About this course
The Energetic Thrillseeker is one of the most charismatic, nonchalant, and intelligently blunt personality types you will encounter. Their sole purpose in life seems to be in the center of the spotlight and to enjoy the company and the admiration of those around them. Energetic Thrillseekers always try to be in the center of attention, to make blunt, worldly jokes and to get people to notice them. However, despite their intelligence, they don’t enjoy formal settings and often have trouble with the rules present in places like schools and workplaces. Creative and ingenious, as well as bold and daring, they love making their own rules and trying out new things that no one in a million years would think about trying. This desire for new experiences and strong, bold decisions can often land them in trouble or even put them in danger.The main problems and pain points that Energetic Thrillseekers have to deal with are usually being too insensitive to people’s secrets and problems and being too ignorant of abstract ideas and values that have nothing to do with their typical “what is” practical mentality. They deal with these issues mainly through damage control and by being unapologetic about what doesn’t interest them. A strong, practical personality who isn’t afraid of saying what’s on their mind, Energetic Thrillseekers will give you feedback almost immediately and tell you what’s bothering them or what doesn’t interest them. Also, they can be remarkably observant, so as quickly as they make an insensitive comment, they will notice if it caused any hard feelings and seek to rectify the issue immediately.These energetic thrill seekers get easily bored and will not tolerate long, complicated or abstract ads that focus on metaphysical values and use complex explanations to get their point across. Such ads and presentations will make the normally enthusiastic Energetic Thrillseeker lose interest fast and avoid even trying to find out more.
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