Here are your strengths. You are a...
Doers are people who are good at working with their hands, building and fixing things, and working with machines and tools. These are the people who prefer to get their hands dirty and accomplish tasks.
This category includes people who are better than average at tasks such as woodworking, home renovations, household repairs, vehicle repairs, electrical wiring, cleaning, painting, certain types of sewing and knitting, and other hands-on tasks.
Solvers, as the name suggests, are people who are good at solving problems. These people typically do exceptionally well in math and science, and they often can take what other people see as complicated problems and break them down in a way that allows them to piece together a solution, and they’re able to do it more easily than others.
Examples of tasks that fall into this category of strengths include computer programming, web development, investigations of any kind, systems analysis, and any other task that involves thinking through complex problems.
Creators are good at tasks that involve creating something new and presenting it for a desired reaction or change. Creators aren’t always performers in front of a group of people, but they are performers in their own right. Creators are good at making an audience or segment of people feel a certain way, and they are gifted at creating solutions and making change.
Tasks in which creators are gifted include singing, acting, dancing, writing and playing music, writing, art, design, high level strategic planning, speaking (including public speaking), or performing in front of others.
Helpers are the people who are good at helping people, taking care of others, and teaching. They’re typically good at guiding and assisting in the process of carrying out a plan, and they typically excel at encouraging and building up other people in one way or another.
Tasks that helpers are skilled at include caregiving, teaching, counseling, hospitality, defending (legally or physically), listening, guiding, mentoring, and any other task that involves helping others achieve a goal, make progress on a plan, or that provides for the needs of others.
Movers are the people who are good at advancing ideas, leading people, and advancing projects. They typically see the big picture better than most, and they are good at zooming out of the details in order to keep everyone on track.
Examples of tasks that movers are particularly skilled at include leading, goal setting, strategizing, selling, casting vision, and any other task that involves looking at the high-level advancement of an idea or project.
Connectors are the people who are good at meeting people, socializing, and growing relationships. They typically maintain a vast network of friends and acquaintances, and they are able to make connections between people that are mutually beneficial.
Tasks connectors are good at include networking, selling, energizing, encouraging, and any other task related to being around groups of people and building relationships on a relatively large scale.
Organizers are good at keeping everything orderly and in line through planning, organizing, and structuring systems. Organizers are typically skilled at tasks such as budgeting, scheduling, accounting, event planning, auditing, or any other task that involves taking information, projects, or people, and organizing them in an orderly way.
These are the areas you're passionate about when it comes to what your work is accomplishing.
You feel significance when you achieve a goal, exceed an expectation and beat the competition. Winning energizes you. Challenges motivate and inspire you to take action—because you’re always looking for the next opportunity to win. You strive to have the best idea in a meeting, make record sales or lead the highest performing team. You get excited when others notice and applaud your results. You want and need scoreboards to track your progress.
You’re motivated by creating original, better and different products or services. You feel significance when you’re creating new things for others. Whether it be an idea, a piece of art, a business, a book, a song, a makeover, a design or clothing, you want to imagine a new thing that makes an impact on others and brings value to their lives. You’re motivated and energized by originality, beauty and venturing into new territory where no one else has been.
You feel significance when you’re creating and maintaining efficient systems and results. Order gives you energy while disorder drains you. You look for order and efficiency as a sign of quality. When observing disorder and dysfunction in systems or policies, you instinctively see or wonder about the source of the problem and the solution. You look for ways to establish new and better procedures that will result in a better overall system or an end product.
You believe people can change—and you want to be a part of their change. It's meaningful for you to connect with people, confront their challenges and convince them that they don’t have to stay where they are. Using your influence to produce change energizes you and gives you a sense of significance. You’re driven to cast a vision for all that could be. You want to lead people and causes. Activating and guiding people and teams to their desired future is not pressure, it’s preferred.
Helping others fills your heart, gives you energy and creates a feeling of significance. You desire to lift people, protect people and care for people in whatever ways you can. Your eyes and ears are always scanning for the person who is in need—and you’re motivated to bring them relief in some form. While others are reluctant to jump in and help, you’re ready to help at a moment’s notice. You’re driven by a desire to heal, to include, to listen and to love others.
Problems don’t scare you—they energize you. When things don’t work, you get to work because you’re a problem-solver. The more problems you solve the better your day is—and that makes you feel significant to your organization. You believe you can always find a solution to any problem and you’re quick to dive into analysis and troubleshooting to figure it out. In fact, you find meaning in identifying problems and then pushing past them.
Your passion-strength combos:
These will help give you some direction as to the actual career fields you should look into.
You are a "Legacy-Solver"
You're going to do well in any job that allows you to build things. Depending on your interests, you could build houses, bridges, computer software, or anything else for that matter. As long as what your building is something that will outlive you, you'll be satisfied in your work. The goal would be for you to find something you can build that will outlast you that falls within one of your interests.
You are a "Stewardship-Solver"
You're going to do well in any job that allows you to fix or tinker on things that ultimately help people for the environment. You could fix computers, cars, or scientific equations, but you would do best to find something that involves problem-solving, fixing, and tinkering within one of your interests.
You are a "Wholeness-Solver"
You're going to do well in an environment that allows you to solve problems and fix issues related to physical and mental health. This could be science, research, medicine, or practically any other area that allows you to tinker with things that solve mental and physical health problems.
You are a "Fun-Solver"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're allowed to solve problems or tinker on things that bring fun and adventure into peoples lives. This could be video games, board games, travel itineraries, entertainment programming, Sports analysis, or any other position that allows you to use your problem-solving skills in a way that brings entertainment to people.
You are a "Legacy-Creator"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're creating and sharing things that will have a lasting impact on a large group of people. This could be some form of art, writing, marketing, or building a business or nonprofit. You're going to thrive where you're able to use your creativity for things that will build a movement that outlasts you.
You are a "Stewardship-Creator"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're creating and sharing ideas that build people up in a more intimate setting. This could be some form of teaching or training or anywhere else you can use some of your creativity to create things and programs that help individuals.
You are a "Wholeness-Creator"
You were going to do well in an environment where you can create things that positively impact the physical and mental health of people. This could be a nutritionist or some sort of program creator in the health and wellness fields. This could also be writing and speaking or otherwise creatively making, communicating, and sharing things that help people's health and well-being in some way.
You are a "Fun-Creator"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're creating things or performing in a way that delivers value in the form of fun and experiences. This could be some type of musician, entertainer, or athletics. This could also be a chef or Travel arranger or exhibit and attraction design, or someone who creates programs and ideas in the entertainment space. You're going to thrive anywhere you're creating things that entertain and make memories for people.
You are a "Legacy-Mover"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're helping move big ideas forward that help a lot of people and that build something with a big vision for the future. You like to push things forward, so you'll do well leading and managing a business or nonprofit or pushing political or social ideas forward that shape the landscape of the future.
You are a "Stewardship-Mover"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're leading, managing, or otherwise pushing forward things that deeply impact and help individuals. This might be in business and nonprofit leadership, specifically within businesses and nonprofits that directly help people, it could be in a social service role like social workers, facilitators, or organizers, it could be in outreach coordination within a nonprofit, or any other role where you're advocating for people and moving forward initiatives that help individual people.
You are a "Wholeness-Mover"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're advancing ideas that help people improve mental or physical health. This could be as social service program director, a hospital administrator, clinical supervisor, gym manager, business owner/operator in the health, wellness, or nutrition space, or any other position where you're using your leading, managing, and communication skills to advance the overall wellness of people.
You are a "Fun-Mover"
You're going to do well in environments where you're leading and driving forward initiatives that create memorable experiences for people. This could be in a position such as a manager or director of an attraction, museum, or entertainment venue, managing restaurant operations, or other experience-based environments, or otherwise managing operations, marketing or other pivotal roles involved in advancing organizations that provide experiences and memories.
You are a "Legacy-Helper"
You're going to do well in an environment where you're able to help, teach, and pour into people in a way that affects generational change. This could be in teaching or some type of ministry outreach that helps get people out of difficult situations, or any other job where you're building up individuals and helping them make generational change.
You are a "Wholeness-Helper"
You'll do best in an environment where you're able to serve and teach individuals how to live with optimal levels of mental and physical health. This might be nursing, counseling, fitness instructor, personal care services such as cosmetology, chiropractic, massage, skin care, etc. You'll thrive anywhere you can help people reached their health and wellness goals or become overall more healthy and complete people through direct teaching and serving.
You are a "Stewardship-Helper"
You'll do best in an environment where you're serving, helping, and coaching people directly on a day to day basis and directly nurturing them in some way. This could be nursing, counseling, restaurant industry, personal care services such as cosmetology, Child care workers, fitness trainers, protective services such as police, fire, and paramedics, or any other environment where you're able to directly help people by nurturing, teaching, and guiding.
You are a "Fun-Helper"
You're going to do well in an environment where you can use your heart for serving and building people up in a way that's entertaining, adventurous, and memorable. This might be a child care worker, someone who works on the operational service side of a tourist and entertainment venue, or it could be in the service side of restaurants or music venues. You'll thrive wherever you're directly serving and building up people in a way that leaves a lasting positive impression in their mind.
You are a "Legacy-Doer"
You're going to do best in an environment where you play a hands-on role in building an organization, product, service, or idea. This might be a service-based entrepreneur such as a freelancer or contractor, Or it could be someone who oversees the operation side of some thing thats growing into something that will have a multi generational impact. This could also be engineers and architects who are working on projects that will be around for generations. You'll thrive wherever you were able to use your hands on, go get her skills to build something that generations to come can enjoy.
You are a "Stewardship-Doer"
You're going to do well in an environment where you get to have a hands-on role in caring for and nurturing people and things. This might be someone in the Home services and general maintenance space doing things like plumbing, electrical, or heating and air-conditioning. It could be something in the personal care services space doing things like cosmetology, nails, skin care, massage, chiropractic, pet care, etc. or it could be something like farming, forestry, or some type of protective service like police, fire, or paramedic. You'll thrive anywhere you can play a hands-on role in serving and nurturing people and things.
You are a "Fun-Doer"
You're going to be at your best win you're building things with your hands that create lifelong positive memories and experiences for people. This could be someone who builds attractions, theme parks, or entertainment venues, athletes, catering, certain food industry jobs where cooking and preparing food is a form of entertainment, certain types of performers with less of a creative bend and more of a performance and hands-on bend, are people who build toys and entertainment products, or any other job That involves hands-on building or fixing things that help people have memorable and adventurous experiences.
You are a "Wholeness-Doer"
You'll do best in an environment where you were able to play a hands-on role in helping people accomplish their Health and wellness goals. This could be physical therapy, fitness and athletic coaching, chiropractic, massage, fitness trainers, chefs, Or any other environment where you were able to be hands-on and physically active while helping people be more whole mentally and physically.
You are a "Legacy-Connector"
You'll do best in an environment where you're able to meet people and build relationships in a way that directly affects the bottom line of an organization or movement that has a multi generational impact. This could be a sales person, a consultant, a fundraiser, a lobbyist, certain positions in politics, or even certain types of business owners. You'll thrive anywhere you are using your people skills to advance a big picture of mission that will impact the world and outlast you.
You are a "Stewardship-Connector"
You'll do best in an environment where you're using your people skills to help build up and develop individuals. This could be teachers, people who work in vocational ministry, customer service, flight attendants, working in the service and operational side of a charity or nonprofit, or any other job where you're able to both connect with people and nurture and serve them directly.
You are a "Fun-Connector"
You're going to do best in an environment where you're using your people skills in a way that enables people to be entertained and have experiences that create memories. This could be event hosts, certain types of event planners, tour guides, people who work on the service side of attractions and entertainment venues, Elementary teachers, camp counselors, or any other job that allows you to connect with people and build relationships in a way that creates fun, adventurous, or otherwise positive memorable experiences.
You are a "Wholeness-Connector"
You'll do best in an environment where you're able to use your people skills to improve peoples lives by improving their mental and physical well-being. This could be counseling, physical therapy, Health and wellness coaches, Group fitness instructors, dental hygienists, sales for health and wellness organizations, Health education specialist, community health workers, or any other position where you were able to connect with people and build relationships in a way that advances their mental or physical health.
You are a "Legacy-Organizer"
You're going to do well in an environment that allows you to organize and make plans to follow that build up nonprofits or businesses that will have a multi generational impact. This could be administrative professionals in charities, nonprofits, or smaller startup-like businesses, finance directors, analysts, certain types of strategists, community organizers, political campaign managers, program directors for nonprofits, or any position where you're using your skills with details and planning to help organize a larger mission.
You are a "Stewardship-Organizer"
You'll do best in environments where you're able to use your detail-oriented-ness to help, serve, and nurture individuals. This could be a human resources coordinator, social service manager, environmental restoration planner, outreach coordinator for nonprofits, or any other position where your using your abilities to plan and create structure in a way that directly helps nurture and steward individuals and things.
You are a "Wholeness-Organizer"
You're going to do best in an environment where you're able to plan, coordinate, or otherwise structure programs that help people live healthier lives mentally or physically. This could be a pharmacist, nutritionist, healthcare program coordinator, mental health coordinators, or any job that allows you to use your attention to detail and planning skills to advance the mental or physical well-being of others.
You are a "Fun-Organizer"
You're going to do best in an environment where you can use your planning and organizing skills to help people have adventurous and memorable experiences. This could be a wedding planner, an event coordinator, a programming manager for an attraction or entertainment venue, a recreation planner, or any other position where your planning and organizing programs and events that leave a lasting positive experience in peoples minds.
You should use your strengths and passions in one of these areas:
Something in the business space that provides products and services to the world.
Something where you're supporting people or your community through education or social service.
Something where you're helping people live healthier and fuller lives either mentally or physically.
Something where you're helping entertain or otherwise create fun and memorable moments for people through games and sports.
Something where you're in the outdoors, surrounded by nature, and enjoying life in its most natural form.
Something where you're engulfed in spiritual matters such as in a church or ministry setting.
Something where you're creating things and making art in whatever form you determine is best (writing, speaking, music, photography, design, theatre, performing, etc.)
Something where you're creating memorable moments for people through food, traveling, or other forms of entertainment.
Something where you're building deep relationships among friends and family.
Something where you're fixing or building things with hands-on work or doing home renovation.
Something where you're helping people look good and feel confident through lifestyle products, fashion, and beauty.
Something where you're getting to work with cutting-edge tools, computers, and electronics.
Something where you're helping protect and shape your community through politics, social advancement, or protective services like military and law.
Here are all of your strengths (in case you were wondering):
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