Professional Reading: Kingdomality
When it comes to analyzing personality types and finding out what role you are intended to play, Kingdomality, breaks down every personality and simplifies it to a clear understanding for who fits in where. These details can help a person figure out where they fit in and where they don’t. Learning this information about oneself could be very useful to take to the business environment. Understanding your own strengths and weaknesses is a big deal when working with others. This simple story, represented by a King name Harold, can help people know themselves, as well as, know others, identify the issues at hand, knowing who is on their team at all times, and getting the goals one needs to get going and get things accomplished.
The kingdom has four main groups, which are represented in the story by the four corners. The North consists of the challengers. These are the more logical characters that tend to remain rational and efficient most of the time. The challengers like to set their goals high and push the boundaries to achieve the most. If anything or anyone stands in the way of their success they will be sure to challenge any thoughts or critics to guarantee their success in the end. There are the southerners, who are passionate. They love a cause but do not always seem to be practical. The southerners are often called helpers because they let their emotions rule the way they react to certain situations instead of actually thinking things through. The Easterners are referred to as the maintainers. These are the ones that take on the role of keeping the kingdom operating properly in a fashionable manner; however, the word new can cause them to stress out. The easterners can always be depended on. These characters do not like change in their life and they believe innovation can cause chaos so they stray away from anything unsure. “If it was good enough for grandpa, it’s good enough for me” is a quote from...
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