Roles: Analysts

Shared traits: Intuitive and Thinking

The personality types in the Analyst Role – Architects, Logicians, Commanders, and Debaters – embrace rationality, excelling in intellectual and technological pursuits. The Thinking trait makes Analysts exacting, and the Intuitive trait lets them apply their minds to almost anything, with their imaginations aiding calculated, strategic thinking, or seeing just how far the rabbit hole goes with a crazy scheme or thought experiment.

These personalities are driven to understand and create, and have no problem switching between speculative musing and frank, solutions-oriented approaches to whatever problems are at hand. Broad, intelligent vision gives Analysts an ingenious air, but they can become overwhelmed and scattered if they don’t learn to hone these abilities and use them to advance a worthwhile cause or project.

The biggest pitfall is that their intellect can give them a false sense of accomplishment. They tend to prefer the world of ideas to the sober reality of follow-through, and by assuming the role of critic instead of participant, Analysts sometimes risk being functionally outpaced by those who simply sit down and do the work. They can earn themselves the unsavory title of “armchair analysts” while those with more real-world experience continue to create real results. Analyst personality types can lack a proper respect for those of simpler vision and expression, whatever their background, and it can hold them back.

Analysts value their intellect above all else, and it can be a challenge convincing them it’s worth checking their many hypotheses with an experiment or proper evidence to be sure. To many Analysts, if something makes sense in their minds, that’s as good as proved, and a great deal faster. Analysts can be brilliant, but they’re still human; under the influence of ego, these personality types can get in the habit of advancing clever opinions instead of objective facts.

Analysts’ positive self-identity stems largely from their formidable drive to learn, and their clever and sharply witty banter can make them excellent debate partners. Often insatiable readers as well, Analysts can be found stockpiling books, questioning teachers, and driving conversations in forums across the world wide web. These types prefer their own processes and pace, and are energized by exercising their minds on their own time.

Analysts are also relentless self-improvers. Once they’ve recognized a flaw, they apply all of this cold rationality, honest reflection, imagination, and desire for results to make it right. Analysts’ forceful, imaginative vision, when trained and focused, enables these personalities to conceive and accomplish things most thought impossible.

3 weeks ago
How the wourld would be, if nearly every one would be an analyst? I'm sure better!
6 days ago
You know, variety is the spice of life ;)
1 month ago
I can't believe that almost everything this site has deduced about me is basically 100% accurate.
1 month ago
That’s my life in 6 paragraphs.
2 months ago
I don't really like to learn. I'm a huge gamer and would rather play games than to learn. However when I'm taking a break from fiercely moving my hands (Don't take it in the wrong way), I do love science videos, especially Game/Film Theory since its basically both of them combined. I hate studying, but that is literally not a problem since no matter the course of Math or science, I always get an A if I merely sort of pay attention to class. I guess i'm just unintentionally smart.
Colman Connolly
3 months ago
This is incredibly accurate. However, I am torn on whether I am an Architect or Commander, as I am split 51% extroverted and 49% introverted
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