The Emotion Sparker
The world is full of emotions, it only requires the right time for them to be expressed!
Emotion sparkers (ES) are individuals with a vivid emotional life that value good relationships. They can perceive the feelings of others well and are great at influencing and controlling the emotions of others. ESs are good at telling stories, they can express themselves throughout a broad scale of feelings. They are good at truly engaging people, and therefore, are well suited for giving speeches. They are internally unbalanced and are very emotional about their successes and failures, they often create drama. They do not have a lot of close relationships, but because they are good at energising others, they drag many along with them. They love music.
Emotion sparkers are good actors, they can take on the necessary role and also easily leave it behind. In a rapidly changing situation, they feel themselves good and move as well, both emotionally and in their actions. They are trying to look fashionable, both in their behaviour and in their appearance. ESs are accurate, know how to plan their time and anticipate threats. They don’t like if they are interrupted, or when their own natural pace is rushed along.
When they encounter a new situation, they begin to act immediately and try to leave the impression of a useful and beneficial person to others. However, they can’t stay in this doer’s role for too long, and the more they adapt to the situation, the more they begin to pay more attention to the emotional facets. In general, they don’t like to do several things at once, but at the same time, they do not like routine activities.
ESs find it difficult to think about healing themselves or about creating comfort around them. It is also hard for them to schedule eating food with proper nutrition. On the other hand, they may be too painstaking in these matters, stockpiling large quantities of drugs, taking food with them when going somewhere, and taking excessive care of their security. Anyway, these are the things which make them feel uneasy, and therefore, they try to avoid any problems which may arise in these situations.
In their appearance, they are extravagant, often adding outstanding pieces to their clothing. But they do not tolerate it if their appearance is criticised.
ESs gladly receive systematic and scientific information, they like people that can explain structures, the nature of things, and that bring out the essence and point to the links. They like it when everything is clear and systematic and will gladly participate in lectures that explain all this. They respect rules, laws, and highly appreciate people who are able to explain these.
They like strong, determined people and trustworthy partners. They want to dress nicely and to have a certain status.
They have humanitarian interest, and they have the role of a moral educator and a mentor. They expect polite behaviour, are principled, and do not compromise. ESs form relationships easily, feel the nature of relationships well and can easily stop conflicts from emerging. They are aristocratic people who can stay offended for a long time.
Emotion sparkers are good at sensing arising opportunities and take advantage of them without too much fuss. They are also good at identifying the skills of others and believe in them. They are emotional people that infect others with their emotions and draw others along with their mood.
Extrovert – directed more towards objects than relationships.
Rationalist – one goal, a lot of methods for achieving it.
Suitable field: humanitarian
Incentive for acting: uniqueness, unusualness
Princess Diana, J. K. Rowling, Audrey Hepburn, Lauren Graham, Kirstie Alley, Diane Sawyer, Elizabeth Dole, Brenda Vaccaro, Oprah Winfrey, Kate Winslet
Leonardo DiCaprio, David Copperfield, Charlie Chaplin, Pete Sampras, Dennis Hopper, Ben Stiller, Matthew McConaughey, Martin Luther King Jr., Johnny Depp, Nelson Mandela, Tony Blair
Other abbreviations: ENFJ, EIE, Hamlet, FeNi