The description of the idealist exhibits many of the qualities that I posses, and as such leads me to believe that the generalizations therein are reasonably valid. Phrases such as "credulous about the future and mythical about the past" are indicative of the way my mind operates. I do find myself to be an excellent listener, abstract in thought, intensely emotional, and as illustrated in the Healer portion of the material, "wishing to please their parents and siblings but not knowing quite how to do it, they often try to hide their differences." Certainly, a number of the negative traits I perceive within myself were mirrored such as my disdain for disciplined schedules, my ignorance towards the current surroundings, my tendency towards fear of voicing my real beliefs on an issue, and especially the double-edged sword of intense emotions.
According to the analysis, I would be skilled at teaching, counseling, tutoring, or interpersonal integration. In my opinion, these are not generally the traits that I think of when I picture a financial analyst or controller; however to be completely honest I do not believe that either of the two are part of my career path. Unfortunately, since the end of my high school years "financial analyst" or "controller" have been my answers to the age-old, "what do you want to be when you grow up" my response to the question on the first day of