You Are a Narrator

icon NarratorYou’re quiet, kind and reliable, the sort of person everyone wants on their team. You often end up in leadership roles, not because you’re loud and flashy, but because your strong sense of self and your loyalty to others make you an ideal servant-leader and consensus builder. You’ll work hard when you feel loved and appreciated, but can withdraw if you feel attacked or unworthy.
When you communicate with others, you’re great at solving problems, developing strategy, and providing deep background knowledge. You think and plan for the long term. On the other hand, your desire to solve problems can irritate people who just want to share emotions, and your quiet, reserved nature can frustrate more outgoing personality types.

If you want to capitalize on your strengths to help loved ones make good decisions, you’ll find help here.

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Karyn Skultety, PhD

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