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Dominance reflects how people respond to problems. High D's tend to address things directly and urgently. Low D's tend to be deliberate and thoughtful. Learn more in this post.
Motivators describe why people do things: the internal desires that drive behavior. Motivators correlate with career choice, college major selection, and extracurricular activities. Learn more in this post.
High Socials want to find ways to give back to their community. Passionate Socials’ core question in life is typically, “What is my cause?” Learn more in this post.
High Utilitarians want an opportunity to get a practical return for their resources. High Utilitarians are best engaged when they understand the return on investment they will get. Learn more in this post.
High Aesthetics want to be in an environment that fits well with them. If the environment feels off to them, it can affect their ability to perform in school and the workplace. Learn more in this post.
High Traditionals need an environment where their beliefs are acknowledged and respected. Learn more in this post.
High Theoreticals love learning-oriented challenges—anything where they are required to learn a new skill. Some Theoreticals will want to go deep on a handful of subjects, while others will be all over the place with their learning. Learn more in this post.
High Individualistics want opportunities where they control the agenda and where they will be recognized for performing well. Learn more in this post.
Steadiness reflects how you respond to pace. High S's tend to be patient, routine driven, and supportive. Low S's tend to be adaptable, change oriented, and prefer variety. Learn more in this post.