THE ENTERTAINER is approachable, decisive, concerned and adaptable. They are
also considered to be the most generous of the character types. They are
particularly well suited to occupations such as teachers, scientists and public
THE ENTERTAINER'S strongest personality indicators are in
sensing, feeling and
perception. Some areas may be more pronounced than others.
The following information contains a broad description of THE ENTERTAINER'S key
- THE ENTERTAINER is highly sociable and freely interacts with lots of
people. Their conversations cover a wide breadth of subject matter, since
they easily speak their mind and react spontaneously to whatever is said.
They feel most comfortable around other people than being by themselves;
therefore, they maintain a multiplicity of relationships. In doing so, they
exert a high level of energy keeping up on the "goings on", so that they can
efficiently manage their network of people.
- This is also a conservative person 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.
- In addition, THE ENTERTAINER is a good listener and friend. They are more
likely to put themselves in someone else's shoes before passing judgment.
They are empathetic. Values and extenuating circumstances take precedence
over policy. They seek out the good in everybody and insist on the humane
treatment of all living things. They are well liked by others and have the
ability to maintain intimate relationships.
- Finally, this character can 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
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