You are most like The Entertainer
Entertainers are driven by creating experiences and engaging with the world and particularly the people in it. They tend to be outgoing, original, agile, energetic, joyful and lighthearted.
Entertainers are typically joyful and fun-loving, and love engaging with the world and the people around them.
Typical Entertainers are the complete picture of an outgoing and socially engaging character. They tend make friends quickly and often don’t mind being at the center of any group interaction, and they relish sharing exciting and stimulating experiences with others. They are original thinkers who can be a force for creating new experiences or coming up with new ideas that contribute fun and joy to any setting. They tend to be agile and able to shift their personality to different people and situations as they see fit—almost like a performer capable of playing different roles or characters. They tend not to take life too seriously, and others often rely on them for their positivity and ability to lighten the mood. They can be welcome companions in a variety of settings.
Other distinguishing characteristics include having a higher-than-normal energy level that, when combined with their higher-extraverting style, allows them to exert themselves for lengthy periods without seeming to tire out. Being with people recharges their batteries, and feeling socially isolated can drain them. They are typically less timid or modest, and may even be inclined to “show off” at times – in some cases, they may be perceived as a bit self-absorbed, even if they don’t intend it.
It takes a lot of energy to be on in the ways typical Entertainers tend to be. Entertainers are adept at living in the moment, relishing the spotlight, and engaging fully in the experiences around them, though they may get restless when they feel bored, alone, or too settled down. Learning to find balance—including finding comfort being by themselves, reflecting on what matters most, and not being overly dismissive of things that may need to be taken seriously—can be valuable for their wellbeing.
- Being extraverted, socially engaging, and outgoing
- Creating and engaging in new ideas and experiences
- Bringing joy and humor to any situation using their unique energy and zest for life and people
- Shifting their style and behavior to fit the situation and the audience
- Having a deep reservoir of energy and stamina
Entertainer Growth Needs
- Finding comfort in alone time and personal reflection
- Not dismissing things that need to be taken seriously or the people that take them more seriously
- Learning to “share the stage” with others rather than just show what they can do themselves
- Building a sense of self that doesn’t fully rely on those they’re with and the connection or attention they get from them
Archetypes are organized into groups that share a common set of fundamental traits.
Your top archetypes fall into Enthusiasts and Creators groups
Enthusiast tend to be highly expressive and often witty and light-hearted. They eagerly engage with others to advance mutual causes.
Creators tend to be excited by novelty and disruptive of conventional ways of thinking and doing.
Creative measures how people like to think and innovate, as well as the kind of environment they prefer. It is comprised of three facets: Originality, Curiosity, and Nonconformity.
People with high scores have a deep passion for learning and coming up with novel ideas and new things. They prefer environments in which they can explore new concepts and ways of doing things, and feel stifled in rigid, static environments that are more “set in stone.” People with very high scores may be rebellious and chafe at following rules. On the other hand, those with low scores prefer using tried and true knowledge and skills, as well as maintaining tradition. They tend to be more comfortable with set routines and in environments where they can focus on more rote activities and concrete tasks.
Conceptual describes a preference for thinking abstractly and philosophically by identifying and understanding the deeper patterns and connections behind phenomena.
People with high scores prefer to think in terms of abstractions, theories, and models. They love exploring intangible ideas and concepts, and the deeper understanding they generate. They catch on to complex concepts quickly and new ways of thinking and learning. People with low scores prefer to think more concretely or literally and less philosophically. They may see those who score high as a bit impractical or “pie in the sky” and can be attracted to more straightforward and actionable solutions to problems.
Extraverted describes how people prefer to engage with the world of people, opportunities, and experiences around them. It is comprised of three facets: Gregarious, Engaging, and Adventurous.
People with high scores have a preference for engaging and talking with people, and being socially bold and adventurous. They tend to be comfortable in groups and are more inclined to talk out their ideas and thinking with others. People with low scores have a preference for being more private, quiet, and socially cautious. Being more introverted, they like to spend time alone or with a few close friends and acquaintances. They tend to be more comfortable thinking and reflecting by themselves, and be more at ease “behind the scenes” rather than in the spotlight. They tend to cultivate deep and meaningful friendships within their smaller circle of relationships, and prefer not to take the initiative in engaging people they don’t know.
Leadership measures how people engage others in a group, a team, or in the achievement of a shared goal. It is comprised of three facets: Demanding, Taking Charge, and Inspiring.
People with high scores tend to be demanding, ready to take charge, and inspire people to work toward a common vision. They tend to be more assertive in taking the reins and providing direction to others. Those with low scores are more tolerant, passive, and prefer to let others take the lead. They may be more comfortable following than leading.
Flexible describes how people think and respond to change by adjusting to it and being adaptable. It is comprised of three facets: Adaptable, Agile, and Growth-Seeking.
People with high scores tend to prefer change and think it’s important to progress. They tend to enjoy more iterative modes of working and don’t mind changing plans in the middle of a project, as they’re comfortable adapting their tactics as change occurs. They see mistakes as opportunities, not problems, and are comfortable changing their role and interaction style to suit different people and situations. People with low scores tend to favor stability and predictability. They tend to be uncomfortable with and frustrated by unexpected or constant change. They may see change as more disruptive than positive. They tend to be less inclined to look at their own mistakes or the problems they confront as opportunities for improvement, and prefer the comfort of the status quo.
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Davidson Hang is currently in Sales at Cheetah Digital which is a Marketing technology company located in NYC.
Davidson is an avid networker, personal growth- life and business coach.
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