it. You desire to establish structured systems and reliable routines for life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to achieve a balanced and cooperative relationship with the world and those people who will have a direct effect upon it in an effort to manage its outcomes by establishing order, routine, and reliable systems for living.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference is situational. Rather than studying to know everything, you may only focus on what get’s you over the hump. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with complex, unimportant or unnecessary details. You will likely rely on your practical horse sense, past experiences, and real-world thinking.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks control, structure, and dependable means to achieve real-world results, which may include leading, management opportunities, instructing, and cooperative environments. You will usually seek control, structure, and principled standards for living within a reliable closed system. This may include religious groups, clubs, fraternities, and other groups where established beliefs are upheld and enforced.

Focus: You will likely focus on leading others through life’s maze through levelheaded team efforts, structured reasoning, and intellectual discoveries that enhance and contribute to already established truths.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your somewhat static (rigid) mindset disables you from thinking too far outside the box or appreciating the diversity of ideas offered by others. Rather than seeking out and digging deep for new insights, you tend to rely on what you already know or think you know. Your over-reliance on what you “think” is right may block you from knowing what to do or doing the right thing.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to manage and work with others who think along the same lines as you do without overly vacillating. You are structured in your thinking and you can easily rely upon proven and already established methods for accomplishing tasks.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a moderate decreased passion for controlling your own space with a high need for structured environments and outcomes. Inner conflict responses may include excessive black and white or either/or thinking even when all the facts may allow wiggle room. You may also be tempted to strictly enforce your own ideas on others and hold them to your standards for living.

Pragmatist Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to develop smart, efficient, functional, and practical, methods of achieving moderate management over your own life and destiny as well as the lives of others who will allow it. You desire to establish structured systems and reliable routines for life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to achieve a balanced and cooperative relationship with the world and those people who will have a direct effect upon it in an effort to manage its outcomes by establishing order, routine, and reliable systems for living.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference will have an excessive need to uncover, discover, and recover the truth/facts about anything. You will have a practical/analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in rational complex thought. Your capacity for useful insight and absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks education, control, structure, and dependable means to achieve real-world results, which may include leading, management opportunities, instructing, and cooperative environments. You will usually seek control, structure, and principled standards for living within a reliable closed system. This may include religious groups, clubs, fraternities, and other groups where established beliefs are upheld and enforced.

Focus: You will likely focus on leading others through life’s maze through levelheaded team efforts, structured reasoning, and intellectual discoveries that enhance and contribute to already established truths.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your strict static mindset disables you from thinking outside the box or appreciating the diversities between other people’s ideas. You are less open to the ideas and beliefs of others and will likely rely heavily upon proven new and established facts and data that you uncover through your own efforts.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to manage and work with others who think along the same lines without waffling. You are structured in your thinking and will go to great lengths to research and unearth reliable truths for systematically living out your convictions.

Potential Inner Conflicts: Inner conflicts associated with your style include moderate or decreased passion for controlling your space with a high need for structured outcomes and the facts of a matter. Inner conflict responses may include excessive black and white and either/or thinking combined with over-analyzing or over-indulgent need for the truth.

Maintainer Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to maintain and even-keeled view of the world while not overstepping bounds or delving into any extremes that may cause you to stand out among others or to veer from the acceptable social norms most people expect.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to achieve a balanced and cooperative relationship with the world system and those people who will have a direct effect on you in an effort to manage outcomes carefully without leaning too heavily towards any extremes or excessive ideas.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can gently push the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know, you will learn enough to get by. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details. You will likely rely on your balanced intuition and past reliable experiences.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek the status-quo within the areas of life and work and will seek simple and serene activities that won’t overstretch your values or appear immoderate to others, thus keeping you in line with 68 percent of the population.

Focus: Your primary focus is on developing simple predictable strategies that allow you to blend with the culture including but not limited to avoiding over-thinking, imagining new things, or over-controlling your environment.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your lack of passion impedes with your ability to make quick, risky or bold gains in your space. Your lack of attention to cognitive reason and complex thinking may disable you from quickly achieving the results you may desire.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to maintain middle ground and avoid extremes and excesses that may create unwanted exposure to unnecessary challenges or inconvenient controversies. Your indifference to individualism can help you achieve the trust of others, equilibrium, and non-threatening appearance.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a moderate or decreased passion for self-mastery and the unquestionable truth as others see it. Inner conflict responses may include not digging into important matters deep enough when necessary and a nonchalant approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities.

Maintainer Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to maintain and even-keeled view of the world while not overstepping bounds or delving into any extremes that may cause you to stand out among others or veer from the acceptable social norms most people expect.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to achieve a balanced and cooperative relationship with the world system and those people who will have a direct effect on you in an effort to manage outcomes carefully without leaning too heavily towards any extremes or excessive ideas.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can gently push the ideas and rules you understand. Rather than studying to know everything, you will learn enough to get you to your next step. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details. You will likely rely on your balanced intuition and past reliable experiences.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek the status-quo within the areas of life and work and will seek simple and serene activities that won’t overstretch your values or appear immoderate to others, thus keeping you in line with 68 percent of the population.

Focus: Your primary focus is on developing simple predictable strategies that allow you to blend with the culture including but not limited to avoiding over-thinking, imagining new things, or over-controlling your environment.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your lack of passion impedes with your ability to make quick, risky or bold gains in your space or to achieve your dreams. Your lack of attention to risk, cognitive reason and complex thinking may disable you from quickly achieving all the results you may desire.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to maintain middle ground and avoid extremes and excesses that may create unwanted exposure to unnecessary challenges or inconvenient controversies. Your indifference to individualism can help you achieve the trust of others, equilibrium, and non-threatening appearance.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a moderate or decreased passion for self-mastery and the unquestionable truth as others see it. Inner conflict responses may include not digging into important matters deep enough when necessary and a nonchalant approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities.

Maintainer Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your objective is to maintain and even-keeled view of the world while investigating hidden truths that may elude you. You are on a mission of continued discovery of that which you don’t know and you will go to great lengths to find out the answers to uncommon or complex questions.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to uncover, discover, and recover truth in the world. You adore complex and cerebral thinking and will spend inordinate amounts of time thinking and planning complex thoughts and inquiries about matters you care about.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference will mean an excessive need to unearth the truth/facts about most anything of interest. You will have a creative/analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in unconventional/rational thought. Your capacity for useful insight and absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek extended educations, experimentation, investigations, analytical discovery and interesting theories. You will likely involve yourself in thinking, reading, researching, discovery, and investigative analysis.

Focus: You will likely focus on discovering all there is to know about a thing while avoiding extremes and maintaining a steady vision of the world.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your lack of passion impedes your ability to make quick, risky or bold gains in your space or to achieve your dreams. Your excessive attention to cognitive reason and complex thinking may disable you from quickly achieving the results you may desire by getting bogged down in the weeds.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to maintain middle ground and avoid extremes and excesses that may create unwanted exposure to unnecessary challenges or inconvenient controversies. Your indifference to individualism can help you achieve the trust of others, equilibrium, and non-threatening appearance.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a moderate or decreased passion for self-mastery and an excessive dependence on unquestionable truth. Inner conflict responses may include analysis-paralysis, a fear of looking stupid in front of people, and a lack of marginal risk-taking.

Freedom Seeker Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to seek and establish freedom, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while seeking “out-of-the-box” approaches to problems, challenges, and opportunities.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find alternative “out-of-the-box” approaches to creating the life you want as well as opportunities to present your self-directed ideas to the world. You will see your maverick approaches to tasks as worthy and acceptable regardless of others opinions to the contrary.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can gently push the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know, you will learn enough to get by. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details. You will rely on your creative intuition and past experiences. You are a quick and intuitive learner.

Energizing Activities: You may seek the spotlight through presenting, teaching, innovating, or within groups where you play a larger role in developing and expressing your own ideas.

Focus: You will focus on intuitive presentations, teachings, and creative expressions that involve unorthodox, boundary-pushing innovations while drawing unconventional, subversive, and maverick differences between others and yourself.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take an unconventional or controversial approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities in an effort to explore differences and separate yourself from the status-quo. If you’re a low compliant thinker you may guess rather than take the time to explore all aspects of a situation before making an important decision.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box, push the boundaries, move the goalpost, and develop unconventional ideas. You’re a creative problem solver who takes the time to “experience” the world around you while showing others how to take more chances. You believe there’s more than one way to skin a cat and may innovate your way to the top.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out from others within the world while not gaining the necessary knowledge and confidence to support your rebel spirit. You may also run the risk of dreaming more and doing less. At times you might feel like a unicorn or creative dreamer.

Freedom Seeker Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to seek and establish freedom, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while seeking “out-of-the-box” approaches to problems, challenges, and opportunities.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find alternative “out-of-the-box” approaches to creating the life you want as well as opportunities to present your self-directed ideas to the world. You will see your maverick approaches to tasks as worthy and acceptable regardless of others opinions to the contrary.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can gently push the ideas and rules you have recently learned. Rather than studying to know everything, you will learn enough to get you over the hump. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or unnecessary details unless it’s something you love. You will rely on your creative intuition and past experiences. You are a quick and intuitive learner.

Energizing Activities: You may seek the spotlight through presenting, teaching, innovating, or within groups where you play a larger role in developing and expressing your own ideas.

Focus: You will focus on intuitive presentations, teachings, and creative expressions that involve unorthodox, boundary-pushing innovations while drawing unconventional, subversive, and maverick differences between others and yourself.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take an unconventional or controversial approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities in an effort to explore differences and separate yourself from the status-quo. If you’re a low compliant thinker you may guess rather than take the time to explore all aspects of a situation before making an important decision.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box, push the boundaries, move the goalpost, and develop unconventional ideas. You’re a creative problem solver who takes the time to “experience” the world around you while showing others how to take more chances. You believe there’s more than one way to skin a cat and may innovate your way to the top.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out from others within the world while not gaining the necessary knowledge and confidence to support your rebel spirit. You may also run the risk of dreaming more and doing less. At times you might feel like a unicorn or creative dreamer.

Freedom Seeker Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to seek freedom, knowledge, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while seeking “out-of-the-box” and well thought out approaches to problems, challenges, and opportunities.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find alternative “out-of-the-box” approaches to creating the life you want as well as uncovering, discovering, and recovering the truth behind what really interests you. Teaching others what you know and presenting to others makes your brain feel good.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you spend a lot of time researching and accumulating facts to support your intuitive, complex, and interesting ideas. Your excessive need to know will drive you deeper into the learning experience.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks the spotlight through presenting, teaching, and innovating, or through groups where they play a larger role in developing and expressing their own ideas.

Focus: You usually focus on presentations, teachings, and creative expressions that involve unorthodox, boundary-pushing, subversive innovations while seeking to learn new and unconventional ideas from people you admire or want to emulate.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take an unconventional or more controversial approach to subjects matters in an effort to highlight the differences that separate you from the status-quo.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think innovatively, push the envelope, and expand your ideas well beyond the norm. You are a creative problem solver who takes the time to seek and find the necessary truths around issues while teaching others and learning how to leverage your calculated risks.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out among others within the world with little reliance on your excessive knowledge, which would accompany you in avoiding the pitfalls that accompany your rebel spirit. You may also run the risk of thinking or you may imagine more than you may be willing to do. At times you might feel like a unicorn or an unconventional dreamer.

Forfeiter Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to seek creative, cooperative, and traditional avenues of assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people, difficult circumstances, and strong ideas.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to cooperate with others through creative expression without abandoning traditional and predictable methods that have worked in the past. Meeting the needs of others while forfeiting your own needs will make you feel accomplished and trustworthy within the world.

Learning Preference: You will not be interested in over-investing or over-indulging your rational mind through excessive study or investigation. This is known as intuitive or fractured learning. You learn more through intuition, past experience, and instinct rather than exploring arduous learning paths involving textbooks, excessive seek and find, or classroom settings.

Energizing Activities: You will usually seek quiet and creative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, hobbies, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative solutions to solving other people’s problems.

Focus: You usually focus on assisting others and their needs while neglecting your own. Finding creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose or support a meaningful cause is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may see mundane work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming rather than doing what you love.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is two-fold and lies in your ability to think unconventionally and go with your gut feelings. You are a creative person who is likely excessively benevolent, cooperative, and usually principled. You think in a strict, boxed manner and may walk a straight line for fear of being a bad person.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style can include surrender to the circumstances and a desire to set a standard blueprint for others to follow. If it’s right for you it’s right for everyone. Holding others to your strict standards of living in the world may block you from experiencing stronger relationships that include differences. You may at times be overly hard on yourself.

Forfeiter Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is to seek creative, cooperative, and traditional avenues of assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people, difficult circumstances, and strong ideas.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to cooperate with others through creative expression without abandoning traditional and predictable methods that have worked in the past. Meeting the needs of others while forfeiting your own needs will make you feel accomplished and trustworthy within the world.

Learning Preference: You will be interested in learning enough to get you over the hump without excessive study or investigation. This is known as intuitive or situational learning. You will learn through equal parts intuition and investigation and will do a deeper dive when focused on information more meaningful to you.

Energizing Activities: You will usually seek quiet and creative outlets, creative expression, situational learning, the outdoors, hobbies, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative solutions to solving other people’s problems.

Focus: You usually focus on assisting others and their needs while neglecting your own. Finding creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose or support a meaningful cause is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may see mundane work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming rather than doing what you love or breaking out of your unwanted patterns.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think unconventionally, find creative solutions, and go with your gut feelings. You are a creative person who is likely excessively benevolent, cooperative, and usually principled. You think in a strict, boxed manner and may walk a straight line for fear of being a bad person.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style can include surrender to the circumstances and a desire to set a standard blueprint for others to follow. If it’s right for you it’s right for everyone. Holding others to your strict standard of living in the world may block you from experiencing stronger relationships that include differences. You may at times be overly hard on yourself.

Forfeiter Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to seek new knowledge, creativity, cooperative environments, and traditional avenues of assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people and unnecessary conflicts.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to cooperate with others through creative expression without abandoning traditional and predictable methods of doing it. Meeting others needs while forfeiting your own will make you feel accomplished and trustworthy in the world.

Learning Style: Your basic learning preference will have an excessive need to uncover, discover, and recover the truth/facts about anything. You will have an experimental/analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in reactive visceral instinct. Your capacity for useful insight and absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: You usually seek quiet and creative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, crafts, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative solutions to solving other people’s problems in unique ways.

Focus: You may focus on assisting others and their needs while inadvertently neglecting your own. Finding creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose or support a meaningful cause is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may see mundane work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming or thinking rather than doing more of what you love.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, discover the truth, and go with your gut. You are a creative problem solver who is likely benevolent, cooperative, and usually principled. You think in a strict sense and may walk a straight line. You will go to great lengths to find the truth about what interests you.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style can include surrender to the circumstances and a desire to set a standard blueprint for others to follow. If it’s right for you it’s right for everyone. Holding others to your standards may block you from experiencing stronger relationships that include differences. You may spend too much time looking for answers you already have and may feer looking dumb.

Story Teller Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is to seek autonomy as well as creative, cooperative, and traditional avenues of assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people and ideas.

Basic Desire: You will have an original/unconventional approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities and may find it hard to be understood by others. When faced with established rules, systems, or protocols, you may display a standalone Gypsy-Spirit that defies conventional thought.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you may know little about. Rather than studying to know, you might cram to pass. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that solves math problems. You are better at relying on your intuition and instincts.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to solving personal as well as other people’s problems.

Focus: You will likely focus on creative expression and assist others and their needs while oftentimes neglecting your own. Finding creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose in the world is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may see mundane work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming rather than doing what you love. You will be interested in gaining enough practical knowledge to solve immediate problems, but will not likely pursue knowledge for knowledge’s sake.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, present ideas well, and express with your intuition. You are a creative problem solver who is likely benevolent, cooperative, and usually unconventional.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to innovate without accessing the knowledge to support it. Certain causes and missions may sidetrack you and take president overachieving what you really want in life.

Story Teller Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) basic desire is to cooperate with others through creative expression while exploring alternative methods of making a difference. Meeting others needs while largely sacrificing their own will make you feel accomplished and trustworthy. This style usually seeks creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to solving personal as well as other people’s problems.

Story Teller Style 2: (Situational Style 2) Your main objective is to seek autonomy as well as creative, cooperative, and traditional avenues of learning and assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people and ideas.

Basic Desire: You will have an original/unconventional approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities and may find it hard to be understood by others. When faced with established rules, systems, or protocols, you may display a standalone Gypsy-Spirit that defies conventional thought.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you study enough to get yourself over the hump but may fail to go any deeper. You may rely more on instinct and past experience as opposed to digging too deep into complex ideas or problems.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative expression, the arts, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to solving personal as well as other people’s problems.

Focus: You will likely focus on creative expression and assist others and their needs while oftentimes neglecting your own. Finding creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose in the world is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want regardless of what you know. You may see mundane work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming rather than doing what you love. You will be interested in gaining enough practical knowledge to solve immediate problems, but will not likely pursue knowledge for knowledge’s sake.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, present ideas well, and express with your intuition. You are a creative problem solver who is likely benevolent, cooperative, and usually unconventional.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a greater need to innovate without overly accessing the knowledge you already have to support it. Certain causes and missions may sidetrack you and take president overachieving what you really want in life.

Story Teller Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is to seek new knowledge, creativity, cooperative environments, and traditional avenues of assisting others with their life goals while sidestepping challenging people and unnecessary conflicts.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to seek knowledge and to cooperate with others through creative expression while allowing some unconventional methods of doing it. Meeting others needs while not fighting for your own will make you feel accomplished and trustworthy.

Learning Preference: You will have an excessive need to uncover, discover, and recover the truth and facts about many interesting subjects. You will have a creative and highly analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in unconventional thought. Your large capacity for useful and intuitive insight while absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks cognitively challenging and creative outlets, complex problem-solving, creative and complex thinking, the outdoors, deep thought, imaginative expression, the sciences, and alternative solutions to solving others human or environmental problems.

Focus: Your style usually focuses on finding difficult yet creative solutions to thorny problems. Discovering creative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose or support a meaningful cause is commonplace for your type. You’re also interested in coming into contact with unconventional experiences involving the self and others.

Potential Blockers: Your potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may see non-creative work as a necessary evil and therefore may put more energy into dreaming, deep analytical thought, and solving complex problems, rather than just doing what you love.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box and create alternative solutions. You are innovative to some degree and one who is likely very benevolent, cooperative, and untied to conventional or over-structured thinking.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a greater need to innovate while feeling restricted by your need to seek the truth by uncovering all the facts before deciding what to do.

Nonconformist Style 1: (General Style 1) Your main objective is resigning yourself to enjoying the life you have while experiencing the world around you in creative and meaningful ways. You are typically interested in environmental cause and effect strategies useful to the enhancement of the earth and its inhabitance as well as unconventional approaches to life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find creative ways to express your inner creativity and experience your surroundings. You will seek personal fulfillment through unconventional and creative expression, inspirational activities, and “out of the box” thinking.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you will not be interested in using your rational mind through excessive study to solve problems and you will not likely pursue knowledge for knowledge’s sake. This is known as intuitive learning; where you learn more through intuition, past experience, and original instinct rather than taking the arduous path involving textbooks, tedious lessons, or lackluster classroom settings.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks a mission or cause greater than yourself to invest your time, intuition, and talent into where returns can be both rewarding and helpful to your personal psyche, without unnecessary conflicts or confrontations.

Focus: You will usually focus on attractive presentations, teachings, and creative experiences that involve nature or your own tribe for the purpose of making an unconventional difference in the world. You may be active in volunteering your time, resources, and talent to worthy or environmental causes.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a back seat and don’t drive your agenda to a conclusion. Oftentimes appreciating the spotlight, you may inadvertently focus too much attention on your own issues. You can be somewhat insecure and may only project an illusion of self-confidence that may falter if someone calls your bluff.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think “outside the box” and work tirelessly for a cause or mission larger than yourself. You’re an intuitive and imaginative thinker who takes the time to “experience” the world around you as opposed to just passing through it without a sense of meaning or real impact.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a predisposition to sacrificial thinking or yielding your position when things get tough. At times you may find yourself settling for what you can get instead of fighting for what you deserve.

Nonconformist Style 2: (Situational Learning Style 2) Your main objective is resigning yourself to enjoying the life you have while experiencing the world around you in creative and meaningful ways. You are typically interested in environmental cause and effect strategies useful to the enhancement of the earth and its inhabitance as well as unconventional approaches to life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find creative ways to express your inner creativity and experience your surroundings. You will seek personal fulfillment through unconventional and creative expression, inspirational activities, and “out of the box” thinking.

Learning Preference: Rather than studying to know everything, you will learn likely enough to get you over the hump. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that gets bogged down with unimportant or boring details unless it’s something you love or are passionate about. You can easily rely on your creative intuition and past experiences for moving forward. You are a quick and intuitive learner.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks a mission or cause greater than yourself to invest your time, intuition, and talent into where returns can be both rewarding and helpful to your personal psyche, without unnecessary conflicts or confrontations.

Focus: You will usually focus on attractive presentations, teachings, and creative experiences that involve nature or your own tribe for the purpose of making an unconventional difference in the world. You may be active in volunteering your time, resources, and talent to worthy or environmental causes.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a back seat and don’t drive your agenda to a conclusion. Oftentimes appreciating the spotlight, you may inadvertently focus too much attention on your own issues. You can be somewhat insecure and may only project an illusion of self-confidence that may falter if someone calls your bluff.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think “outside the box” and work tirelessly for a cause or mission larger than yourself. You’re an intuitive and imaginative thinker who takes the time to “experience” the world around you as opposed to just passing through it without a sense of meaning or real impact.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a predisposition to sacrificial thinking or yielding your position when things get tough. At times you may find yourself settling for what you can get instead of fighting for what you deserve.

Nonconformist Style 3: (Cognitive Style 3) Your main objective is resigning yourself to enjoying the life you have while experiencing the world around you in creative and meaningful ways. You are typically interested in environmental cause and effect strategies useful to the enhancement of the earth and its inhabitance as well as unconventional approaches to life and work.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to find creative ways to express your inner creativity and experience your surroundings. You will seek personal fulfillment through unconventional and creative expression, inspirational activities, and “out of the box” thinking.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you spend a lot of time researching and accumulating facts to support your intuitive, complex, and interesting ideas. Your excessive need to know will drive you deeper into the learning experience. You are a quick and intuitive learner with an intellectual mind.

Energizing Activities: Your style usually seeks a mission or cause greater than yourself to invest your time, intuition, and talent into where returns can be both rewarding and helpful to your personal psyche, without unnecessary conflicts or confrontations.

Focus: You will usually focus on attractive presentations, teachings, and creative experiences that involve nature or your own tribe for the purpose of making an unconventional difference in the world. You may be active in volunteering your time, resources, and talent to worthy or environmental causes.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a back seat and don’t drive your agenda to a conclusion. Oftentimes appreciating the spotlight, you may inadvertently focus too much attention on your own issues. You can be somewhat insecure and may only project an illusion of self-confidence that may falter if someone calls your bluff.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think “outside the box” and work tirelessly for a cause or mission larger than yourself. You’re an intuitive and imaginative thinker who takes the time to “experience” the world around you as opposed to just passing through it without a sense of meaning or real impact.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a predisposition to sacrificial thinking or yielding your position when things get tough. At times you may find yourself settling for what you can get instead of fighting for what you deserve.

Enforcer Style 1:  Your main objective is to seek practical applications, authority equal to or greater than your responsibility, position power, and control over your own space as well as those who may find themselves within your space.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to structure, direct, and to willingly take and maintain control of your space and destiny. You are strongly self-interested and self-directed (not to be confused with selfish) and will work long and hard to gain what you believe belongs to you. You desire to own your personal work, space, and life.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce the ideas and rules you know little about on others. Rather than studying to know, you may quickly cram to pass. You may not like spending time in the part of your brain that methodically and painstakingly sifts through the unnecessary details or that solves difficult math problems.

Energizing Activities: You will usually seek entrepreneurial groups, physical fitness activities that prove your winning side, status, structured environments, and leadership roles with upward movement. You desire to win your competitions and may see others as opponents instead of allies.

Focus: You will likely focus on practical applications, structuring, systematizing, owning your own ideas, building self-confidence, and fabricating relationships that will assist in advancing your position within the world. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard no-nonsense lines and functioning within them is commonplace with your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your only desire is to direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs are met or others qualify for your costly attention.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, your ability to own your own space, the need to direct and control your own destiny, and to manage difficult and complex situations. You are a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You tend to only work within real-world systems that function well.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for others’ creative imagination or intuition. Conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions and ideas, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders rather than partners, and overemphasizing personal needs over others.

Enforcer Style 2:  Your main objective is to seek practical applications, authority equal to or greater than your responsibility, position power, and control over your own space as well as those who may find themselves within your space.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to structure, direct, and to willingly take and maintain control of your space and destiny. You are strongly self-interested and self-directed (not to be confused with selfish) and will work long and hard to gain what you believe belongs to you. You desire to own your personal work, space, and life.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly enforce your ideas and rules on others. Rather than studying to know everything, you will gather only the information you need. You may not like spending time methodically and painstakingly sifting through unnecessary details.

Energizing Activities: You will usually seek entrepreneurial groups, physical fitness activities that prove your winning side, status, structured environments, and leadership roles with upward movement. You desire to win your competitions and may see others as opponents instead of allies.

Focus: You will likely focus on practical applications, structuring, systematizing, owning your own ideas, building self-confidence, and fabricating relationships that will assist in advancing your position within the world. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard no-nonsense lines and functioning within them is commonplace with your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when your only desire is to direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs are met or others qualify for your costly attention.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, your ability to own your own space, the need to direct and control your own destiny, and to manage difficult and complex situations. You are a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and life. You tend to only work within real-world systems that function well.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for others’ creative imagination or intuition. Conflict responses include disregarding others creative opinions and ideas, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders rather than partners, and overemphasizing personal needs over others.

Enforcer Style 3:  Your main objective is to seek knowledge, practical applications, and authority equal to or greater than your responsibility. You will likely seek position power, and control over your own work-space as well as those who may find themselves within your space. You seek to know everything associated with moving forward and gaining the things you want and the upper hand in situations.

Basic Desire: Your basic desire is to use your strong mind and excessive need to know the truth as a means to creating the life you want. Your interest is centered on a knowledge of the self (not to be confused with selfish) and your desire to work long and hard to gain what you believe belongs to you. You will likely desire to manage your life in an analytical, conventional, and deliberate way.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference will have an excessive need to uncover, discover, and recover the truth/facts about anything that has a perceived value. You will likely have a very logical/analytical approach to problem-solving deeply rooted in rational thought as opposed to feelings and intuitions. Your capacity for useful insight and absorbing large amounts of information will be one of your greatest strengths.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek continuing education, entrepreneurial groups, and certificates of completion. You may like physical fitness activities, status, structured environments, and leadership roles defined by what you know and that promise upward movement.

Focus: You will focus on learning why something is, systematizing, and owning your decisions and ideas. You focus on building self-confidence and developing relationships that you know will advance your knowledge base, your understanding, and your position within the world. Structuring your surroundings by drawing hard lines and learning everything you need to know about your surroundings is commonplace with your style.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you only direct and control or agree or disagree with others rather than understand their plight. You tend towards self-interest and may meet your own needs first and then the needs of others after your own needs have been met first. You can strongly enforce the rules you follow on others who may not want to follow them. Others may see you as a know-it-all.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your unshakable confidence, ability to advance your learning, own your own work-space, direct and control your own destiny, and manage difficult situations. You can be a strong leader who takes personal initiative in an effort to climb the ladder within your work and living space. You are relentless when it comes to getting to the bottom of complex problems.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include overindulgence in practical matters without respect for creative intuition and the knowledge others bring to the table. You will likely have an unhealthy fear of looking stupid. Conflict responses include disregarding other opinions, drawing strict boundaries that carry harsh consequences when crossed, seeing others as intruders or stupid and less informed than you, and overemphasizing what you know.

Starving Artist 1: Your main objective is to seek freedom and autonomy as well as creative, cooperative, and unconventional avenues of self-expression. Your gypsy spirit mindset will cause you to seek self-expressive venues and opportunities where you can harmonize with your surroundings.

Basic Desire: You will have an original/unconventional approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities and may find it hard to be understood by others. When faced with established rules, systems, or protocols, you may display a standalone wondering spirit that defies conventional thought.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly embrace ideas and rules you may know little about. Rather than studying to know, you might cram to pass. You don’t like spending inordinate amounts of time in the part of your brain that solves math problems. You are better at relying on your intuition and animal instincts.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative expression, the arts, harmonious environments, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to world problems.

Focus: You will likely focus on imaginative expression and finding innovative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose in the world. Seeking inspiring opportunities for your artistic expression is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may put a lot of energy into dreaming bigger than you may be able to do. You may feel misunderstood and might struggle with figuring out your next move.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, tap into your inner self, and express with your intuition. You are a creative thinker who is likely keen, environmentally friendly, and resourceful.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your inspirational style include a high need to innovate without accessing the knowledge to support it. Certain causes and missions may sidetrack you and take precedence over achieving what you really want in life. 

Starving Artist 2: Your main objective is to seek freedom and autonomy as well as creative, cooperative, and unconventional avenues of self-expression. Your gypsy spirit mindset will cause you to seek self-expressive venues and opportunities where you can harmonize with your surroundings.

Basic Desire: You will have an original/unconventional approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities and may find it hard to be understood by others. When faced with established rules, systems, or protocols, you may display a standalone wondering spirit that defies conventional thought.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can strongly embrace ideas and rules you know only something about. You may seek only the information necessary to get you to the next step. You are situational learner relying on your intuition and animal instincts but will do what you must if the knowledge you need escapes you.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative work, the arts, harmonious environments, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to world problems.

Focus: You will likely focus on imaginative expression and finding innovative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose in the world. Seeking inspiring opportunities for your artistic expression is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may put a lot of energy into dreaming bigger than you will actually do. You may feel misunderstood and might struggle with figuring out your next move.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, tap into your inner self, discover truths, and express with your intuition. You are a creative thinker who is likely keen, environmentally friendly, and resourceful.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your inspirational style include a high need to innovate and imagine. You may not be time-sensitive and certain causes and missions may sidetrack you and take precedence over achieving what you really want in life.

Starving Artist 3: Your style is an outlying style. Your main objective is to seek freedom and autonomy as well as complex and creative thought. You will likely be attracted to unconventional ideas and theoretical concepts. Your experimenting mindset may cause you to test boundaries

Basic Desire: You will have an original/unconventional approach to problems, challenges, and opportunities and may find it hard to be understood by others. When faced with established rules, systems, or protocols, you may display a standalone wondering spirit that defies conventional thought.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you spend a lot of time researching and accumulating facts to support your intuitive, complex, and interesting ideas. Your excessive need to know will drive you deeper into the learning experience. You are a quick and intuitive learner with an intellectual mind.

Energizing Activities: You will likely seek creative and innovative outlets, creative expression, the outdoors, imaginative work, the arts, harmonious environments, and alternative and sometimes-unconventional solutions to world problems.

Focus: You will likely focus on imaginative expression and finding innovative and alternative solutions that produce a sense of purpose in the world. Seeking inspiring opportunities for your artistic expression is commonplace for your type.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you settle for what you can get as opposed to fighting for what you want. You may put a lot of energy into dreaming bigger than you will actually do. You may feel misunderstood and might struggle with figuring out your next move.

Potential Strengths: Your strength is three-fold and lies in your ability to think outside the box, tap into your inner self, discover truths, and express with your intuition. You are a creative thinker who is likely keen, environmentally friendly, and resourceful.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your inspirational style include a high need to innovate, over-investigate, and imagine. You may not be time-sensitive and certain causes, concepts, and missions may sidetrack you and take precedent over achieving what you really want in life.

Yearner Style 1: Your main objective is to seek and establish freedom, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while at the same time, regulating and establishing important boundaries.

Basic Desire: You will yearn for alternative approaches to creating the life you want as well as opportunities to present your self-directed ideas to the world. Although you may think like an individualist you may end up doing what is traditionally expected in the end.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can gently push the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know, you may only learn enough to get by. You tend to rely on your creative intuition and past successes when gathering information for moving ahead.

Energizing Activities: You may yearn for the spotlight through presenting, teaching, innovating, or within traditional groups where you play a larger role in developing and expressing your own ideas but may lack the courage to make it happen.

Focus: You will focus on systematic, traditional presentations and learnings salted with some creative expression that involve “how you believe things ought to be.” You may at times think of pushing boundaries but in the end, might second guess yourself.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a conventional or traditional approach to problems, and opportunities when what you really want is to be separated from the status-quo. You may experience a strong desire to be independent but may experience trepidation when it comes to pushing the envelope.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box and develop unconventional ideas. You’re a creative problem solver who takes the time to “experience” the world around you while showing others how to live within a reliable and safe system.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out from others within the world while not gaining the necessary knowledge and confidence to support your imaginative spirit. You may also run the risk of dreaming more than you are willing to do. At times you might feel like breaking out of your prison.

Yearner Style 2: Your main objective is to seek and establish freedom, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while at the same time, regulating and establishing important boundaries.

Basic Desire: You will yearn for alternative approaches to creating the life you want as well as opportunities to present your self-directed ideas to the world. Although you may think like an individualist you may end up doing what is traditionally expected in the end.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you may gently push the ideas and rules you know little about. Rather than studying to know everything, you will focus on what you need. You tend to rely more on your creative intuition and past successes when gathering information for moving ahead.

Energizing Activities: You may yearn for the spotlight through presenting, teaching, innovating, or within traditional groups where you play a larger role in developing and expressing your own ideas but may lack the courage to make it happen. 

Focus: You will focus on systematic, traditional presentations and learnings salted with some creative expression that involve “how you believe things ought to be.” You may at times think of pushing boundaries but in the end, might second guess yourself.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a conventional or traditional approach to problems, and opportunities when what you really want is to be separated from the status-quo. You may experience a strong desire to be independent but may experience trepidation when it comes to pushing the envelope.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box and develop unconventional ideas. You’re a creative problem solver who takes the time to “experience” the world around you while showing others how to live within a reliable and safe system.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out from others within the world while not gaining the necessary knowledge and confidence to support your imaginative spirit. You may also run the risk of dreaming more than you are willing to do. At times you might feel like breaking out of your prison.

Yearner Style 3: Your main objective is to seek knowledge and to establish freedom, autonomy, independence, and control of your own space and time, while at the same time, learning, regulating, and establishing important boundaries.

Basic Desire: You will yearn for alternative approaches to creating the life you want as well as opportunities to present your self-directed ideas to the world. Although you may think like an individualist you may end up doing what is traditionally expected in the end.

Learning Preference: Your basic learning preference means you can spend long hours studying and researching the things you love. Although you can rely on your creative intuition and past successes when gathering information, desire to learn new things may consume you.

Energizing Activities: You may yearn for the spotlight through presenting, teaching, innovating, or within traditional groups where you play a larger role in developing and expressing your own ideas but may lack the courage to make it happen.

Focus: You will focus on systematic, traditional presentations and learnings salted with some creative expression that involve “how you believe things ought to be.” You may at times think of pushing boundaries but in the end, might second guess yourself.

Potential Blockers: Potential blockers are created when you take a conventional or traditional approach to problems, and opportunities when what you really want is to be separated from the status-quo. You may experience a strong desire to be independent but may experience trepidation when it comes to pushing the envelope.

Potential Strengths: Your strength lies in your ability to think outside the box and develop unconventional ideas. You’re a creative innovator who takes the time to dig deep while showing others how to live within a reliable and safe system.

Potential Conflicts: Inner and outer conflicts associated with your style include a high need to stand out from others within the world while uncovering information necessary to support your imaginative spirit. You may also run the risk of dreaming more than you are willing to do. At times you might feel like breaking out of your prison.