4 Types

Fourfold Typologies:
Rayid: Stream – Flower – Jewel – Shaker
Mental – Emotional – Kinesthetic – Extremist

Hippocrates/Four Elements: Earth – Water – Fire – Air

Energy Profiling: Nitrogen, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Carbon

Temperaments: Melancholic – Phlegmatic – Choleric – Sanguine
Black Bile – Phlegm – Yellow Bile – Blood
Air = Blood/Sanguine | Optimistic
Earth = Black/Bile | Melancholic/Easily Depressed
Fire = Yellow/Adrenaline | Choleric/Volatile/Easy anger
Water = White/Lymph/Mucous | Phlegmatic/Calm/Easygoing

Jung: Thinking – Feeling – Sensation – Intuition

Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI): Perception – Judgement

DISC: D- I – S – C

Explorer – Director – Builder – Negotiator

HOTS: Hare – Owl – Tortoise – Squirrel

Driver – Expressive – Analytic – Amiable

Directive – Collaborative – Deliberative – Counseling

Autocratic – Attacking – Avoidance – Acquiescent

Dominant – Yielding – Outgoing – Reserved

Craftsman – Jungle Fighter – Company Man – Gamesman

Lion – Otter – Golden Retriever – Beaver

Energizer – Stabilizer – Worker – Pleasure-Seeker

Lion – Bear – Bee – Otter

Hartman: Red – Blue – White – Yellow
Power – Intimacy – Peace – Fun

Human Design America: Initiator,
Artisan – Guardian – Rational – Idealist

Human Design System: Manifestor, Generator, Projector, Reflector

Freud’s Stages: Oral – Anal – Phallic – Genital

Male Archetypes: King – Warrior – Magician – Lover

Female Archetypes:
Mother/Madonna – Amazon – Maiden/Virgin – Courtesan

Learning Styles: Concrete – Abstract – Random – Sequential

Aura Colors: Physical – Mental – Emotional – Spiritual
1. Mental
2. Emotional (Objective)
3. Emotional (Subjective)
4. Physical

World Views: Dogmatic – Agnostic – Traditional – Innovative

Mistaken Goals: Recognition – Power – Service – Revenge

Money Personality: Spender – Saver – Avoider – Monk

Abnormal Behavior:

    1. Hyperesthetic/Too Sensitive
    2. Anesthetic/Too Insensitive
    3. Meloncholic/Too Serious
    4. Hypomanic/Too Excitable


Human Values: Religious – Theoretic – Economic – Artistic
(NF) (NT) (SJ) (SP)
“Workers”, “Managers”, “the Middle Class”, “Dissidents”

Blood Type: O, A, B, AB (OO, AA, AO, BB, BO, AB, ++, +-, –)

    Hunter (O), Cultivator (A), Nomad (B), Enigma (AB)
    Old (Hunter), Agrarian (Farmer), Balanced (Herder), Mixed?
    Hunter, Cultivator, Cultivator-Hunter, Nomad, Nomad-Hunter, Enigma


21 Blood Type Possibilities:

    O+O+ A+A+ A+O+ B+B+ B+O+ A+B+
    O+O- A+A- A+O- B+B- B+O- A+B-
    O-O- A-A- A-O- B-B- B-O- A-B-
    A-O+ B-O+ A-B+


Possible Rayid-Enneagram Correlations:

    1. Flower?: 6, 7, 8; 2, 4, 7;
    2. Jewel?: 1, 2, 3; 1, 5, 8;
    3. Stream?: 9; 3, 6, 9;
    4. Shaker?: 4, 5; 6, 7

    1. Stream-Flower:
    2. Stream-Jewel:
    3. Shaker-Flower:
    4. Shaker-Jewel:

Four basic shapes of face that correspond to the four orders of seasons possible during pregnancy.

    A. Winter-Spring-Summer – Steady and Practical
    B. Autumn-Winter-Spring – Romantic
    C. Summer-Autumn-Winter – Thinker
    D. Spring-Summer-Autumn – Doer

4 Dating Personalities:

    1. Shy Idealist
    2. Shy Realist
    3. Social Idealist
    4. Social Realist


Center of Attention – Diversion
Affiliation – Nurturance

Brain Preference/Orientation:

    1. Left Brain Visual
    2. Left Brain Auditory
    3. Right Brain Visual
    4. Right Brain Auditory

What Kind of Kisser Are You?

    Bashful kisser
    Passionate kisser
    Playful kisser
    Romantic kisser

Dan Korem Profiling: IFPINC.COM
People typically act in consistent, similar ways called traits. When two or more traits are combined together, we have what are called types. Combine two or more types together and you get a profile.

TALK/COMMUNICATION: Control/Express; Ask/Tell
1. Control Emotions <-> Express Emotions
2. Ask <-> Tell

    a. CONTROL & TELL (Sergeant, Leader, Commander)
    b. EXPRESS & TELL (Salesman, Communicator, Presenter)
    c. CONTROL & ASK (Accountant, Investigator, Detailer)
    d. EXPRESS & ASK (Artist, Counselor, Sensor)

WALK/PERFORMANCE: Confident/Fearful; Predictable/Unpredictable
3. Confident Actions <-> Fearful Actions
4. Predictable <-> Unpredictable

    e. CONFIDENT & PREDICTABLE (Manager, Organizer, Decision-maker)
    f. CONFIDENT & UNPREDICTABLE (Innovator, Inventor, Creative Spark Plug)
    g. FEARFUL & PREDICTABLE (Conformist, Supporter, Sustainer)
    h. FEARFUL & UNPREDICTABLE (Random Actor, Manipulator, Public Menace)

16 Comprehensive Profiles
SERGEANT/MANAGER ACCOUNTANT/MANAGER
SERGEANT/INNOVATOR ACCOUNTANT/INNOVATOR
SERGEANT/CONFORMIST ACCOUNTANT/CONFORMIST
SERGEANT/RANDOM ACTOR ACCOUNTANT/RANDOM ACTOR

SALESMAN/MANAGER ARTIST/MANAGER
SALESMAN/INNOVATOR ARTIST/INNOVATOR
SALESMAN/CONFORMIST ARTIST/CONFORMIST
SALESMAN/RANDOM ACTOR ARTIST/RANDOM ACTOR

5 Core Personality Factors:
1. Extroversion vs. Introversion
2. Agreableness vs. Disagreableness
3. Conscientiousness/Dependability vs. Undependability
4. Emotional Stability vs. Neuroticism
5. Intellectual Ability

Sociopathic Behavior:
1. Glib and superficial
2. Egocentric and grandiose
3. Lack of remorse or guilt
4. Lack of empathy
5. Deceitful and manipulative
6. Shallow emotions
7. Impulsive
8. Poor behavior controls
9. Need for excitement
10. Lack of responsibility
11. Early behavior problems
12. Adult antisocial behavior

4 Rules of Systematic Accuracy in Profiling

    1. People typically act in consistent, similar ways called traits. When two or more traits are combined together, we have what are called types. Combine two or more types together and you get a profile.

    2. Always measure different people with the same gauges or questions.

    3. Anything worth measuring is worth measuring twice.

    4. The best questions or gauges focus on action that are related to what you are trying to predict.


4 Common profiling mistakes/misreads:

    TELL for CONFIDENT
    ASK for FEARFUL
    FEARFUL for UNPREDICTABLE
    PREDICTABLE for FEARFUL


7 Key Reasons for Misreads:
1. Confuse One Trait for Another
2. Difficulty Reading One’s Opposite Trait/Type
3. People Can Learn a Specific Action
4. Life-changing Experience
5. Culture or Choice Suppresses Actual Traits
6. Emotional Reads
7. Combination Types

5 Clue Sources:
1. Attire and grooming

    controlled v. individual appearance: control? v. express?
    corporate uniform: predictable?
    poor grooming: fearful or low confident; ask
    meticulous grooming: control; fearful
    individualized attire: low confident; high tell
    non-individualized attire: predictable; control; fearful

2. Speech

    patterns and content:
    voice quality and tone:
    reserved speech content and tone:
    inquiring tone and language:
    forceful:
    monotone:
    effusive:

3. Actions

    decisive:
    wavers:
    resistant to change:
    welcomes change:

4. Nonverbal actions and reactions

    forceful use of hands:
    retreating use of hands:
    hard gaze:
    empathetic expression:
    stiff posture:
    casual, open posture:

5. Background information

    professional associates
    friends and acquaintances
    adversaries
    media
    resumes, memos, correspondence

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