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  1. Personality Test

    Virtuoso Personality (ISTP, -A/-T) intresting some bits stand out and some bits seem like cold reading (eg the fortune teller "you will see somthing that will make you smile" that sort of thing but that may also be inner cynicism) "Virtuosos love to explore with their hands and their eyes, touching and examining the world around them with cool rationalism and spirited curiosity" yup defantly me there but as someone that had to be on gard in my childhood thats a given with high levles of alertness and a will to be aware of my surroundings i think. "Virtuosos explore ideas through creating, troubleshooting, trial and error and first-hand experience. They enjoy having other people take an interest in their projects and sometimes don’t even mind them getting into their space. Of course, that’s on the condition that those people don’t interfere with Virtuosos’ principles and freedom, and they’ll need to be open to Virtuosos returning the interest in kind." there is nothing i love more than a really good teacher as long as thay can show and do what thay teach (i love constructive criticism) "Virtuosos enjoy lending a hand and sharing their experience, especially with the people they care about, and it’s a shame they’re so uncommon, making up only about five percent of the population." only with the people i care about or someone polite or old like holding a door open or grabing somthing of a shelf but im quick to react if someone is hovering in a doorway (i will clearly and directly state excuse me please than as thay move will state with little empathy that its a door way) "Dare to Differ While their mechanical tendencies can make them appear simple at a glance, Virtuosos are actually quite enigmatic. Friendly but very private, calm but suddenly spontaneous, extremely curious but unable to stay focused on formal studies, Virtuoso personalities can be a challenge to predict, even by their friends and loved ones. Virtuosos can seem very loyal and steady for a while, but they tend to build up a store of impulsive energy that explodes without warning, taking their interests in bold new directions. " apart from the paragraph regarding doorways this statment seems very veuge contradictory the rest of what is on there aslo seems veuge but ill add it the only other thing that stands out is this "Nothing Is as Boring as Everyone Agreeing With You" i cant explain in words how mutch i hate people that do that (a volcano of fire and ash from within comes close?) "Virtuosos will come to learn that many other personality types have much more firmly drawn lines on rules and acceptable behavior than they do – they don’t want to hear an insensitive joke, and certainly wouldn’t tell one back, and they wouldn’t want to engage in horseplay, even with a willing party. If a situation is already emotionally charged, violating these boundaries can backfire tremendously." "Virtuosos have a particular difficulty in predicting emotions, but this is just a natural extension of their fairness, given how difficult it is to gauge Virtuosos’ emotions and motivations. However, their tendency to explore their relationships through their actions rather than through empathy can lead to some very frustrating situations. People with the Virtuoso personality type struggle with boundaries and guidelines, preferring the freedom to move about and color outside the lines if they need to." "Finding an environment where they can work with good friends who understand their style and unpredictability, combining their creativity, sense of humor and hands-on approach to build practical solutions and things, will give Virtuosos many happy years of building useful boxes – and admiring them from the outside."
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