On solid ground. About 45% of the population.
Lions are leaders who thrive on order and continuity. Lions are naturally drawn to groups of people and administrative roles and seek out like minded companions in clubs, civic groups, churches and other service organizations. Lions are highly represented among leadership roles in Fortune 1000 companies and government.
Likely famous lions include Lyndon B. Johnson, John D. Rockefeller, Sam Walton and Rev. Billy Graham.
ESFJ –Dogs ( Yellow Lab)
Dogs are friendly guardians of people and traditions. They “wear their hearts on their sleeves”. Dogs exude warmth and friendship yet are very protective of their children and or loved ones. Dogs are keenly aware of their surroundings, can sense danger and are “hyper-vigilant”.
Likely famous dogs include Mary Tyler Moore, Terry Bradshaw, Danny Glover and Sally Field.
ISTJ – Beavers
Beavers are busy. They are smart and hard workers. They value tradition and gravitate toward procedures that they know work. They are easy frustrated by inconsistencies in others, especially when others do not keep their word.
Likely famous beaverss include George Washington, Herbert Hoover and Evander Holyfield.
ISFJ – Camels
Camels are consistent. They are generally “savers versus spenders” and good stewards of their resources . They are loyal to a fault and can be extremely warm with their families and circles of friends. Camels are practical, have good memories and in the workplace are methodical and accurate workers.
Likely famous Camels include St. Teresa of Avila, Queen Elizabeth II of England, Howard Taft and Ed Bradley.
Going with the flow. About 23% of the population.
ESTP – Orca
Orca’s are the biggest alpha predators in the sea. They have even been known to tear apart Great White Sharks. Orcas are spontaneous, fun loving, often athletic and take risks. Orcas are extremely aware of their surroundings. Some of the most successful salespeople are Orcas.
Famous Orcas likely include Bruce Willis, Eddie Murphy, Chuck Yeager and Ernest Hemingway
ISTP – Octopus
Octopuses are independent and handy. They are logical and have a compelling drive to understand the way things work. Octopuses are also adventurous and often have a “healthy” disrespect for authority. They are attracted to motorcycles, airplanes, sky diving, surfing and more. They are often artisans, craftsmen and mechanics.
Famous Octopuses likely include Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynaolds, James Dean, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tom Cruise.
ESFP – Seals
Seals are fun. They love people, telling stories, entertaining – on stage, at work or at home. Seals love partys and social gatherings. Most seals love to talk and or perform. Seals are drawn to people oriented professions such as sales, service and entertainment.
Famous seals likely include Bob Hope, Willard Scott, Arsenio Hall and Kathy Lee Gifford.
ISFP – Angelfish
Angelfish are colorful and trendy. Many are the first to plunge into new fashions and avant garde experiences. Some angelfish males are fiercely competitive and are drawn to sports.
Famous Angelfish likely include Marilyn Monroe, Liberace, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson and Magic Johnson.
Above it All. About 19% of the population.
ENTP – Griffin ( EagleLions)
Part eagle and part lion, Griffins can be highly intuitive connectors of ideas, people and systems. Griffins are often innovators, designers, creators and entrepreneurs. They are comfortable living between worlds where they discover and capture ideas for themselves and mankind.
Famous Giffins likely include Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Walt Disney and Richard Branson.
ENFP – Pegassus ( Flying Horse)
Flying horses are often great with people and champions of causes. These natural “pied pipers” are able to get excited about ideas, products and causes and persuade people to their cause with pure enthusiasm.
Famous Flying Horses likely include Robin Williams, Mark Twain, Will Rogers and Bill Clinton
INTP – Owl / Night Eagle
Noctua or Eagles of the night, these highly intelligent birds are often caught up, sometimes absent mindedly, in the world of ideas and theories. They are inventive thinkers, engineers and designers who are able to make connections where few can.
Famous Owls likely include Sir Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein and Bill Gates.
INFP – Dove
Doves are idealists who believe in peace and harmony. They are focused on making the world a better place. Doves seek unity in their lives including that of body and mind as well as emotions and intellect. Many are vivid dreamers who live in the place between fantasy and reality. They are often talented healers, writers and counselors.
Famous Doves likely include Emily Bronte, Princess Diana, Albert Schweizer, Alanis Morissette, Oscar Wilde and William Shakespeare.
Catalysts for change. About 11% of the population.
ENFJ – Storks
Storks are mentors, teachers and leaders of people. Because they put people first, they can foster intense loyalty in their teams and can even lead movements that are in alignment with their personal values.
Famous Storks most likely include Ross Perot, Ronald Reagan, Francois Mitterand and Dick van Dyke.
ENTJ – Eagle
Eagles are natural born leaders. They are raptors with keen vision and intellect who soar above scanning the field below. These “war birds” are sharply focused on their objectives and like fighter pilots, are not afraid to engage in conflict, debate and battle.
Famous Eagles most likely include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Norman Schwarkopf, Al Gore, Margaret Thatcher and Patrick Stewart
INFJ – Phoenix (Fire Bird)
Fire birds are keepers of the flames of truth and justice. These storytellers, speakers and writers are masters of the human psyche and can be a force for social change. Like their namesake, these birds experience cycles of energy charge, expenditure and recharge.
Famous Pheonixs likely include JK Rowling, Oprah Winfrey, Ghandi and Martin Luther King.
INTJ – Dragon
Often found alone in their lairs (laboratories or studies), Dragons are mastermind architects, scientists and teachers of systems. They are often brilliant masters of their domains and have little patience or respect for ignorance or stupidity. Like their namesakes they are generally cool on the outside but can breathe fire when provoked.
Famous Dragons likely include Thomas Jefferson, William F. Buckley, Jr., and Dan Akroyd