Practical and to the point
Emotional and fun to be with.
Clever and logical
Intelligent and forward thinking.
Want to be creative and involved in lively activities with others.
Concentrate to make sure that directions are followed so that the project is completed correctly.
Want to make sure the project will get the kind of grade that will justify spending my time and energy on it.
Be most concerned as to whether the project helps me learn something new.
Express unintended boredom with talk that is too detailed.
Convey impatience with those who express ideas that are obviously not helpful.
Show little interest in thoughts and ideas that show little or no originality.
Tend to ignore those who talk about "long range plans" and direct my attention to what needs to be done right now.
Relying on my basic ability to see the big picture and pull ideas together.
Getting them to agree to at least one or two things on which we can "build" later.
Trying to place myself in the "shoes of others."
Keeping my composure and helping others to see things simply and logically.
Whether what I'm doing will become a meaningful memory.
Making sure that any actions I take are moving me towards my goals.
My immediate actions and choices, and whether they make sense.
My long range actions and how they will lead to other, new actions.
They can contribute ideas and challenge.
They seem thoughtful and reflective.
They are interesting and fun to be with.
They know what they're doing and can get things done.
Get more things accomplished than I planned.
Empathize with others and help them.
Solve a problem by using a logic or methods.
Have new thoughts or ideas which can be shared with others.
In touch with my feelings and those of others.
Logical, patient, and calm.
Down to earth and to the point.
Intellectually on top of things and aware of all of the potential options.
Very smart and full of unique ideas.
Someone who knows where they are going and how to get there.
Creative and interesting.
A dependable person who gets things done and "comes through."