You are 14% Rational, 57% Extroverted, 0% Brutal, and 71% Arrogant.
As the Lord as my witness, I swear upon the good book that you are indeed the TELEVANGELIST! Characterized by extreme arrogance, self-assurance, and extroversion, you would make a very charismatic leader (though not a very good one). On top of that, you are also more intuitive than rational, predisposing you to a more spiritual or emotional outlook on life. Thus, you are thoroughly irrational, and you tend to think that sound logical reasoning is overrated, and that it is much better to trust your gut instincts–which must be pretty big instincts, considering the size of your gut. You also tend to be rather gentle and considerate of others’ feelings. Clearly, you would make the perfect televangelist. You could easily fleece people of their money and their dignity like so many sheep. Emotional, extroverted, arrogant, and gentle, you annoy the hell out of people who have to listen to the feel-good, intuitive shit spewing from your mouth. Not only that, but people may look down on you as a self-centered asshat. So while you are gentle and genuinely care about others, it is quite clear that you still care about yourself MORE. Why is your personality flawed? Because you are too damned extroverted, emotional, and arrogant. So preach your irrational message, brotha-man! I assure you, no one will be listening. Except for a few bums. But they just want you to feed them crackers and wine.
To put it less negatively:
1. You are more INTUITIVE than rational.
2. You are more EXTROVERTED than introverted.
3. You are more GENTLE than brutal.
4. You are more ARROGANT than humble.
This is actually pretty funny to me because by most measures I am an Introvert, meaning I get most of my energy and inspiration from internal sources.Â However, in recent years, meaning the last 5 or so, I’ve become more and more outgoing and comfortable in situations with strangers or where I need to lead a group.Â So maybe I’m becoming more extroverted as I age.Â I definitely relate to the arrogance thing though, not that I necessarily feel I have rational reasons for it, but I’ve had that since I was young.Â Just irrational belief in myself and my ability to succeed.. does that count as arrogance?Â As for Intuitive vs. Rational, I’m pretty well balanced between the two, though Intuition tends to win head-to-head battles.Â I go with my gut.
Ok, anyone else gonna try this?
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