Your Primary Personality Type is Negotiator?
Congratulations! You are a product of high estrogen activity which is associated with intuition and creativity. You are imaginative, verbal, intuitive, idealistic, agreeable and introspective. You are great at seeing the big picture, long-term planning and consensus building, all the while being flexible, socially skilled, empathetic and nurturing.
You are very good with people and have a strong insight to minds and hearts, almost instinctively knowing what others are thinking and feeling. Your are also good at reading facial expressions, gestures, postures and tone of voice.
You have a keen interest in understanding deeper meanings so in relationships you might have a tendency to deeply analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your match.
You are flexible and like to weigh up all the pros and cons before reaching any decision, which gives you lots of choices for how to react and move forward. You are intuitive and creative, with a solid and theoretical way of thinking. You are also very agreeable, easily accommodating, compassionate, social-minded and patient, friendly, authentic, earnest and diplomatic.
However, there are some downsides to the Negotiators’ ways. Because of your dislike for confrontation, you can sometimes appear too accommmodating. Some negotiators, instead of putting their foot down, can turn to secretive means, operating behind someone’s back. While you are figuring out your best way forward, situations can run past you, sometimes getting out of your hands.
The careful reconstruction of every step, word, action and thought in a romantic relationship, going over and over it to come up with even the most subtle meaning behind them can be quite suffocating and tiresome.
Your best romantic match is a Director.
Directors and Negotiators are drawn to each other because you compliment each other. Negotiators see the big picture while Directors focus on smaller pieces of the puzzle. Negotiators are skilled at seeing all angles without taking action and Directors are decisive yet don’t often analyze ancillary data. The two types are also compatible socially. Negotiators are good at smoothing over Directors’ inappropriate comments and Directors admire the diplomatic nature of Negotiators.
Famous Negotiators include Oprah Winfrey, Charles Darwin, the fictional Sherlock Holmes and its creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, Leo Tolstoy, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Bill Clinton.