Temperament For The Job

9 Intuition, Creativity: Ideas, Concepts, Options: insight, imagination, creative perception or awareness, savvy on subconscious as well as conscious levels; reliance on subconscious ability to absorb essential information, mull it over, and come up with ideas, theories, concepts, symbols, patterns, interpretations, options, strategies, etc.

Intuition, creativity; ideas, concepts, options requiring intuitive sensing, perception or savvy on subconscious as well as conscious levels; reliance on subconscious talent and processes to absorb essential information (essence), mull it over and expect spontaneous ideas, concepts, options, strategies, symbols, patterns, etc. This is called "intuition."

Mind and mental activity are very central to this person's vocational activities. Intuition is very different from thought, from feeling and from sensation, by the major characteristic of insight. Intuition comes from the Latin meaning, literally, in to you. Intuitive insight results from identification with rather than looking at the object of attention. It is being a part of. Intuiting is a process, not of perception, but of experience. A high motivation indicates that this person has talent for experiencing abstract ideas, creativity, concepts, theory, assessment and choice of options. New ideas and creativity must have an important place in vocation.
Moderate motivation indicates that this person is open-minded, curious, creative, and innovative, having new ideas and concepts, and preference to be involved in creative or developmental activities. This is a complementary talent rather than major drive or specialization. It is, therefore, important to determine how it fits in with other mental and functional talents.
Perception, thinking, logic, decisions, and actions of this person are based in fact, resulting from personal experience. Experience is the process for learning, development, turning talents into skills, and functioning in vocational activities. Low motivation indicates that this person is not oriented toward fantasy, abstract ideas, creativity, theory, hypothesis, research, or experimentation.