They are attentive and people-focused, and they enjoy taking part in their social community. Their achievements are guided by decisive values, and they willingly offer guidance to others.
Here’s how each personality type behaves as a caretaker
Encourage, lift and strengthen one another. For the positive energy spread to one will be felt by us all. People who share the Consul personality type are, for lack of a better word, popular — which makes sense, given that it is also a very common personality type, making up twelve percent of the population.
In high school, Consuls are the cheerleaders and the quarterbacks, setting the tone, taking the spotlight and leading their teams forward to victory and fame. Later in life, Consuls continue to enjoy supporting their friends and loved ones, organizing social gatherings and doing their best to make sure everyone is happy.
Consuls are more concerned with fashion and their appearance, their social status and the standings of other people. Practical matters and gossip are their bread and butter, but Consuls do their best to use their powers for good. Consuls are altruists, and they take seriously their responsibility to help and to do the right thing.
Unlike their Diplomat relatives however, people with the Consul personality type will base their moral compass on established traditions and laws, upholding authority and rules, rather than drawing their morality from philosophy or mysticism. Consuls love to be of service, enjoying any role that allows them to participate in a meaningful way, so long as they know that they are valued and appreciated.
This is especially apparent at home, and Consuls make loyal and devoted partners and parents. Consul personalities respect hierarchy, and do their best to position themselves with some authority, at home and at work, which allows them to keep things clear, stable and organized for everyone.
Compulsive pleasing is deceptive and dangerous
But their devotion goes further than just breezing through because they have to. Being pretty conflict-averse, Consuls spend a lot of their energy establishing caretaker order, and prefer plans and organized events to open-ended activities or spontaneous get-togethers. The best thing for Consuls to do is to do what they do best: be a role model, take care of what they have the power to take care of, and enjoy that so many people do appreciate the efforts they make. Not a member yet? Create a free profile by taking our personality test or entering your yourself.
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