Personality Test "Select a Shape"

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Personality Test "Select a Shape"

  1. 1. Select<br /> a shape<br />
  2. 2. triangle<br />circle<br />rectangle<br />box<br />squiggle<br />
  3. 3. <ul><li> very organised
  4. 4. very focussed
  5. 5. Strong leader
  6. 6. Stylish
  7. 7. full of "status symbols“
  8. 8. likes to be the boss and to be in control
  9. 9. the ability to delegate
  10. 10. highly opinionated political
  11. 11. typically not broad thinkers.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li> a creature of comfort
  12. 12. a socialite enjoying a good </li></ul> social life both within and <br /> out of the workplace<br /><ul><li> have many friends
  13. 13. very caring and sensitive </li></ul> people<br />
  14. 14. <ul><li> The RECTANGLE PERSON</li></ul>isn't the most organised person <br />you are every likely to meet.<br /><ul><li>This lack of focus and great </li></ul> deal of indecision and <br /> inconsistency<br /><ul><li>they are very forgetful
  15. 15. the only predictable thing about a </li></ul> Rectangle is that they are <br /> unpredictable <br />,<br />rectangle<br />
  16. 16. <ul><li> The BOX PERSON (also known as the Square), </li></ul>is the most organised<br /><ul><li> very tidy, logical and practical
  17. 17. highly intolerant of sloppy work.
  18. 18. most knowledgeable of the Shapes.
  19. 19. some of the Box's most positive traits are their </li></ul>dependability, "perseverance and patience.“<br /><ul><li> The Box believes in the mantra "Clean </li></ul>desk...organised mind."<br />
  20. 20. <ul><li>exceptionally creative, </li></ul>flamboyant, dramatic, <br />and witty.<br /><ul><li>Squigglesviewthemselves </li></ul> as being unique<br /><ul><li>and challenging the </li></ul> "status quo". . <br />
  21. 21. Reference:<br />Susan E. Dellinger, Ph.D.<br />http://www.drsusan.net/aboutSusan.html<br />

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