You are perfect for some things, and not for others.
- Dormant Innovation: You dislike new and unproven ideas over time. Your predictability is why people depend on you.
- Dormant Passion: Instead of connecting with others based upon feelings, you usually connect based upon ideas, discussions and debates.
- Dormant Power: You build consensus in a group, and don’t like to force your opinions on others.
- Dormant Prestige: Rather than intimidating or pushing others to reach the next level, you communicate with a grounded, peer-to-peer attitude.
- Dormant Trust: You love to explore new ideas and invent fresh solutions. You’re frustrated by rigid procedures. (I have a dormant Trust, too.)
- Dormant Mystique: You are expressive, open, and candid. People know where they stand with you.
- Dormant Alert: Details exhaust you. Instead of meticulously reading the instructions, you’d rather figure it out yourself. You want to focus on the bigger picture, and avoid getting stuck in the weeds.
3 ways to avoid feeling drained by your dormant Advantage
- DISCIPLINE: Set aside time to accomplish these tasks, knowing you’ll need extra energy to finish them.
- DELEGATE: Find a partner who excels in the areas that exhaust you.
- DELETE: Reduce these types of interactions, so you’re not put in a position to spend your energy here.