Temperament Profile Assesment
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Instructions: For each grouping of statements, read through all four and choose the statement that you find to be the most accurate description of yourself. Do not overthink, simply choose the option that naturally jumps out to you first.

1. Will take on new and daring enterprises with a determination to master them.
Easily fits and is comfortable in any situation.
Full of life; lively use of hand, arm, and face gestures.
Likes to examine the parts for their logical and proper relationships.

2. Sees one project through to its completion before starting another.
Full of fun and good humor.
Convinces through logic and fact rather than charm or power.
Seems undistrubed and tranquil and retracts from any form of strife.

3. Easily accepts any other's point of view or desire with little need to assert his or her own opinion.
Willingly gives up his or her own personal being for the sake of or to meet the needs of others.
Sees being with others as an opportunity to be cute and entertaining rather than as a challenge or business opportunity.
Determined to have one's own way.

4. Having regard for the needs and feelings of others.
Has emotional feelings but rarely displays them.
Turns every situation, happening, or game into a contest and always plays to win!
Can win others over to anything through the sheer charm of his or her personality.

5. Renews and stimulates or makes others feel good.
Treats others with deference, honor, and esteem.
Self-restrained in expression of emotion or enthusiasm.
Able to act quickly and effectively in virtually all situations.

6. Easily accepts circumstance or situation.
Intensively cares about others and what happens.
Independent and can fully rely on his or her own capabilities, judgement, and resources.
Full of life and excitement.

7. Prefers to work out a detailed arrangement beforehand for the accomplishment of projects or goals and prefers involvement with the planning stages and the finished project rather than carrying out the task.
Unmoved by delay, remains calm and tolerant.
Knows it will turn out right if he or she is in charge.
Urges or compelts others to go along, join, or invest through the charm of his or her personality.

8. Confident, rarely hesitates or wavers.
Prefers all of life to be impulsive, unpremeditated activity, not restricted by plans.
Makes - and lives according to - a daily plan; dislikes his or her plan being interrupted.
Quiet, doesn't easily instigate a conversation.

9. Having a methodical, systematic arrangement of things.
Accommodating, is quick to do it another's way.
Speaks frankly and without reserve.
Sunny disposition who convinces self and others that everything will turn out alright.

10. A responder rather than an initiator, seldom starts a conversation.
Consistently reliable, steadfast, loyal, and devoted, sometimes beyond reason.
Sparkling sense of humor that can make virtually any story into a hilarious event.
A commanding personality whom others would hesitate to take a stand against.

11. Willing to take risks, fearless, bold.
Is upbeat and fun to be with.
Deals with people tactfully, sensitively, and patiently.
Does everything in proper order with a clear memory of all the things that happen.

12. Consistently in good spirits and promoting happiness in others.
Stays emotionally on an even keel, responding as one might expect.
Interests involve both intellectual and artistic pursuits, such as theatre, symphony and ballet.
Self-assured and certain of own ability and success.

13. Visualizes things in their perfect form and has a need to measure up to that standard himself or herself.
Self-sufficient, self-supporting, self-confident, and seems to have little need of help.
Never says or causes anything unpleasant or objectionable.
Encourages others to work, join, or be involved, and makes the whole thing fun.

14. Openly expresses emotion, especially affection, and doesn't hesitate to touch others while speaking to them.
Has quick, conclusive, judgement-making ability.
Exhibits "dry wit," usually one-liners that can be sarcastic in nature.
Intense and often introspective with a distaste for surface conversation and pursuits.

15. Consistently finds himself or herself in the role of reconciling differences to avoid conflict.
Participates in or has a deep appreciation for music; is committed to music as an art form, rather than the fun of performance.
Driven by a need to be productive, is a leader whom others follows, finds it difficult to sit still.
Loves a party and can't wait to meet everyone in the room; never meets a stranger.

16. Considerate, remembers special occasions, and makes kind gestures.
Holds on firmly, stubbornly, and won't let go until the goal is accomplished.
Constantly talking, telling funny stories, and entertaining everyone around, feels the need to fill silence in order to make others comfortable.
Easily accepts the thoughts and ways of others without the need to disagree with or change them.

17. Always seems to be willing to hear what others have to say.
Faithful to a person, ideal, or job, sometimes beyond reason.
Is a natural-born director who is driven to be in charge and often finds it difficult to believe that anyone else can do the job.
Full of life, vigorous, energetic.

18. Easily satisfied with what he or she has, rarely envious.
Commands leadership and expects people to follow.
Organizes life by making lists, forms, or graphs.
Precious, adorable, center of attention.

19. Places high standards on himself or herself, and often on others, desiring that everything be in proper order at all times.
Easygoing, easy to be around, easy to talk with.
Must constantly be working or achieving, often finds it very difficult to rest.
Life of the party, and therefore much desired as a party guest.

20. A bubbly, lively personality, full of energy.
Fearless, daring, forward, unafraid of risk.
Consistently desires to conduct himself or herself within the realm of what he or she feels is proper.
Stable, middle-of-the-road personality, not subject to sharp highs or lows.

21. Shows little facial expression or emotion.
Shrinks from getting attention, a result of his or her self-consciousness.
Showy, flashy, comes on strong, too loud.
Commanding, domineering, sometimes overbearing in adult relationships.

22. Lack of order permeates most every area of his or her life.
Finds it difficult to relate to the problems or hurts of others.
Tends to not get excited, often feeling it won't work anyways.
Has difficulty not forgiving or forgetting a hurt or injustice done to them, likely to hold onto a grudge.

23. Unwilling or struggles against getting involved, especially when a situation is complex.
Often holds ill feelings as a result of real or imagined offenses.
Strives, works against or hesitates to accept any way but his or her own.
Retells stories and incidents to entertain without realizing he or she has already told the story several times before, constantly needs to have something to say.

24. Insistent over petty matters or details, calling for a great attention to trivial things.
Often experiences feelings of deep concern, apprehension, or anxiousness.
Lack of memory, which is usually tied to a lack of discipline, and not bothering to mentally record things that aren't fun.
Straightforward, outspoken, and doesn't mind telling others exactly what he or she thinks.

25. Finds it difficult to endure irritation or wait for others.
Is apprehensive or lacks confidence.
Finds it difficult to make any decision at all (NOT the personality that labors long over each decision in order to make the perfect one).
Is more of a talker than a listener, starts speaking without even realizing someone is already speaking.

26. Intensity and demand for perfection can push others away.
Has no desire to listen or become interested in clubs, groups, activities, or other people's lives.
May be ecstatic one moment and down the next, or willing to help then disappears, or promises to come but forgets to show up.
Finds it difficult to verbally or physically demostrate tenderness openly.

27. Insists on having his or her own way.
Has no consistent way of doing things.
Has standards set so high that it is difficult to ever satisfy them.
Slow to get moving and hard to get involved.

28. Has a middle-of-the-road personality without highs or lows, and shows little, if any, emotion.
Hopes for the best but generally sees the downside of a situation first.
Has great self-esteem and sees himself or herself as always right and the best person for the job.
Allows others (including chldren) to do as they please in order to keep from being disliked.

29. Has a childlike flash-in-the-pan tember that expresses itself in tantrum style, which is over and forgotten almost instantly.
Not a goal-setter and has little desire to be one.
Instigates arguments because he or she is right, no matter what the situation may be.
Easily feels estranged from others, often because of insecurity or fear that others don't really enjoy his or her company.

30. Simple and childlike perspective, lacking sophistication or comprehension of what the deeper levels of life are really about.
Attitude is seldom positive and often able to see only the down or dark side of each situation.
Full of confidence, fortitude, and sheer guts, often in a negative sense.
Easygoing, unconcerned, indifferent.

31. Consistently feels uncertain, troubled, or anxious.
Pulls into himself or herself and needs a great deal of alone or isolation time.
An agressive goal setter who must be constantly productive and feels guilty when resting, is not driven by a need for perfection or completion but by a need for accomplishment and reward.
Thrives on the credit or approval of others. As an entertainer, this person feeds on the applause, laughter, and/or acceptance of an audience.

32. Overly introspective and easily offended when misunderstood.
Sometimes expresses himself or herself in a somewhat offensive or inconsiderate way.
Shrinks from difficult situations.
An entertaining, compulsive talker who finds it difficult to listen.

33. Characterized by uncertainty and lack of confidence that it will ever work out.
Lack of ability to ever get life in order.
Compulsively takes control of situations and/or people, usually telling others what to do.
Feels down much of the time.

34. Erratic, contradictory, with actions and emotions not based on logic.
A person whose thoughts and interests are directed inward, lives within himself or herself.
Appears unable to withstand or accept another's attitudes, point of view, or way of doing things.
Feels most things don't matter one way or the other.

35. Lives in a state of disorder, unable to find things.
Doesn't get very high emotionally but easily slips into lows, often when feeling unappreciated.
Will talk quietly under his or her breath when pushed, doesn't bother to speak clearly.
Influences or manages shrewdly or deviously for his or her own advantage, will get his or her way somehow.

36. Doesn't often act or think quickly, too much of a bother.
Determined to exert his or her own will, not easily persuaded, obstinate.
Needs to be the center of attention, wants to be watched.
Disbelieving, questioning the motive behind the words.

37. Requires a lot of private time and tends to avoid other people.
Doesn't hesitate to let others know that he or she is right or is in control.
Evaluates work or activity in terms of how much energy it will take.

Has a laugh or voice that can be heard above others in the room.
38. Slow to get started, needs push to be motivated.
Tends to suspect or distrust others or ideas.
Has a demanding, impatience-based anger and a short fuse. Anger is expressed when others are not moving fast enough or have not completed what they have been asked to do.

Lacks the power of concentration or attention, flighty.
39. Knowingly or not, holds a grudge and punishes the offender, often by subtly withholding friendship or affection.
Likes constant new activity because it isn't fun to do the same things all the time.
Unwilling or struggles against getting involved.
May act hastily wihout thinking things through, generally because of impatience.

40. Will often relax his or her position, even when right, in order to avoid conflict.
Constantly evaluating and making judgements, frequently thinking or expressing negative reactions.
Shrewd, one who can always find a way to get to the desired end.
A childlike, short attention span that needs a lot of change and variety to keep from getting bored.

Instructions: In each row of four words, read through all four and choose the word you find to be the most accurate description of yourself. Do not overthink, simply choose the option that naturally jumps out to you first.
41. Adventurous

42. Persistent

43. Submissive

44. Considerate

45. Refreshing

46. Satisfied

47. Planner

48. Sure

49. Orderly

50. Friendly

51. Daring

52. Cheerful

53. Idealistic

54. Demonstrative
Dry humor

55. Mediator
Mixes easily

56. Thoughtful

57. Listener

58. Contented

59. Perfectionist

60. Bouncy

61. Blank

62. Undisciplined

63. Reticent

64. Fussy

65. Impatient

66. Unpopular

67. Headstrong
Hard to please

68. Plain

69. Angered easily

70. Naive
Negative attitude

71. Worrier
Wants credit

72. Too sensitive

73. Doubtful

74. Inconsistent

75. Messy

76. Slow

77. Loner
Lord over others

78. Sluggish

79. Revengeful

80. Compromising