The Four Temperaments

Everyone has two temperaments.  Pick your most dominant temperament from the list below and then pick the one you think describes you secondly. No one is 100% one.  Sometimes it helps to get someone else to help you decide.  Sometimes we don't see ourselves as clearly as others see us.

Strengths: Outgoing, Responsive, Warm & Friendly, Talkative, Enthusiastic, Compassionate.

Weaknesses: Undisciplined, Emotionally Stable, Unproductive, Egocentric, Exaggerates.

Strengths: Strong-willed, Independent, Visionary, Practical, Productive, Decisive, Leader.

Weaknesses: Cold, Unemotional, Self-Sufficient, Impetuous, Domineering, Unforgiving, Sarcastic, Angry, Cruel

Strengths: Gifted, Analytical, Aesthetic, Self Sacrificing, Industrious, Self Disciplined

Weaknesses: Moody, Self-Centered, Persecution-prone, Revengeful, Touchy, The Oretical, Unsociable, Critical, Negative

Strengths: Calm, Quiet, Easy Going, Dependable, Objective, Diplomatic, Efficient, Organized, Practical, Humorous

Weaknesses: Unmotivated, Procrastinator, Selfish, Stingy, Self-protective, Indecisive, Fearful, Worrier

Please read the complete book of temperaments by purchasing the books...
Transformed Temperaments by Tim LaHaye
Spirit-Controlled Temperament by Tim LaHaye
How To Develop Your Child's Temperament by Beverly LaHaye

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