Personality Test: Who are You?
Talker, Doer, Thinker Watcher?
-An in-depth personality analysis based on the Four Temperaments
By Patrick Wanis
WOW Media 2008
The Four Humors or The Four Temperaments:
(Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholy, Phlegmatic)
Are you an introvert or extrovert, optimistic or pessimistic? Are you born to be a leader or do you naturally follow and submit? Do you primarily seek praise, power, perfection or peace? Are you talkative, analytical, active or easy-going? Do you clash with other people at work or home and wish you could understand how to motivate them, get along or handle them better than before? Want the answer to these questions about your personality and more…
Do you clash with other people at work or home and wish you could understand how to motivate them, get along or handle them better than before? Want the answer to these questions about your personality and more…
The Four Temperaments also known as the Four Humor or Four Humours is the oldest known personality model or personality profiling system. It is believed to date back as far as the Ancient Egyptians who believed in the link between the health of the body, the elements (Earth, Air, Fire, Water) the human organs and personality or temperament. The primary emotion (or passion) was known as the Humor in literature and plays.
The Four Humors (or Humoralism) as first proposed by Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, around 400 BC, suggested that there were four key body fluids or humors (blood, yellow bile, black bile and phlegm.) Hippocrates believed that an imbalance in any of these fluids or Humors resulted in illness, pain and disease.
Later, in the second century, Galen, a physician and writer introduced another perception and belief surrounding the Four Humors: Galen believed there were four basic temperaments related to the elements of which matter was believed to consist (fire, water, air and earth) and reflecting the Four Humors or body fluids: Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholic and Phlegmatic.
As medicine progressed, these theories were tossed out but the key elements of personality types and temperaments has persisted till today and almost every single modern psychological personality profiling can be traced back to elements of the Four Temperaments.
As you will learn from Patrick Wanis’ personality test, the Four Temperaments are also linked to the four elements and the four seasons.
How The Personality Test Works
While there are four key personality types, the purpose of this Four Temperaments personality test or profile is to help you identify your predominant temperament. By learning more about yourself, your motivations, strengths and weaknesses and by doing the same with other people (learning and understanding them at a deeper level) you can improve not only your relations and group dynamics but you can also improve and deepen your personal, romantic and social relationships. As you understand yourself, what drives you and what you want, you will learn to accept yourself and others. You will also learn to appreciate the differences in other people and gain clarity about the types of people that are best suited to you in romantic and business relationships.
This personality test also offers parents powerful insights into children, their personality types and how to use their personality to help them to develop, reach their potential and find their purpose and direction.
Patrick Wanis also goes deeper than the traditional Four Temperaments Personality Test (Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher); his personality profile program includes a special section dedicated to helping you uncover subconscious beliefs about you, your self-worth and self-image. Patrick Wanis highly recommends combining this personality profile and quiz with his unique “Subconscious Imagery Personality Test.”
What To Expect From The Personality Test And Profile
Some of the things you will potentially learn from the Personality Test: Who are you – Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher?:
· Your predominant personality type
· Your primary strengths
· Your primary weaknesses
· What motivates you and why you behave certain ways
· Your core emotions and behavioral responses
· The core values, motivations and needs of individuals based on their personality type
· How your personality type (Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher) affects the way you perform, behave and respond at work
· How your personality type (Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher) determines the way you perform, behave and respond as a parent and as a friend
· How to change your behavior
· How to get along with each of the other three key personality types
· How to motivate each of the other three key personality types
· The personality types that are best suited to your personality type or profile
· Advice for success in relationships
· How to use the Four Temperaments personality test and profiling system with your children
How Easy Is The Personality Test?
The test (a multiple-choice quiz) takes about 15 minutes. Patrick’s introduction, history of the Four Temperaments (Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher), his detailed description, interpretation and suggestions available as an MP3 immediate download.
How To Get Started
Patrick has now made his Four Temperaments (Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholy or Phlegmatic – Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher) personality prolife and test available as a MP3 – digital download. You also get a PDF file for you to complete the test or quiz. The PDF file is password protected so that Patrick Wanis will guide you and tell you when to take the personality test. You can take the personality prolife and test in the comfort of your own home (at just a fraction of the cost of attending a live session by Patrick Wanis.) Download it right now as an MP3 file.
Personality Test: Who are You? Talker, Doer, Thinker, Watcher?©
By Patrick Wanis
WOW Media 2008
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If you have specific issues you would like to deal with or discuss, Patrick Wanis is available for phone consultations.