Purpose Types

The Do-er finds purpose by making sure everything gets done on time and correctly. Do-ers tend to be organized, thorough, independent, timely, and prepared. They value systems and order. Do-ers activate their sense of purpose by providing structure, organization and commitment to their team.

Do-ers tend to be

  • Factual
  • Ambitious
  • Respectable
  • Hard Working
  • Steady
  • Detailed

    Their parents probably said… “They’re so responsible, sometimes I wonder who’s the parent and who’s the child.”

The Creator finds purpose by coming up with new ideas and concepts. Creators value innovation and tend to dislike routine. They are daring, conceptual, and never afraid of a challenge. Creators activate their sense of purpose by providing excitement, new ideas, and optimism to their team.

Creators tend to be

  • Optimistic
  • Bold
  • Persuasive
  • Playful
  • Forgiving
  • Spontaneous
  • Adaptable

Their parents probably said…“You can’t tell this child anything. They have to learn everything from experience.”

The Believer finds purpose by developing relationships and creating camaraderie. Believers are creative, adaptable, and cooperative, which makes them fun to work with. Believers activate their sense of purpose by adding collaboration, understanding, and emotional meaning to their team.

Believers tend to be

  • Authentic
  • Intuitive
  • Kind Hearted
  • Insightful
  • Enthusiastic
  • Diplomatic
  • Imaginative

Their parents probably said… “For this kid, feelings aren’t everything, they’re the only thing.”

The Thinker finds purpose by analyzing and optimizing the world around them. Thinkers are logical, curious, efficient, and analytical. They’re always striving for a better tomorrow. Thinkers activate their sense of purpose by challenging existing thinking and providing deeper understanding to their team.

Thinkers tend to be

  • Analytical
  • Efficient
  • Logical
  • Curious
  • Independent
  • Pragmatic
  • Strategic

Their parents probably said… I’ve never won an argument with this child. They’ve raised the act of hair-splitting to an art form.”