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30 June 2004 @ 08:25 pm
Personality test  
From aeire by way of ocarina:

You are an SRDF--Sober Rational Destructive Follower. This makes you a font of knowledge. You are cool, analytical, intelligent and completely unfunny. Sometimes you slice through conversation with a cutting observation that causes silence and sidelong glances. You make a strong and lasting impression on everyone you meet, the quality of which depends more on their personality than yours.

You may feel persecuted, as you can become a target for fun. Still, you are focused enough on your work and secure enough in your abilities not to worry overly.

You are productive and invaluable to those you work for. You are loyal, steadfast, and conscientious. Your grooming is impeccable. You are in good shape.

You are kind of a tool, but you get things done. You are probably a week away from snapping.


Hits:
  • analytical
  • causing silence and sidelong glances
  • feeling persecuted
  • target of fun
  • tool
Misses:
  • cutting observations
  • focused on work
  • secure in abilities
  • productive
  • good grooming
  • in good shape
 
 
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Alun Clewealun_clewe on July 1st, 2004 06:28 am (UTC)
Actually, when I tried that test, I think it nailed me pretty well for the most part:
"You are an SRCF--Sober Rational Constructive Follower. This makes you a White House staffer. You are a tremendous asset to any employer, cool under pressure, productive, and a great communicator. You feel the need to right wrongs, take up slack, mediate disputes and keep the peace. This comes from a secret fear that business can't go on without you--or worse, that it can.

"If you have a weakness, it is your inability to say "no." While your peers respect you, they find it difficult to resist taking advantage of your positive attitude and eagerness to take on work. You depend on a good manager to keep you from sinking under the weight and burning out."
(Although I think the "White House staffer" thing is kind of odd...)