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" Jack of all trades, master of none " is a figure of speech used in reference to a person that is competent with many skills but is not necessarily outstanding in any particular one. The earliest recorded versions of the phrase do not contain the second part. Indeed they are broadly positive in tone. Such a Jack of all trades may be a master of integration, as such an individual knows enough from many learned trades and skills to be able to bring their disciplines together in a practical manner. This person is a generalist rather than a specialist . [ citation needed ]
In the ancient Greek world, philosophy was not just about thinking; it was more about living. The aim of the exercise was to live well, not just to think clearly. This meant that philosophers like Plato and Epicurus were held in high regard as great teachers or gurus. People would come to Athens to sit at their feet and learn how to flourish as human individuals.
Chaotic neutral is the philosophy that the pursuit of liberty and freedom is a desirable end in and of itself. It is a philosophy of pure equitistic individualism. This philosophy holds that the best way for all beings to pursue a rational self-interest is in a society devoid of social order. By putting the needs of the individual ahead of the needs of the state or social order, each being can advance its own self-interest with a minimum of interference from others. The ideal government for this alignment is an minimalist state or anarchy supporting a social order in which they are allowed maximum freedom.
A chaotic neutral character follows his whims. He is an individualist first and last. He values his own liberty but doesn't strive to protect others' freedom. He avoids authority, resents restrictions, and challenges traditions.
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Your result for The Golden Compass Daemon Test ... You are a bold and fearless person, with a strong sense of self. People, especially people who don't know you well, might think that you are unfeeling or callous, but your loved ones know that you are a loyal and fierce friend.
Your result for The Golden Compass Daemon Test ... In a way, you are a truly balanced person. You have a good sense of self, but you have periods of worry and self doubt. You don't like to be alone a lot, but you don't like being constantly surrounded, either. You can be shy in some situations and bold in others.
Your result for The Golden Compass Daemon Test ... You are calm and logical, but not unemotional. You are an introvert, at heart, preferring to read alone than be subjected to the crush and noise of a big party or bar. You have a few friends and family, whose presence you welcome - to a point. Even they can wear on your nerves eventually, and you need to retreat back into your personal space for a while so you can recharge. Your energy comes in bursts, after which you need a long nap or a couple of evenings at home to recuperate.
Sevens are mental types who are forward thinkers and forward movers. They usually bring an optimistic and positive attitude to all of their activities. They are interested in many different subjects. They don't want to be limited to doing one thing and they prefer to keep their options and possibilities open.
Point Seven, the third member of the fear triad of Five , Six and Seven is known as the Epicure or the Generalist and sometimes has been called the Adventurer. The Seven, unlike the Five who usually withdraws inward into the freeing and fascinating world of the mind, often moves outward to taste the many fascinating and sometimes adventurous ways of engaging life in its many manifestations. But like the Five, the Seven also is a "head type" and favors the experiences of the mind over the body. For in the mind, life can unfold according to the delights of the imagination. The passion is "gluttony", an unquenchable appetite for new experiences, and the fixation is "planning", a habitual way of focusing attention on the many pleasant possibilities for the future including options and backup plans. Words frequently associated with the Seven include hedonist, permissiveness, wish fulfillment, narcissism, fun, excitement, enthusiastic, shallow and happiness.
ENTP - The Innovator Profile by Sandra Krebs Hirsch and Jean Kummerow ENTPs are known for their quest of the novel and complex.
Inventors begin building gadgets and mechanisms as young children, and never really stop, though as adults they will turn their inventiveness to many kinds of organizations, social as well as mechanical. There aren't many Inventors, say about two percent of the population, but they have great impact on our everyday lives. With their innovative, entrepreneurial spirit, Inventors are always on the lookout for a better way, always eyeing new projects, new enterprises, new processes. Always aiming to "build a better mousetrap."Inventors are keenly pragmatic, and often become expert at devising the most effective means to accomplish their ends. They are the most reluctant of all the types to do things in a particular manner just because that's the way they have been done.
Intuitive-Logical Extratim - ENTp (The Inventor) Based upon original work by Victor Gulenko with some alterations ENTps normally have a long, slim figure. Other parts of the body are also stretched, especially the legs and fingers. They often have rounded shoulders.
It is also so easy to style, if your hair is short, simply use a wax or gel and direct the hair forward and up in the center. For a Faux Hawk on longer locks, backcomb a rectangular section from your front hairline to your crown. Slick the sides down close to your head, either behind the ears or secure these sections straight back and underneath the back sections. The Mohawk inspired the Faux Hawk hairstyle. The Faux version allows you somewhat of an appearance of a Mohawk without having to buzz or shave the sides of the head, thus faux hawks the alternative mohawk. Such male celebrities as David Beckham, and Colin Farrell pictured here, have made this hairstyle one of the hippest for men.
by Paul James Original version: April 5, 1999 revised and published on the web: March 12, 2000