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Charity's Personality Max Report

ISTP, Craftsman, Creator, Introverted, Linguistic, Intrapersonal

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Your Results Snapshot

You have a unique set of traits that make you who you are. The study of personality identifies and organizes your characteristics and behaviors in such a way as to help you better understand yourself. Your Personality Max report is intended to equip you to lead a more effective and fulfilling life.

Your Personality Type is ISTP (Craftsman)

Introverted (I) + Sensing (S) + Thinking (T) + Perceiving (P)
Strength of Charity's Preferences

Your Temperament is SP (Creator)

Sensing (S) + Perceiving (P)
Temperaments in Population

Your Top Intelligences are Linguistic and Intrapersonal

Charity's Multiple Intelligences
Charity's Multiple Intelligences

"Personality is to a man what perfume is to a flower." — Charles M. Schwab

Your Personality Type

Your Personality Type in the Population
Personality Types in Population Legend

Your personality type is ISTP. This is based on your four Preferences: Introversion (I), Sensing (S), Thinking (T) and Perceiving (P).

Many of today's theories of psychological typology are based on the work of Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, who wrote Psychological Types in 1921. He was the founder of analytical psychology, which studies the motivations underlying human behavior.

Your personality type is a detailed classification of the innate characteristics that make you who you are. Each of the four temperaments can be divided into four types, making a total of 16 distinct personality types. As with Temperament, your type is determined by the strength of your preferences.

No personality type is better than another. Each person has a unique set of equally valuable characteristics. Understanding your type can be useful in many ways, including relationships and school or career.

ISTP - The "Craftsman"

ISTP Population

ISTPs are adventurous and independent. They are fearless and thrive on challenging situations. They are gifted problem solvers. Their mechanical and technical nature enables them to operate many kinds of tools and instruments. They are proud of their relatively effortless ability to acquire many skills. They seek freedom and are typically unemotional.

"I love what I do. I take great pride in what I do. And I can't do something halfway, three-quarters, nine-tenths. If I'm going to do something, I go all the way." — Tom Cruise

ISTPs direct their energy inward. They are energized by spending time alone. They are independent and analytical. As Sensors, Craftsmen process information through the five senses. They are practical, concrete and realistic. They live in the moment.

ISTPs by Gender Pie Chart

Craftsmen are objective and logical. They make decisions with their head and can be impersonal. They step away from situations in order to analyze and make adjustments. ISTPs are flexible and not keen on organization. They adapt easily and are able to change tracks midway.

ISTPs are very direct and say what they mean. They sometimes have difficulty with emotionally charged situations or conversations. They do not read between the lines and do not understand why others do. ISTPs usually have a few close friends. They enjoy uncomplicated people with whom they can share adventures.

Craftsmen enjoy mastering a technique. They analyze and adjust until they are able to accomplish their goals. They do not like to just do things. Instead, they desire to make a contribution and have an impact. They are focused on the present and they like to see results. They are always looking for ways to improve their skills and are very adept at problem solving. ISTPs usually prefer to work alone.

Craftsmen are concrete learners. They are mechanically gifted and are often attracted to technical trades. They learn by doing and by experimentation. They are active and find passive learning boring. Craftsmen learn by problem solving.

Craftsmen love to master a skill and are gifted with their hands. The ISTP's greatest contribution is their ability to get things done and problem-solve.

Characteristic of an ISTP

  • Adaptable
  • Logical
  • Independent
  • Active
  • Adventurous
  • Problem solver
  • Self-reliant
  • Analytical
  • Technical
  • Practical
  • Unemotional
  • Flexible
  • Impersonal
  • Logical
  • Concrete
  • Realistic
  • Direct
  • Fearless
  • Positive
  • Handy
  • Objective
  • Hands-on

Typical Strengths

  • Good at listening
  • Self-reliant
  • Handles conflict well
  • Positive outlook on life
  • Excellent at problem solving

Possible Weaknesses

  • Long-term planning can be difficult
  • Uncomfortable in emotional situations
  • Feels trapped easily, needs personal space
  • Can get in trouble when instigating action
  • ISTPs make up 6% of all 16 personality types. Of the SP types, ISTPs are the least common (along with ISFPs). ISTPs are the third most common type among Introverts.
  • 1 in every 12 males is an ISTP (8.5% of all males). 1 in every 28 females is an ISTP (3.5% of all females). Female ISTPs are one of the least common type-gender combinations.
  • There are significantly more male ISTPs than there are female ISTPs, with males outnumbering females by more than 2 to 1. One reason there are more male ISTPs is that males tend to be Thinkers (T) while females are more often Feelers (F).

Your Cognitive Functions

You engage the world through four cognitive functions. Each function is directed outward toward people and surroundings (Extraverted) or inward toward your thoughts (Introverted). Your primary function is Introverted Thinking and secondary is Extraverted Sensing.

Introverted Thinking (Primary Function)

You use this function most often. While Thinking (T), you make decisions based on logic and reason. The Introverted Thinking function enables you to categorize and analyze information that you receive. It is the ability to identify inconsistencies and know how things work as well the ability to solve problems.

Extraverted Sensing (Secondary Function)

Your use of this function is somewhat high. Through Sensing (S), you process data with your five senses. The Extraverted Sensing function allows you to process life through your experiences. It is being aware of what is seen, smelled, touched, heard and tasted. It is being energized by experience and living "in the moment."

Introverted Intuition (Tertiary Function)

You use this function but to a lesser degree. With Intuition (N), you process data through impressions, possibilities and meanings. Introverted Intuition enables you to have a sense about the future. It is the ability to grasp a pattern or plan. Information commonly hard to understand and dissect is more easily processed through Introverted Intuition.

Extraverted Feeling (Least Function)

You use this function least of the four. When Feeling (F), you make decisions based on feelings. The Extraverted Feeling function allows you to tune your behavior to the needs of others. Is it the ability to relate and the desire to connect with others with warmth and consideration as well as draw others out and responds to expressed or unexpressed needs.

Famous People of Your Type

Here is a sampling of famous people and fictional characters that are likely to be ISTPs like you.

  • Zachary Taylor
    American President
  • Charles Bronson
    Actor
  • Tom Cruise
    Actor
  • James Dean
    Actor
  • Clint Eastwood
    Actor, Director
  • Burt Reynolds
    Actor
  • Keith Richards
    English Guitarist/Singer
  • Frank Zappa
    Guitarist
  • John Malkovich
    Actor
  • Judy Finnigan
    British TV Star
  • Robin Cook
    British Politician
  • Katharine Hepburn
    Actress
  • Avril Lavigne
    Singer
  • Chuck Yeager
    U.S. Air Force Officer
  • Antony Worrall Thompson
    British Celebrity Chef
  • Alan Shepherd
    Astronaut
  • Michael Jordan
    Athelete (Basketball, Baseball)
  • Bruce Lee
    Martial Artist, Actor
  • Rocky Balboa
    Rocky Films
  • John Milner
    American Grafitti
  • Archibald "Harry" Tuttle
    Brazil
  • Brett
    Alien
  • Verna
    Miller's Crossing
  • Maggie Fitzgerald
    Million Dollar Baby
  • Butch Coolidge
    Pulp Fiction
  • Blondie
    The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Elvira Hancock
    Scarface
  • Han Solo
    Star Wars
  • Boba Fett
    Star Wars

Career Matches for Your Type

ISTPs may find satisfaction with the following careers which tend to match well with their Craftsman personality. This list is not exhaustive and these are not guaranteed to be perfect matches for you but this may be a helpful starting point if you are planning to pursue a new career.

  • Athlete
  • Carpenter
  • Construction Worker
  • Mechanic
  • Military
  • Motorcyclist
  • Paramedic/EMT
  • Farmer
  • Firefighter
  • Forensic Pathologist
  • Pilot
  • Police Officer
  • Probation Officer
  • Detective
  • Driver
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Engineer
  • Steelworker
  • Transportation Operative
  • Entrepreneur
  • Human Resources
  • Marketer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Specialist
  • Project Manager
  • Sales Agent
  • Scientist
  • Systems Analyst
  • Technical Specialist
  • Business Analyst

Your Temperament

Your Temperament in the Population Your temperament is SP since you lean toward the Sensing (S) and Perceiving (P) preferences. We identify your temperament by the strength of your Preferences. Many psychologists, philosophers and other thinkers have for centuries proposed that there are four temperaments that can describe a person.

Temperament is a more broad classification than Personality Type. Each of the four temperaments is like an umbrella over four related personality types (for a total of 16 personality types).

SP - The "Creator"

Creators (SPs) are naturally artistic, brave and adaptable. They appreciate the beauty in nature, fashion and decoration. Their adventurous nature makes them excitable, energetic and spontaneous. Driven by their curiosity and playfulness, Creators are willing to try almost anything. They are likable and popular as they love to tell a good story or joke.

Creators are flexible in different situations and with different types of people. They love being the center of attention. They learn best through their senses, in interesting environments and when the information is practical. Their love for people and interest in business makes them gifted negotiators. Creators usually do not enjoy elaborate discussions or analysis.

SP Population by Gender
"I don't understand it. Jack will spend any amount of money to buy votes but he balks at investing a thousand dollars in a beautiful painting." — Jacqueline Kennedy

Famous Creators

  • Lucille Ball
    Actress (I Love Lucy)
  • Jack Nicholson
    Actor
  • Madonna
    Singer, Actress
  • Simon Peter
    Disciple of Jesus
  • Ernest Hemingway
    Novelist
  • Eddie Murphy
    Actor, Comedian
  • Mozart
    Composer
  • Elizabeth Taylor
    Actress
  • Donald Trump
    American President
  • Elvis Presley
    Singer, Actor
  • Bill Clinton
    American President
  • Michael Jordan
    Basketball Player
  • Pablo Picasso
    Painter, Sculptor
  • Kyle Petty
    NASCAR Driver
  • Marie Antoinette
    Queen of France
  • Ronald Reagan
    American President
  • Marilyn Monroe
    Actress, Singer
  • Chuck Yeager
    U.S. Air Force Pilot
  • James Dean
    Actor
  • Bruce Lee
    Martial Artist, Actor
  • Jacqueline Kennedy
    American First Lady
  • Vincent Vega
    Pulp Fiction
  • Maggie Fitzgerald
    Million Dollar Baby
  • Homer Simpson
    The Simpsons
  • Louie DePalma
    Taxi
  • Sonny Corleone
    The Godfather
  • James Bond
    James Bond Films
  • Tim Taylor
    Home Improvement

Creator Career Matches

SP's are commonly skilled at and often find satisfaction with the following careers.

  • Paramedic/EMT
  • Police
  • Detective
  • Pilot
  • Sales Agent
  • Farmer
  • Athlete
  • Photographer
  • Musician
  • Artist
  • Comedian
  • Actor
  • SPs (Creators) make up about one-third of the general population.
  • There are slightly more male SPs than there are female.
  • Many of the world's most talented artists, entertainers and athletes have been SPs.

Your Preferences

Your preferences are Introversion (I), Sensing (S), Thinking (T) and Perceiving (P).These determine your Personality Type and Temperament.

There are four pairs of opposite preferences. Everyone has a greater tendency toward one preference than the other in each pair. For example, in the Thinking (T) vs. Feeling (F) dichotomy, you personally have a stronger tendency toward Thinking (T). Each preference has a single letter (such as "F") that identifies it.

Extraversion vs. Introversion in You

Extravert/Introvert Population Pie Chart Extraversion (E) and Introversion (I) are opposite preferences. Your natural tendency toward one is stronger than the other. Extraversion and Introversion describe how a person directs their energy either outwardly toward people and activities or inwardly toward thoughts and ideas. Of the two, your dominant preference is Introversion. Although everybody exhibits characteristics of each preference to some degree, you can be referred to as an Introvert.

  • You are 115% more Introverted than the average
  • You are part of the minority of people who are primarily Introverted
  • Males on average are slightly more Introverted than females

Your Extraversion (E)

Strength of Charity's Extraversion (E) Extraversion is characterized by a preference to focus on the world outside the self. Extraverts are energized by social gatherings, parties and group activities. Extraverts are usually enthusiastic, gregarious and animated. Their communication style is verbal and assertive. Extraverts often need to talk. They enjoy the limelight.

  • Sociable
  • Energized by interaction
  • Assertive
  • Gregarious
  • Talkative
  • Enthusiastic
  • Expressive
  • Volunteers personal info
  • Many friends
  • Easy to approach
  • Enjoys groups

Your Introversion (I)

Strength of Charity's Introversion (I) Introversion is characterized by a preference to focus on the inside world. Introverts are energized by spending time alone or with a small group. They find large group gatherings draining because they seek depth instead of breadth of relationships. Introverts process information internally. They are often great listeners.

  • Energized by time alone
  • Private
  • Keeps to self
  • Quiet
  • Deliberate
  • Internally aware
  • Fewer friends
  • Prefers smaller groups
  • Peaceful
  • Independent
  • Thinks before speaking
  • Enjoys solitude

Sensing vs. Intuition in You

Sensor/Intuitive Population Pie Chart You use Sensing (S) and Intuition (N) to receive and process new information either by using your five senses or in more abstract ways. Both preferences in this pair are used by everybody to some degree. With that said, you can be classified as Sensor since your dominant preference is Sensing.

  • You are 24% more Sensing than the average
  • You are part of the majority of people who are primarily Sensing
  • Females on average are slightly more Sensing than males

Your Sensing (S)

Strength of Charity's Sensing (S) Sensors focus on the present. They are "here and now" people. They are factual and process information through the five senses. They see things as they are because they are concrete and literal thinkers. They trust what is certain. Sensors value realism and common sense. They like ideas with practical applications.

  • Concrete
  • Realistic
  • Lives in the present
  • Aware of surroundings
  • Notices details
  • Practical
  • Goes by senses
  • Factual
  • Trusts certainty
  • Values common sense

Your Intuition (N)

Strength of Charity's Intuition (N) Intuitive people live in the future. They are immersed in the world of possibilities. They process information through patterns and impressions. Intuitive people value inspiration and imagination. They gather knowledge by reading between the lines. Their abstract nature attracts them toward deep ideas, concepts and metaphors. They can see the "big picture" and are analytical.

  • Future-focused
  • Sees possibilities
  • Inventive
  • Imaginative
  • Deep
  • Abstract
  • Idealistic
  • Complex
  • Theoretical
  • Philosophical

Thinking vs. Feeling in You

Thinker/Feeler Population Pie Chart The Thinking (T) and Feeling (F) preference pair refers to how you make decisions, either by objective logic or subjective feeling. Your dominant preference is Thinking so you can be classified as a Thinker. Each of the two preferences are employed by everybody at different times and to different degrees.

  • You are 31% more Thinking than the average
  • Thinkers like you make up about half of the population
  • The majority of males are Thinkers while the majority of females are Feelers

Your Thinking (T)

Strength of Charity's Thinking (T) Thinking people are objective. They make decisions based on facts. They are ruled by their head instead of their heart (but are not without emotion). Thinking people judge situations and others based on logic. They value truth over tact and can easily identify flaws. They are critical thinkers and oriented toward problem solving.

  • Logical
  • Objective
  • Decides with head
  • Seeks truth
  • Rational
  • Impersonal
  • Critical thinking
  • Thick-skinned
  • Firm with people
  • Driven by thought

Your Feeling (F)

Strength of Charity's Feeling (F) Feeling people are subjective. They make decisions based on principles and values. They are ruled by their heart instead of their head. Feeling people judge situations and others based on feelings and extenuating circumstances. They seek to please others and want to be appreciated. They value harmony and empathy.

  • Decides with heart
  • Dislikes conflict
  • Passionate
  • Driven by emotion
  • Gentle
  • Easily hurt
  • Empathetic
  • Caring
  • Warm
  • Subjective

Judging vs. Perceiving in You

Judger/Perceiver Population Pie Chart Judging (J) and Perceiving (P) are how you interact with the world outside yourself, either in a structured or flexible manner. All people use both of these preferences to different degrees but one is more dominant. Since your dominant preference is Perceiving, you can be referred to as a Perceiver.

  • You are 6% more Perceiving than the average
  • You are part of the slight minority of people who are primarily Perceiving
  • Males on average are slightly more Perceiving than females

Your Judging (J)

Strength of Charity's Judging (J) Judging people think sequentially. They value order and organization. Their lives are scheduled and structured. Judging people seek closure and enjoy completing tasks. They take deadlines seriously. They work then they play. The Judging preference does not mean judgmental. Judging refers to how a person deals with day-to-day activities.

  • Decisive
  • Controlled
  • Completes projects
  • Organized
  • Structured
  • Scheduled
  • Quick at tasks
  • Responsible
  • Seeks closure
  • Makes plans

Your Perceiving (P)

Strength of Charity's Perceiving (P) Perceivers are adaptable and flexible. They are random thinkers who prefer to keep their options open. Perceivers thrive with the unexpected and are open to change. They are spontaneous and often juggle several projects at once. They enjoy starting a task better than finishing it. Perceivers play as they work.

  • Adaptable
  • Relaxed
  • Random
  • Carefree
  • Spontaneous
  • Changes tracks midway
  • Keeps options open
  • Procrastinates
  • Dislikes routine
  • Flexible

Your Multiple Intelligences

Your top three intelligences are Linguistic, Intrapersonal and Visual.

Relative Comparison of Charity's
Multiple Intelligences

Howard Gardner, a graduate of Harvard University and a developmental psychologist, developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences in 1986. Gardner believes that intelligence, the way it has traditionally been understood (logically, as with I.Q. tests), does not explain the wide variety of human abilities. The theory of Multiple Intelligences suggests that we excel with different types of intelligence.

In addition to being logical and Number Smart, a person might also be Word Smart, People Smart or Picture Smart. Gardner has identified several intelligences: Verbal/Linguistic, Logical/Mathematical, Visual/Spatial, Bodily/Kinesthetic, Musical, Intrapersonal, Interpersonal and Naturalist.

Your Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence

Your Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence is very strong. See how you compare to other ISTPs and the general population.

Strength of Charity's Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence

About Verbal/Linguistic Intelligence

People with Linguistic intelligence love words. They enjoy reading and writing. Linguistic people are often gifted at learning languages. They appreciate the complexities of sentence structure, word structure, meaning and sound. They savor convoluted words and are quick at learning them. They possess rich vocabularies.

School is an area in which people with Linguistic intelligence often do well. They enjoy lectures and taking notes. They also have the ability to teach others and communicate complex concepts. People with Linguistic intelligence are adept at communicating through the written word and seek to hone their skills.

"A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with language." — W. H. Auden

Characteristics of Linguistic Intelligence

  • Enjoys writing
  • Good at editing
  • Avid Reader
  • Uses fancy words
  • Enjoys word games
  • Speaks of what they read
  • Remembers quotes
  • Likes puns and rhymes
  • Enjoys foreign languages
  • Loves English class

Possible Careers for High Linguistic Intelligence

  • Copywriter
  • Court Reporter
  • Editor
  • Journalist
  • Lecturer
  • Broadcaster/Newscaster
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Teacher
  • Translator/Interpreter
  • Writer

Your Intrapersonal Intelligence

Intrapersonal is one of your stronger intelligences. A comparison of your score with others is represented in this chart.

Strength of Charity's Intrapersonal Intelligence

About Intrapersonal Intelligence

People with intrapersonal intelligence are adept at looking inward and figuring out their own feelings, motivations and goals. They are quintessentially introspective. They analyze themselves and seek understanding. People with intrapersonal intelligence are intuitive and usually introverted. They learn independently and through reflection.

Philosophy, psychology and theology are often of interest to people with intrapersonal intelligence. They enjoy journaling because it helps them learn about themselves. They are also good at helping others understand themselves. They are able to predict the reactions of themselves and others.

"No one ever told me that grief felt so like fear." — C. S. Lewis

Characteristics of Intrapersonal Intelligence

  • Intuitive
  • Self-aware
  • Spends time reflecting
  • Likes to learn about self
  • Philosophical
  • Independent
  • Enjoys journaling
  • Works well alone
  • Usually introverted
  • Interested in self-employment

Possible Careers for High Intrapersonal Intelligence

  • Entrepreneur
  • Farmer
  • Historian
  • Inventor
  • Librarian
  • Philosopher
  • Psychologist
  • Scientist
  • Theologian
  • Writer

Your Visual/Spatial Intelligence

Visual/Spatial is one of your stronger intelligences. The strength of your Visual intelligence is graphed below.

Strength of Charity's Visual/Spatial Intelligence

People with Visual/Spatial intelligence are very aware of their surroundings and are good at remembering images. They have a keen sense of direction and often enjoy maps. They have a sharp sense of space, distance and measurement.

People with Visual intelligence learn well through visual aids such as graphs, diagrams, pictures and colorful displays. They usually enjoy visual arts such as drawing, painting and photography. They can visualize anything related to art, fashion, decoration and culinary design before creating it.

"I think I understand something about space. I think the job of a sculptor is spatial as much as it is to do with form." — Anish Kapoor

Characteristics of Visual Intelligence

  • Notices colors and shapes
  • Can visualize anything
  • Good at visual puzzles
  • Enjoys geometry
  • Loves to draw and paint
  • Enjoys photography
  • Appreciates books with pictures
  • Good with directions
  • Remembers places vividly
  • Good at artistic composition

Possible Careers for High Visual Intelligence

  • Architect
  • Art Director
  • Artist
  • Computer Animator
  • Fashion Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Interior Decorator
  • Photographer
  • Video Editor
  • Web Designer

Your Logical/Mathematical Intelligence

Your Logical/Mathematical Intelligence is moderately strong. Your score along with the averages of others is represented below.

Strength of Charity's Logical/Mathematical Intelligence

About Logical/Mathematical Intelligence

People with Logical intelligence process information through logic and reason. They are attracted to investigation by means of the scientific method. They do well with quantitative methods that rely on the researcher's ability to observe and reach a verifiable conclusion.

They dislike nebulous assumptions and subjective analysis. Instead, they trust hard facts and numerical data. They seek accuracy and precision in their learning and work. Their mind is complex and works like a computer. Logical Intelligence thrives on mathematical models, measurements, abstractions and complex calculations.

"A good designer must rely on experience, on precise, logic thinking; and on pedantic exactness. No magic will do." — Niklaus Wirth

Characteristics of Logical Intelligence

  • Rational
  • Objective
  • Good at strategy games
  • Likes numbers
  • Seeks precision
  • Grasps complex data
  • Factual
  • Logical
  • Good at math
  • Appreciates science

Possible Careers for High Logical Intelligence

  • Accountant
  • Computer Programmer
  • Engineer
  • Financial Planner
  • Lawyer/Attorney
  • Mathematician
  • Medical Doctor
  • Military Officer
  • Scientist
  • Technical Writer

Your Naturalist Intelligence

Your Naturalist Intelligence is moderately strong. You can compare your score with the averages of others below.

Strength of Charity's Naturalist Intelligence

People with Naturalist intelligence have a sensitivity to and appreciation for nature. The Naturalist intelligence focuses on how people relate to their natural surroundings. Naturalists have a special ability to grow plants, vegetables and fruit. They have an affinity for animals and are good at training and understanding them.

Naturalists can easily distinguish patterns in nature. They are aware of and intrigued by weather phenomena. They are good at discovering the wonders of nature. Naturalists love to walk, climb, camp and hike. They enjoy the outdoors. People with Naturalist intelligence are inspired and rejuvenated by nature.

"Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent schoolmasters, and teach some of us more than we can ever learn from books." — John Lubbock

Characteristics of Naturalist Intelligence

  • Notices natural patterns
  • Learns through natural contact
  • Upset by pollution
  • Comfortable with animals
  • Good at gardening
  • Appreciates plants
  • Appreciates scenic views
  • Inspired by nature
  • Enjoys outdoor activities
  • Aware of weather changes

Possible Careers for High Naturalist Intelligence

  • Animal Trainer
  • Breeder
  • Farmer
  • Park Ranger
  • Geologist
  • Horticulturist
  • Landscaper
  • Marine Biologist
  • Veterinarian
  • Zookeeper

Your Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence

Bodily/Kinesthetic is not one of your primary intelligences. View your score below along with a comparison of averages by gender.

Strength of Charity's Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence

About Bodily/Kinesthetic Intelligence

People with Kinesthetic intelligence learn through movement and experimentation. They enjoy sports and activities that require physical exertion and mastery. Some Kinesthetic people enjoy the artistic side of movement such as dance or any kind of creative movement. These artistic types enjoy acting and performing in front of an audience.

People with Kinesthetic intelligence enjoy building things and figuring out how things work. They like to use their hands and are very active. They have excellent motor skills and coordination. They are very physical and are keenly aware of their bodies.

"Coming from a farming background, I saw nothing out of the ordinary in running barefoot, although it seemed to startle the rest of the athletics world." — Zola Budd

Characteristics of Kinesthetic Intelligence

  • Learns by doing
  • Well-coordinated
  • Good with hands
  • Enjoys sports
  • Seeks excitement
  • Very active
  • Crafty
  • Energetic
  • Enjoys the outdoors
  • Athletic

Possible Careers for High Kinesthetic Intelligence

  • Actor/Actress
  • Athlete
  • Carpenter
  • Construction Worker
  • Farmer
  • Firefighter
  • Park Ranger
  • Mechanic
  • Paramedic/EMT
  • Physical Therapist

Your Musical Intelligence

Musical is not one of your primary intelligences. See how you compare to other ISTPs and everybody else.

Strength of Charity's Musical Intelligence

About Musical Intelligence

People with Musical intelligence recognize sounds and tones with ease. They appreciate music and rhythm. They have a "good ear" for music and can easily learn songs and melodies. They notice when someone is singing off-key. People with musical intelligence are good at imitating sounds or other people's voice or intonation.

Rhythm and music can be a way for them to memorize concepts. Some people with musical intelligence are especially gifted at composing, singing or playing an instrument. They often have a song running through their head. They often learn well through lectures since they are highly auditory.

"If a composer could say what he had to say in words he would not bother trying to say it in music." — Gustav Mahler

Characteristics of Musical Intelligence

  • Highly auditory
  • Can memorize songs
  • Has good rhythm
  • Notices off-key notes
  • Enjoys different sounds
  • Likes to sing
  • Whistles or taps foot
  • Talented with instruments
  • Gifted at composing
  • Sensitive to noise

Possible Careers for High Musical Intelligence

  • Choir Director
  • Composer
  • Conductor
  • Disc Jockey
  • Music Teacher
  • Musician
  • Record Producer
  • Singer
  • Songwriter
  • Studio Technician

Your Interpersonal Intelligence

Interpersonal is not one of your primary intelligences. The strength of your Interpersonal intelligence is shown on this chart.

Strength of Charity's Interpersonal Intelligence

About Interpersonal Intelligence

People with Interpersonal intelligence thrive with social interaction. They are gifted at establishing rapport with strangers and make friends easily. They are adept at reading, empathizing and understanding others. People with Interpersonal intelligence work well with others and often have many friends. They are masters at collaboration.

Interaction, dialogue and lively discussions are ways in which people with Interpersonal intelligence learn. They are enthusiastic and lively. Others often seek them out for advice, help and comfort. They are good at making others feel welcome and often reach out to outsiders. They are inclusive of others. The more the merrier.

"I'm more interested in interpersonal relationships—between lovers, families, siblings. That's why I write about how we treat each other." — Terry McMillan

Characteristics of Interpersonal Intelligence

  • Extraverted
  • Enjoys social events
  • Loves crowds
  • Empathetic
  • Enjoys teaching others
  • Has many friends
  • Enjoys team sports
  • Counsels others
  • Loves meeting new people
  • Sensitive to others

Possible Careers for High Interpersonal Intelligence

  • Clergy
  • Counselor
  • Diplomat
  • Politician
  • Public Relations
  • Receptionist
  • Sales Agent
  • Social Worker
  • Supervisor
  • Teacher

Your Career Matches

Earlier in your report, general career matches were shown for your personality type, temperament and intelligences. Listed below are careers related specifically to your personal results across many categories (top matches in bold). Keep in mind that these are only suggestions. There are other careers that you might enjoy.

  • Architect
  • Artist
  • Athlete
  • Carpenter
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Specialist
  • Construction Worker
  • Detective
  • Driver
  • Editor
  • Electrical Engineer
  • Engineer
  • Entrepreneur
  • Farmer
  • Fashion Designer
  • Firefighter
  • Forensic Pathologist
  • Graphic Designer
  • Historian
  • Human Resources
  • Interior Decorator
  • Inventor
  • Journalist
  • Librarian
  • Marketer
  • Mechanic
  • Military
  • Motorcyclist
  • Broadcaster/Newscaster
  • Paramedic/EMT
  • Philosopher
  • Photographer
  • Pilot
  • Police Officer
  • Probation Officer
  • Project Manager
  • Psychologist
  • Scientist
  • Speech Pathologist
  • Steelworker
  • Teacher
  • Theologian
  • Translator/Interpreter
  • Transportation Operative
  • Web Designer
  • Writer

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Further Learning

"Personality is that which is most intimate to me—that by which I must act out my life. It is that by which I belong to man, that by which I am able to reach after God; and He has given to me this pearl of great price. It is an immortal treasure; it is mine, it is His, and no man shall pluck it out of His hand." — Hugh Reginald Haweis