Your answers suggest you are a Performer
The four aspects that make up this personality type are:
Spontaneous, Facts, Hearts and Extrovert.
Summary of Performers
* Love fun, people and the world around them
* Prefer hands-on learning to reading a book
* Think of themselves as enthusiastic, sociable or sensitive
* May forget about commitments because they’re having so much fun
More about Performers
For the Performers, people and the exciting world around them come before rules and routines. This group believes you can get work done efficiently and have fun at the same time. Others are naturally drawn to the Performers’ outgoing nature and enjoyment of life.
Performers are most likely to say they dislike reading travel books, according to a UK survey.
Performers are good at reading people and figuring out what their needs are. They don’t believe in making plans and are confident that they can handle whatever comes their way. These skills allow Performers to quickly motivate others.
In situations where they can’t use their talents or are unappreciated, Performers may become distracted, fail to accept or meet deadlines, or take criticism too personally. Under extreme stress, Performers can be overwhelmed by thinking of all the things that could possibly go wrong.
Performers may live for the moment and forget the consequences of their actions.