Answer all questions truthfully. Trust your first impulse.
When you have your picture taken, do you:
Do you wear:
Someone bumps into you on the street. Do you:
For your parents' fiftieth wedding anniversary, you:
Which would you rather have?
You are given an assignment to improve the employee manual. You:
Which do you prefer?
You are stuck in a stalled elevator with someone of whom you are fond. The lights go out. You:
You are invited to a party. Do you:
Your hero is:
When answering the phone, you say:
In an intimate moment, you find yourself calling out the wrong person's name. You:
On your day off, you like to:
When confronting an important decision, you feel more comfortable:
You find a thick wallet at your subway stop. You are alone. You:
A woman and a baby are trapped in two different rooms in a burning building. The phone lines have been cut. The woman is terminally ill, but the baby is predisposed to criminal insanity. You are ten minutes late to an important interview. What approach would best serve the interests of all concerned?
You are traveling alone in a foreign country and you are arrested. What do you do?
Counting your answers to the odd-numbered questions reveals your
Force Process Type.
"The Embracer"(more A)
You are concerned with maintaining safety and harmony at all costs. Those nearby may see you as overly eager to please; they do not understand you.
"The Thug"(more B)
You know what you want in life and cannot be stopped. Those nearby may see you as a "forceful" or "mean" person; they do not understand you.
Counting your answers to the even-numbered questions reveals your
Vision Process Type.
"The Soothsayer"(more A)
You seek out the hidden patterns underlying the mundane and build a new reality juxtaposing myth and possibility. To the Soothsayer, a wall is just a window in search of a view.
"The Auditor"(more B)
You bring order out of chaos through a careful consideration of many factors and paradigms using an approach which, while proactive and forward-looking, does not overlook the dangers of initiative.
Combining the core process types, all people have one of four fundamental personalities on the