Personality Profile | gregorypark
This profile describes gregorypark through
- Big Five personality traits
- similarity to 16 personality types
- similarity to Enneagram personality types
- personality-related adjectives
- top strengths, and
- career interests.
Below are estimates of gregorypark's placement on five broad personality traits, known as the Big Five in personality research:
Each personality dimension is described by a best estimate and a margin of error.
The best estimate is a single number (between 1 and 99) that describes how gregorypark compares to other people who answered the same questions. The higher the number, the higher gregorypark scored on this trait compared to other people on TraitLab.
The margin of error describes the reliability of the best estimate. A highly reliable estimate will have a small, narrow margin of error, while a less reliable estimate will have a bigger, wider margin of error. Estimates become more reliable by answering more questions.
Openness to Experience
Based on their answers so far, our best estimate of their level of Openness puts them at the 90th percentile. In other words, they scored higher than 90%, or lower than 10%, of other people. This estimate will vary as they answer additional questions, and their true value is likely somewhere between the 77th and 97th percentiles.
Interpretation for gregorypark
You are higher than most people on the Openness to Experience dimension.
As a highly open person, you crave new experiences and enjoy learning about different points of view.
You are likely deeply curious about a wide range of topics, and you may occasionally get lost when diving into a new subject, hobby, or intellectual pursuit.
You may be eager to escape from familiar sights and routines, and you often defy conventional norms or ways of thinking.
In the world of ideas and feelings, you are adventurous. You are unusually sensitive and aware of your own emotions and patterns of thought. You feel a need to consistently expand your perspective and often reflect deeply on your past experiences.
You have a high tolerance for ambiguity and an appreciation for complexity. While some people prefer things to be merely black or white, you are very comfortable with shades of grey.
Based on their answers so far, our best estimate of their level of Conscientiousness puts them at the 95th percentile. In other words, they scored higher than 95%, or lower than 5%, of other people. This estimate will vary as they answer additional questions, and their true value is likely somewhere between the 86th and 99th percentiles.
Interpretation for gregorypark
You are higher than most people on the Conscientiousness dimension.
You are usually very systematic in your thinking and planning. You prefer detailed plans, schedules, and routines, rather than simply figuring things out in the moment.
You can maintain focus on long-term goals (e.g., schooling, career, or health goals), persist through difficult challenges, and are less easily distracted by short-term opportunities and other temptations.
You value order and regularity. While you may not agree with every socially-accepted rule and guideline, you tend to do things by the book, regardless of the situation.
Based on their answers so far, our best estimate of their level of Extraversion puts them at the 8th percentile. In other words, they scored higher than 8%, or lower than 92%, of other people. This estimate will vary as they answer additional questions, and their true value is likely somewhere between the 2nd and 19th percentiles.
Interpretation for gregorypark
You are lower than most people on the Extraversion dimension.
You try to limit most social engagements when possible. You prefer to sit back and observe, and you avoid being the center of attention.
You gravitate towards less stimulating environments, and you avoid loud, busy, and crowded spaces. After a long or intense social engagement, you may feel overstimulated and exhausted, and you may need extended downtime to recover.
In group situations, you are more reserved than most people. You tend to speak less often, speak more softly, and smile and laugh less frequently than others in these settings. You are more comfortable when playing a supporting role, rather than taking charge and leading the group.
Based on their answers so far, our best estimate of their level of Agreeableness puts them at the 94th percentile. In other words, they scored higher than 94%, or lower than 6%, of other people. This estimate will vary as they answer additional questions, and their true value is likely somewhere between the 82nd and 99th percentiles.
Interpretation for gregorypark
You are higher than most people on the Agreeableness dimension.
You are highly motivated to maintain warm, friendly relationships with other people. You avoid conflict as much as possible, and when conflict does arise, you immediately seek to reduce or resolve any interpersonal tension.
You strive to be helpful and cooperative, and people often see you as a team player. You are more likely to do what is best for the group, rather than only do what is best for you.
You are highly sensitive to the emotions of other people. You often try to see things from another person's perspective, and you consider their feelings before taking action. You readily take on the emotions of people close to you. For example, if your friend is sad, you feel sad, too.
Based on their answers so far, our best estimate of their level of Neuroticism puts them at the 25th percentile. In other words, they scored higher than 25%, or lower than 75%, of other people. This estimate will vary as they answer additional questions, and their true value is likely somewhere between the 13th and 41st percentiles.
Interpretation for gregorypark
You are lower than most people on the Neuroticism dimension.
You tend to be very emotionally stable and have very few mood swings. Even under high stress, you experience relatively low levels of sadness, anxiety, and anger.
You rarely worry. You tend to be optimistic about the future, knowing that you can handle problems if they arise.
You are highly resilient to stress. Compared to most people, you can function normally under high amounts of stress, and it seldom disrupts your thinking, eating, or sleeping. Even after highly stressful events, you tend to bounce back quickly.
Personality in Words
Another way to describe gregorypark's personality is through a unique combination of descriptive words. While there are thousands of words for describing someone, some words are especially fitting for gregorypark, based on their personality dimensions.For example, gregorypark might be described as particularly considerate, quiet, thoughtful, compassionate, and caring.
Below is a visualization of up to 100 words that roughly describe their personality. While all of the words below describe their personality to some degree, some words are better descriptors than others. The size of each word is determined by how closely the word describes their personality. Bigger words describe prominent aspects of their personality, and smaller words describe less prominent aspects.
16 Personality Type Similarity
A popular way of thinking about personality involves typology, or categorizing personalities into simple types.
For example, in the popular "16 personalities" typology, each type is described by four letters, indicating a combination of attitudes and favored cognitive functions: Introversion-Extraversion, Sensing-Intuiting, Thinking-Feeling, and Judging-Perceiving.
Below are TraitLab's estimates for your relative preference on each of the four dimensions underlying the 16 personalities model:
The four preferences above are typically used to classify people into a single personality type. However, all typologies are oversimplifications, and nobody falls neatly into a single type.
One way to improve the typology approach is to think of an individual personality as a unique blend of multiple types. Below, you can see TraitLab's predictions for how closely their personality aligns with all 16 popular personality types.
Click on any type below to learn more about its underlying personality traits and patterns:
For more on the underlying theory behind this typology, see this article about personality types and the Big Five.
Enneagram Type Similarity
The Enneagram is a popular framework that categorizes personalities into nine interrelated types.
According to this model, each Enneagram type has characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving.
Based on your answers to the previous questions, TraitLab has estimated which of the Enneagram types is most similar to you. TraitLab's best estimate is:
Like all typologies, the Enneagram is an oversimplification, and nobody falls neatly into a single type. Instead, most personalities are better described as a unique blend of several types.
Rather than label you with a single type, TraitLab calculates your similarity to every Enneagram type. Below, you can see which of the nine types is most similar to your personality, along with a similarity score (from 0% to 100%).
Two people classified as Type 5s may still have significant differences in their personalities.
Some Enneagram practitioners use the concept of wings to distinguish an individual's personality beyond a single type. Wings are subtypes, or secondary types, that describe differences within a primary type.
For example, while your primary type may be Type 5, you may also share some characteristics of one of Type 5's neighboring types: Type 4 (The Individualist) and Type 6 (The Loyalist).
If you are more similar to Type 4, then your wing subtype would be 5w4, or Type 5 with a 4 wing, also known as The Poet.
Or, you may be more similar to Type 6. In this case, your wing subtype would be 5w6, or Type 5 with a 6 wing, also known as The Technician.
Based on your type similarities, TraitLab estimates that the wing subtype that best describes you is:
For more on the underlying theory behind this typology, see this article about the Enneagram.
Strengths are your unique set of positive qualities that you use when you are at your best.
Each person's combination of personality traits, interests, and experiences leads them to develop their own unique set of strengths.
Below are a few of this person's most well-developed strengths. This person is typically more satisfied, enthusiastic, and engaged when a challenge lets them use some or all of these top strengths:
Judgment is the willingness to remain open-minded, consider conflicting perspectives, and carefully weigh evidence from all sides.
Love Of Learning
Love of Learning is a passion for systematically building knowledge and skills.
Appreciation Of Beauty
Appreciation of Beauty is the ability to notice and experience deep appreciation for examples of physical and natural beauty, excellence in skill, craft, or talent, or the moral goodness of other people.
Perspective is the ability to see the bigger picture and offer practical advice about complex problems.
Creativity is the ability to generate ideas and solutions that are both novel and useful.
Persistence is the ability to continue pursuing a goal in the face of setbacks, difficulties, and failure.
Your combination of interests strongly influences your preferences for different types of work. People feel more satisfied and engaged with their work when its demands match their interests.
For example, some people naturally gravitate towards highly hands-on activities that demand manipulating objects with their hands, tools, or machinery. On the other end, some feel far more engaged when working with other people through communicating, teaching, nurturing, and helping.
Below is a snapshot of this interest profile across six broad dimensions, followed by descriptions of each interest and a small sample of potential career options.
You have very strong Investigative interests.
People with higher Investigative interests enjoy tackling challenging research and analytic problems. They often describe themselves as rational, logical, and intellectual.
Highly Investigative people often like working at the intersection of things and ideas. For example, they can become deeply engrossed in understanding how systems or natural phenomena work and interact.
Intense Investigative interests usually fit well with careers that require a blend of technical skills and abstract concepts, like mathematics, sciences, and engineering.
Careers with higher Investigative interests include mathematicians, epidemiologists, chemists, biomedical engineers, computer scientists, and geographers.
You have moderate Artistic interests.
People with higher Artistic interests prefer working and experimenting with ideas. They are usually more comfortable with abstract concepts and creative, unstructured environments than strict processes and procedures.
Highly Artistic people also tend to be higher on Openness to Experience, and they are generally highly perceptive of emotional aspects and other abstract features. In addition, they are likely to describe themselves as imaginative, creative, and philosophical.
Intense Artistic interests fit well with careers that focus primarily on ideas and may require creativity and artistic risk-taking.
Careers with higher Artistic interests include photographers, musicians, fashion designers, makeup artists, hairstylists, and writers.
You have moderate Realistic interests.
People with higher Realistic interests enjoy hands-on, physical activities and tasks. For example, satisfying work often involves working directly with their hands or through tools or machinery to get a job done.
Highly Realistic people generally prefer working directly with things and tangible objects rather than working primarily with ideas and abstract concepts.
They are usually more comfortable taking physical risks as part of their work, and they may also enjoy adding competitive features to their daily tasks.
As a result, they often gravitate towards jobs with opportunities for working outdoors, competition, and physical risk-taking.
Careers with higher Realistic interests include electricians, carpenters, animal trainers, forest rangers, and arborists.
You have low Enterprising interests.
People with higher Enterprising interests prefer roles that involve leading, influencing, and persuading others. They are comfortable taking control, making decisions, and commanding the attention of others.
Highly Enterprising people tend to be highly assertive and skilled communicators. In addition, they are more likely to describe themselves as tough-minded, influential, and outspoken.
Intense Enterprising interests are a natural fit for domains that rely on influencing others, such as sales and marketing, or leading others, such as management and executive roles.
Careers with higher Enterprising interests include chief executives, lawyers, office managers, event coordinators, investment traders, and public relations specialists.
This combination of interests could fit well with many career paths, such as: