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Personality test meme - Phil's Rambling Rants
July 1st, 2004
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Personality test meme
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You are an SRCL--Sober Rational Constructive Leader. This makes you an Ayn Rand ideal. Taggart? Roark? Galt? You are all of these. You were born to lead. You may not be particularly exciting, but you have a strange charisma--born of intellect and personal drive--that people begin to notice when they have been around you a while. You don't like to compromise, but you recognize when you have to.

You care absolutely nothing what other people think, and this somehow attracts people to you. Treat them well, use them wisely, and ascend to your rightful rank.


Sober? Yeah. Rational? Yeah. Constructive? I hope so. Leader? Where the heck did that come from? I don't have the ambition to be a leader; I'm more an armchair quarterback.

Care absolutely nothing for what other people think? Right on the money. Attracts people to me? Not that I've noticed.

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From:tigertoy
Date:July 1st, 2004 12:14 pm (UTC)
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Here's the text for the score I thought I should have gotten, from another person's journal.

You are an SRCF--Sober Rational Constructive Follower. This makes you a White House staffer. You are a tremendous asset to any employer, cool under pressure, productive, and a great communicator. You feel the need to right wrongs, take up slack, mediate disputes and keep the peace. This comes from a secret fear that business can't go on without you--or worse, that it can.

If you have a weakness, it is your inability to say "no." While your peers respect you, they find it difficult to resist taking advantage of your positive attitude and eagerness to take on work. You depend on a good manager to keep you from sinking under the weight and burning out.


Its personality prescription seems to have the same weakness as the one for the SRCL, as applied to me -- it ascribes more ambition than I have. Other than the whole not-motivated-to-actually-DO-something thing, SRCL does seem to fit better than SRCF. Maybe there needs to be a 5th axis, ambitious-lazy.
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