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1. ACHIEVER

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION

People who are especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS

What makes you stand out?

Driven by your talents, you are known as a reliable and dependable person. You are motivated to work diligently. You cannot rest until you have completed what you told someone you would do. Instinctively, you find the act of work naturally pleasurable. You routinely recharge yourself physically as well as mentally by toiling for hours on your tasks, projects, or assignments. Because of your strengths, you tend to be quite selective about the company you keep. You prefer to spend time with individuals who are trustworthy. You consciously avoid people whose words and deeds indicate they value honesty less than you do. By nature, you usually immerse yourself in your work. Often you see what needs to be done, and you do it without being told. This indicates you are a self-starter. You rely on familiar and proven patterns for performing an assignment. You understand the importance of everyone following the rules, procedures, and processes so things consistently get finished from one day to the next as well as from one year to the next. Chances are good that you are hardwired to work industriously. You willingly devote hours and energy to your job or studies. When you know your scores, ratings, rankings, or performance might be compared to the results of others, you might redouble your efforts to be the best.


2. DISCIPLINE

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION

People who are especially talented in the Discipline theme enjoy routine and structure. Their world is best described by the order they create.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS

What makes you stand out?

By nature, you impose structure on your day to ensure every task is accomplished. You are comforted by the familiarity of patterned and repetitious processes as well as your habits. You like to be clear about what each day promises before it begins. Your orderliness keeps chaos at a distance. It’s very likely that you occasionally enjoy putting things in order. Perhaps you want to make your living space or workspace presentable and tidy. Finding ways to do this even better may give you a certain amount of pleasure. Instinctively, you might feel exuberant about life when you define what you want to accomplish in the coming months, years, or decades. Outlining the steps to reach each objective may inspire you to track how much closer you are to a goal today than you were yesterday. Perhaps that information makes your life a bit more satisfying. Driven by your talents, you may need to work with groups that map out in detail ahead of time specific projects or procedures. Perhaps you feel more confident or competent when you know precisely what is expected of you and every member of the group. Working in a chaotic environment might drain you of energy. Maybe operating in an organized setting increases your stamina. Chances are good that you may stay abreast of newsworthy events. Perhaps you have a process in place to monitor issues of personal or professional interest. Periodically you might collect updates from print or broadcast media or through one-on-one conversations with informed individuals. By balancing what you hear, read, or see, you might be able to sort fact from fiction.


3. CONSISTENCY

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION

People who are especially talented in the Consistency theme are keenly aware of the need to treat people the same. They try to treat everyone in the world with consistency by setting up clear rules and adhering to them.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS

What makes you stand out?

It’s very likely that you may sense that life is better for everyone when you deal with people evenhandedly. Perhaps you respond impartially to the requests individuals make. Sometimes you remind them that the rules, standard operating procedures, or guidelines apply to all without exception. Because of your strengths, you usually want things in your life to remain clean and presentable. Keeping your home, workstation, closets, files, or drawers neat is a recurring activity. You probably devise schedules for straightening up specific areas. Often you expect the people you live and work with to care about the space you share as much as you do. Usually you want them to faithfully follow your ongoing cleaning plan. By nature, you might keep certain aspects of your physical environment or your personal appearance exceptionally clean and orderly. Perhaps your tendency to straighten up things helps people know how much you value structure and order. Your need to eliminate clutter or chaos may cause you to designate a logical place for something and regularly check to be sure it is in its proper position. Occasionally some individuals leave messes or put things where they do not belong. Maybe they strike you as careless or sloppy. Chances are good that you might be unsentimental and realistic, especially when you must plan how to do something efficiently, reliably, or predictably time after time. Perhaps you streamline some of your daily, weekly, monthly, or annual chores. You may identify the steps needed to complete the task. You might study the requirements, overlooking no details. You might tend to concentrate on the basic facts. Maybe you avoid letting prejudice or favoritism cloud — that is, confuse — your judgment. Driven by your talents, you may champion the importance of not playing favorites. Perhaps you argue against giving one person on the team even the slightest advantage over anyone else in the group.


4. LEARNER

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION

People who are especially talented in the Learner theme have a great desire to learn and want to continuously improve. In particular, the process of learning, rather than the outcome, excites them.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS

What makes you stand out?

Because of your strengths, you may insert intricate or theoretical words into your academic or professional conversations and writings. Your interest in language partially explains why you enjoy mastering specific types of words and their definitions. While some individuals are required to memorize new terms in classes or seminars, perhaps you automatically commit specific words to memory. Occasionally you describe this experience as pleasurable. It’s very likely that you sometimes enroll in difficult or demanding classes. You might aim to expand your knowledge or challenge your thinking about certain things. Chances are good that you are sometimes an eager and willing student. Perhaps you derive satisfaction from examining new sources of information. These might lead you to conclusions about how to make things better. Driven by your talents, you may see some value in continuous education. Perhaps this reflects your interest in particular topics. Sometimes you are fascinated with the process of acquiring knowledge or skills. By nature, you may include some uncommon, technical, or sophisticated words in your vocabulary. Perhaps you realize that language is a form of knowledge that gives you an upper hand — that is, controlling power — in the conversations, debates, or discussions you have with certain people. It might establish you as an authority figure in the minds of several listeners. Maybe you capture and keep particular people’s attention. You might even take charge of specific events, projects, or meetings.


5. FUTURISTIC

SHARED THEME DESCRIPTION

People who are especially talented in the Futuristic theme are inspired by the future and what could be. They inspire others with their visions of the future.

YOUR PERSONALIZED STRENGTHS INSIGHTS

What makes you stand out?

Instinctively, you are innovative, inventive, original, and resourceful. Your mind allows you to venture beyond the commonplace, the familiar, or the obvious. You entertain ideas about the best ways to reach a goal, increase productivity, or solve a problem. First, you think of alternatives. Then you choose the best option. Driven by your talents, you may sense that your life has deep meaning. With remarkable vividness, you occasionally imagine where you will be, what you will be doing, and what you will have the ability to accomplish in the coming months, years, or decades. To some degree, your dreams of tomorrow are alive in your mind today. Perhaps you strive to transform these possibilities into reality. Chances are good that you are sometimes filled with hope as you think about the good things you might accomplish in the coming months, years, or decades. Perhaps this reinforces your sense of personal well-being. When you are forced to concentrate solely on current situations, you may become less enthusiastic about life. By nature, you occasionally envision what you might do better in the coming weeks, months, years, or decades. You might see in vivid detail specific things you could enhance, perfect, or upgrade. You sometimes evaluate what needs to be changed in your environment, yourself, another person, a system, or a project. Because of your strengths, you occasionally think about what you could fix or do better. Your mind might be occupied by what you can accomplish in the coming months, years, or decades. This partially explains why you find today’s events ordinary and less fascinating than the future.