Prepared for: John Q. Sample
Assessment Code: 23-45-87-14
John Q. Sample you are a Developer
Congratulations for taking the time to discover your C-FAR, John! Your report has been prepared to specifically fit the "right" career with your personality. A quick description of you as ashows:
In general terms,
Skeptical Independent Original Logical Non-Conforming Rational Analytical Objective Aloof Ingenious Inventive Resourceful Complex
As a Developer at work, John, you can succeed in nearly any occupation you choose, as long as it doesn't involve too much monotonous routine, at which point you likely become restless. You are excellent at contributing to innovative projects that test your ingenuity; and you excel at using your ability to see possibilities and analyzing them to logically solve problems. Clearly, any project that gives you an opportunity to learn, and use your creative impulse seems very worthwhile. However, you can lose much of your energy for a project when faced with following through with the tedious details. You can almost always find a logical reason for the things that you want, and because of your keen awareness and logic, you can easily see the flaw in any opposing position. In fact, little challenges your patience more than inefficiency, incompetence and disorder.
The "right fitting" job for you, John, might be one that provides independence, diversity, plenty of intellectual stimulation, and the opportunity to generate ideas. You must find your work challenging to be satisfying, and you are demanding of yourself and others. Since you can be impatient with those whom you consider less competent then you, you need to be surrounded by those you respect intellectually. Developers have insight into the internal logic and underlying principles of systems and organizations, and they excel at (and enjoy) strategizing, planning, and building systems to accomplish their goals.
Sometimes, John, you can be too complex for others to understand. Your intense dislike for the routine and the predictable can make it difficult for you to notice necessary details. You often fail to see your rich imagination, when left unbridled, can make you counterproductive. Also, you may rather talk about, write about, or improve the concepts of team building, goal setting, and time management, rather than actually being a part of them. Your constant drive for improving everything you come in contact with can be very frustrating for those that think everything is just fine as it is. Finally, when working on a project, it may go against your nature to consult others, but resist the temptation to disregard authority and make critical decisions on your own.
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