THE ARTISAN is independent, practical, realistic and adaptable. They are
most skillful with tools. They are particularly well suited to occupations such
as programmers, operators and pilots.
THE ARTISAN'S strongest personality indicators are in
thinking and perception.
Some areas may be more pronounced than others. The following information
contains a broad description of the individual character components.
- THE ARTISAN is generally quiet and self-reflective. They spend more time
concentrating on internal thoughts than speaking. They are more likely to try
and figure things out for themselves than to ask for help. Others may view
this as being territorial. They have a relatively limited number of friends,
but they tend to expend more energy on those relationships.
- This is a conservative character that doesn't like to take risks.
Decisions are made based on past experience. They work best within the realm
of factual or tangible. Spirituality is not a strength. They are considered
to be very "down to earth" people. They search for the practicality in
everything they do. Problems are dealt with in a timely matter and they seek
out sensible and realistic solutions.
- They are generally reserved, lacking, for the most part, spontaneity and
impulsiveness. Others often view them as firm and impersonal. They make
decisions analytically, carefully weighing out all the feasible options. They
rely more heavily on principle than on morality or spirituality and they are
somewhat predictable due to their methodical nature.
- Sometimes THE ARTISAN may appear to roll with the punches. They live life
in the moment adapting to situations as they pop up. They are not quick to
make decisions and like to keep their options open. Others view them as
followers instead of leaders; however, their flexibility makes them good team
members. Many of them have problems with commitment and prefer to keep things
tentative or open-ended. They are often called or called upon at the last
Compatible Personality Disorder:
Character Test 1 Character
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