This report summarizes Napoleon Dynomite's key behavioral attributes, critical growth areas, and motivators. The report provides simple, yet powerful recommendations for Napoleon Dynomite to maximize performance.



Napoleon Dynomite - Key Behavioral Attributes
4% / S-Cr = Low Self-Critical

Low scorers in Self-Critical are self-assured and more confident. You usually prefer a fast pace compared to others. You also tend to bounce back from hardships quickly. Low scorers in Self-Critical believe in themselves and their ability to reach and exceed goals. You can often be competitive and ambitious.

Low scorers tend to think they are right and at times may be perceived as arrogant. They also have the tendency to blame others for mistakes, often justifying their own behavior during times of conflict. The low scorer in Self-Critical is also resilient. They bounce back from hardships quickly.

95% / FS = High Free Spirit

High scorers in Free Spirit like to have fun. You are playful, witty and quick, expressive and dynamic. High scorers in Free Spirit are active, adventurous, and assertive. You are often charming and charismatic. People enjoy being with you because you "know how to have fun." High scorers in Free Spirit appreciate variety in life and are drawn towards originality, art, sensuality and aesthetics. Your behavior, however, can sometimes be "over the top" and destructive.

High scorers in Free Spirit are adventurous, animated, festive and enthusiastic. They do not like to postpone gratification. They insist on having fun, and pushing the limits of pleasure. Others are often swept along in their rush towards enjoyment, whether they like it or not. This high intensity behavior can at times threaten others and be viewed as aggressive and dangerous.

94% / Exh = High Exhibition

High scorers in Exhibition enjoy and thrive in the limelight. Being center stage gives you energy. You enjoy the attention and affection of others. You are animated and charismatic, entertaining and stimulating.

High scorers in Exhibition also tend to be forceful, controlling individuals, insistent on winning attention. They can also be perceived as manipulative and coercive.

9% / Sub = Low Submissiveness

Low scorers in Submissiveness are tenacious. You delight in competition, a "good argument" and "worthy" opponents. You may be an adventurous risk taker. You tend to make decisions quickly and are capable of "grinding it out with the best of them." The word QUIT occurs rarely, if ever, in your vocabulary. You can also be quite stubborn and obstinate at times.

Low scorers are competitive and determined. In a group setting, they prefer to be in control and can be uncooperative. These behaviors frequently lead to conflict with others. Low scorers in Submissiveness are risk takers who can be rebellious and non-conforming. They will also "get it done no matter what."

91% / S-Cfd = High Self-Confidence

High scorers in Self-Confidence are poised, self-assured, and confident. You tend to be an assertive person who believes in yourself. Others believe in you as well. Sometimes this strength can be perceived as being overused.

High scorers in Self-Confidence tend to think and act like they know more about something or someone than they do. They may also underestimate the complexity of situations and try to cut corners to make a good impression. This can damage credibility, especially with people who are more cautious and place a higher value on accuracy.

88% / NW = High Networking

High scorers in Networking are natural networkers who prefer to maintain numerous personal friendships. You have a "more the merrier" approach to life. You tend to be very comfortable in group settings and enjoy socializing. You also tend to take people "at face value" and do not over-complicate relationships.

High scorers in Networking are natural socializers who tend to see the world through "rose colored glasses," ignoring inner complexities in oneself and others. They are not given to introspection or soul searching.

13% / S-Cn = Low Self-Control

Low scorers in Self-Control prefer instant gratification. You enjoy fun, excitement, risk, adventure and quick rewards for your efforts. You may be easily bored. Low scorers in Self-Control tend to bend the rules, stretch limits and thrive in chaos. You are often charismatic and animated, but you are also impulsive and at times careless.

Low scorers in Self-Control tend to stretch limits and take unnecessary risks. They love action. Low Self-Control may manifest in many areas: finances, eating habits, alcohol and drug use, controlling one's tongue, interrupting people, etc. The above issues may cause conflict with others and damage one's reputation. Developing Self-Control is about managing impulses.



Napoleon Dynomite - Growth Recommendations
4% / S-Cr = Low Self-Critical

You mostly believe in yourself and your ability to reach and exceed goals. You can often be competitive and ambitious. Others may see you as strong and resilient.

Recommendations for Low Scorers:
  • Realize that personal responsibility is a key to growth. Blaming others is rarely an effective long-term strategy. By carefully examining your role and responsibility in conflict, the low scorer in Self-Critical becomes more effective.

  • Accept and value feedback. The low scorer in Self-Critical has a tendency to deflect, minimize, ignore or criticize feedback from others.

  • Listening with an open mind is an underutilized skill set with the low scorer in Self-critical.

  • Power, control, competition, proactivity and winning motivate this person.
95% / FS = High Free Spirit

You are playful, witty and quick, expressive and dynamic. Fun and excitement, adventure and risk motivate high scorers in Free Spirit.

Recommendations for High Scorers:
  • Appreciate and respect the limits and boundaries of others. High scorers in Free Spirit have a tendency to think everyone enjoys their "antics." The truth is that, more reserved, cautious people are often overwhelmed by this behavior.

  • Listening is an underdeveloped, underutilized skill of the high scorer in Free Spirit. Slow down and really hear what other people say.

  • Fun and Excitement, adventure and risk motivate high scorers in Free Spirit. Frequent rewards and daily "wins" also motivate them.

  • Occasionally practice stopping the fun early to understand better other people's limits.
94% / Exh = High Exhibition

You are animated and charismatic, entertaining and stimulating. You get energy and clarity from being with people. Others may gravitate to your outgoing nature and enjoy your humor and wit when you exhibit it.

Recommendations for High Scorers:
  • Appreciate and respect the rights of others.

  • Listen more than you speak. Solicit the opinions of others and garner their support.

  • Public recognition, control and being center stage motivate the high scorer in Exhibition. Power also motivates you. Be aware of these tendencies, and direct them positively by leading volunteer groups or other beneficial community activities.
Our experience has taught us that growth occurs within relationships and through accountability. We recommend reviewing this report with the goal of maximizing your potential.

Which parts of this report do you agree with? Which parts do you not readily accept? At least 90% of the time, you'll agree with some of the recommendations. The recommendations you agree with should become the basis of your accountability plan.

We believe you'll benefit from identifying and working on your Essential Growth Areas. This process helps ensure that you'll maximize your potential.
Copyright © 2018 Essentials LLC - All Rights Reserved.