My Chemistry Profile

August 8, 2007

AND my comments/reactions in red

The following analysis is based on your responses to our questionnaire. Your results identify your major and minor personality types, as well as the types with whom you’re likely to be compatible.

Your Major and Minor Personality Types 

Characteristics of all four personality types can be found within each of us, but there is almost always one personality type that is dominant. We call this the major personality type.
The Chemistry Profile also identifies your minor or secondary personality type. You exhibit some aspects of this personality type, though not to the same degree as with your major type.

  • Your major personality type = Director
  • Your minor personality type = Builder

You are a DIRECTOR/builder
You are a leader – an independent thinker who approaches problems with a rigorous, rational and systematic mind. And with your curiosity, persistence, irreverence and logic, you tend to find innovative solutions to complex problems.
You tend to be bold, assertive and hard working. You are good with details, particularly technical details, and you enjoy talking about your work with others.
You are highly loyal to friends and family. And you like to share the status and other perquisites your excellent work has bestowed on you with those who are close to you.
Although you are good with people and enjoy being part of a stable and secure social network, you easily spend time alone, pursuing your own projects and goals.
You tend to be protective and pragmatic. And your friends and family find you innovative and interesting to be with. I agree with everything here!

How your personality breaks out

Explorer – 23% of your personality

Known for high energy, high creativity and spontaneity. Seeks novelty, risk and pleasure. Intellectually curious and not easily swayed by opinion. I agree totally.

Builder – 28% of your personality

Usually very popular. Deep attachment to home and family. Calm demeanor and low anxiety. Often consistent, loyal and protective. I agree 80%.

Negotiator – 19% of your personality

Excels at seeing the big picture, long-term planning and consensus building. An intuitive thinker who is flexible, verbal and socially skilled. Imaginative, empathetic and nurturing. I agree 20%.

Director – 29% of your personality

Daring, original, direct and inventive. A non-conformist. Skilled at abstract thinking and short-term planning. Often assertive and quite competitive. Tough-minded and efficient. I agree completely.

Dating Tips for Directors

  • Not everyone is as direct, focused and “to the point” as you are. So make sure you give potential partners the time they need to express themselves. You will probably be surprised at their logic and intellect. I’m too busy, put out or shut up. Hard to surprise or impress me.
  • Your competitive spirit is useful in the office but it doesn’t work in dating-unless you find someone who likes to challenge and debate. When that happens, go for it. Otherwise, try to listen actively. I don’t have time for this, put out or shut up.
  • Aim at investigating some of the “grey areas” during an invigorating conversation. Much of the world does not see in black and white. You are either with me or against me.
  • Separate work from play. Try to get your assignments out of your mind while on a date—so you can truly enjoy your “down time” with a partner. I can’t calm down, it is a 24/7 job, put out or shut up.
  • Make sure to schedule enough time to get to know someone. I don’t have time for this, put out or shut up.
  • Try looking directly into the eyes of your partner during a conversation; many people find this “anchoring gaze” a powerful form of intimacy. I don’t have time for this, put out or shut up.

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