Activator

Because of your strengths, you likely are the human spark plug of your team. That is, you inspire and
energize people to dedicate themselves to a task. Once a course of action is chosen, perhaps you
are the person who says, “We’ve talked long enough. Let’s get started right now. Why wait? Let’s just
do it!” Chances are good that you are comfortable telling others stories about your personal habits,
qualities, experiences, or background. Your forthcoming nature probably enables others to share their
thoughts and feelings with you. By nature, you typically are described as a “what you see is what you
get” person. There is very little mystery about who you are. You usually make a point of talking with
strangers. You are apt to tell them about yourself without their having to ask you any questions. Your
forthright approach encourages many individuals to be as open with you as you are with them. Driven
by your talents, you may realize you interject an element of optimism or enthusiasm into certain
individuals or groups. Perhaps your outward manner excites some people to move into action. Those
who are not self-starters might benefit from your energy. Instinctively, you are naturally open and
honest about who you are, what you have done, what you can do, and what you cannot do. Your
straightforward explanations and stories help listeners see you as you see yourself. You reveal your
strengths and limitations. You are forthright and plainspoken. People generally seek your company
and want to work with you. Many are impelled to move into action by your words and examples.

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