(this is his dominant personality type)
(he also shows elements of this type)
He is a tough-minded, independent thinker who likes to explore ideas or problems thoroughly. Yet he has a wild side and is not interested in maintaining routine social engagements either.
He gravitates to men and women who are intellectually exciting and like to discuss topics broadly and thoroughly.
He tends to like someone who is spontaneous, even mischievous, as well as a mate who can appreciate his rugged individualism and support of his drive to succeed.
A few excerpts from his personality test:
- I enjoy competitive conversations
- People should behave in ways that are morally correct
- I am willing to take risks to do what I want to do
in his own words...
Introverts and Extroverts (Is and Es from now on) differentiate not only in their interaction out to the environment but also in the input taken from it, because of their own different perceptions. Each unique person will respond differently to outer stimulations, and, in the non existing ends of these two different personalities, while Is analyze, Es act. Therefore, and without being exactly at these opposite places, each one develops a unique set of skills as a result for their behavior and responses got from those behaviors. Every I or E responses to any and all situations potentiates that difference, increasing the gap in between, making them more defined on their stance and each getting “perfected” with your own interior feedback. You get into a loop where you praise what makes you so you conditioned by your unique point of view. Distance might get attenuated in face of negative reactions towards your ways, but other than that, if you do not feel a need to change, you will remain at your comfort zone, and, in my belief, both Is and Es humbly sure to have the better set of skills. Over time, if you become or are made aware of the separation to your opposing end, you might try to break the distance, being this conscious act the way to better yourself adding that what you feel you were in lack of. Which is best to lead? I honestly can’t tell. In my opinion, introverts are more and more analytical, reserved and measured, while extroverts are more spontaneous, communicational and vivid. I picture an introvert in an ongoing internal dialogue seeking for answers, while extroverts tend to provide answers without that much thought. And while sometimes it’s time to act, on other occasions it is best to think it through. An introvert needs self assurance before taking the leap to exposure; an extrovert needs a crowd, and on many times the crowd needs him and no situation is better than the other without a context.
- Live alone
- Single (never been married)
- I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
What he's looking for:
- 23 - 33
- Single (never been married)
- Not at all
- High school
- Some college
- Associates / Technical degree
- Bachelors degree
- Graduate or professional degree
- PhD / Post Doctoral