E32: Josh Wright, Campaigner

09/05/2017  |  56 minutes

This week’s guest: Josh Wright – An extroverted, intuitive, feeling and prospecting kind of guy who’s 65% turbulent. He’s a true free spirit, often the life of the party, and a fiercely independent person who craves creativity and freedom. But it’s that freedom and independence that may come back to haunt him later on. He took the 16 personalities test, and now he’s ticked. 

Here’s a link to the 16 Personalities Test - You’re going to want to take this, and then comment on our Instagram Post and tell us what personality you are. It’s scary - but a good kind. 

Notes from our Episode:

ASSERTIVE VS TURBULENT
Assertive (-A) individuals are self-assured, even-tempered and resistant to stress. They refuse to worry too much and do not push themselves too hard when it comes to achieving goals. Similarly, they are unlikely to spend much time thinking about their past actions or choices – according to Assertive types, what’s done is done and there is little point in analyzing it. Not surprisingly, people with this trait report more satisfaction with their lives and they also feel more confident in their abilities to handle challenging and unexpected situations.

In contrast, individuals with Turbulent (-T) identity are self-conscious and sensitive to stress. They experience a wide range of emotions and tend to be success-driven, perfectionistic and eager to improve. They are also more willing to change jobs if they feel stuck in their current one and to spend time thinking about the direction in which their life is going.

However, while the Assertive variant may seem more positive on the surface, that is not always the case – for instance, Turbulent individuals perform better in certain roles as they push themselves to achieve superior results, while Assertive ones do not care about the outcome that much. Always feeling the need to do more, to have more, and to be more, Turbulent types often forget how exhausting that can be to both themselves and the people around them – but it is entirely possible that this desire to always push themselves just a little further helps many Turbulent types to achieve what they seek to achieve.

Source, 16 Personalities – IDENTITY: ASSERTIVE VS. TURBULENT

Lib’s Breakdown: CONSUL (ESFJ – A)
68% Extraverted
71% Observant
70% Feeling
82% Judging
88% Assertive

Ben’s Breakdown: CONSUL (ESFJ – T)
93% Extraverted
53% Observant
70% Feeling
77% Judging
67% Turbulent

Josh’s Breakdown: CAMPAIGNER (ENFP – T)
78% Extraverted
75% Intuitive
74% Feeling
79% Prospecting
65% Turbulent

 

CONSUL STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES

Strengths:
Strong Practical Skills
Strong Sense of Duty
Very Loyal
Sensitive & Warm
Good at Connecting with Others

Weaknesses:
Worried about Their Social Status
Inflexible
Reluctant to Innovate or Improvise
Vulnerable to Criticism
Often Too Needs
Too Selfless

 

CAMPAIGNER STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES

Strengths:
Curious
Observant
Energetic & Enthusiastic
Excellent Communicators
Know How to Relax
Very Popular & Friendly

Weaknesses:
Poor Practical Skills
Find it Difficult to Focus
Overthink Things
Get Stressed Easily
Highly Emotional
Independent to a Fault

 

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