The four aspects that make up this personality type are:
Summary of Masterminds
- Visionaries who put energy into achieving their goals
- Prefer to work independently and dislike inefficiency
- Think of themselves as logical, thorough and bright
- Value practicality and common sense above ideas and theories
More about Masterminds
Masterminds create a vision for the future by gathering and organising information. They then develop strategies to achieve their goals. They have a rare gift for looking at almost anything and seeing how it can be improved. These skills and the Masterminds' high standards often allow them to reach leadership positions at work.
|Mastermind is the least common personality type in the UK, according to a nationwide survey.|
Masterminds value independence and prefer to work on their own. Once they have decided on a course of action, Masterminds rarely change their minds, although they can be persuaded by the clear reasoning of someone they respect.
In situations where they can't use their talents or are unappreciated, Masterminds may cut themselves off from a group and criticise people who don't understand their plans. Under extreme stress, Masterminds may overindulge in sensory experiences like eating, shopping or watching television.
Masterminds often have an unusual sense of humour, which arises from their ability to spot surprising links between seemingly unconnected facts.
Masterminds are drawn to jobs requiring logical analysis or abstract thinking common in science or technical fields.
Other Personality Types
Find out about the other fifteen personality types from the What Am I like? personality test:
Big Thinker, Counsellor, Go-getter, Idealist, Innovator, Leader, Mentor, Nurturer, Peacemaker, Performer, Provider, Realist, Resolver, Strategist and Supervisor.
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