ESE vs LII Compared by Functions

ESE vs LII Compared by Functions

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Rush

Inability to calculate their time properly. Struggles with time management and waiting.

Planning

Good time management. Good internal clock. Punctual. Efficiently manages and values time.

Conservatism

Applying old methods to new tasks. Encourages new ideas and initiatives.

Improvement

Generation of new ideas in implementing a principle. Enhances theories with new ideas.

Caretaking

Taking care of those who can't care for themselves. Nurturing. Attentive to others' practical and comfort needs.

Unpretentiousness

Managing with what is available. Can manage with absolutely little. Minimalist. Prefers functional comfort and simplicity. Care launches them.

Concentration of Effort

Focusing all efforts on the task at hand. Firm in defending interests and pushing activities.

Patience

Long-suffering without response. Rapid exhaustion in forceful situations. Inability to lead a rough and aggressive life. Passive. Avoids conflict and values independence.

Fluctuation

Need for analysis and explanation of events (doubts and hesitations, unsure of right or wrong). Needs clear systems and structures.

Construction

Building schemes and structures. Systematic. Construct and refine coherent systems. Theories construction.

Fussiness

Excessive expenditure of energy (can be done more calmly). Active and engaged in practical matters.

Inventory

Monitoring the expenditure of others' resources (including money) while neglecting their own. Making sure everything is accounted for (though things often get lost or remain unused). Carefully evaluate ventures.

Resentfulness

Judging others' actions from a moral standpoint. Inability to maintain psychological distance. Demands respectful and ethical behavior.

Politeness

Politeness. Correctness. Adhering to etiquette. Reserved. Struggles with initiating social bonds.

Emotional Pressing

Expressing emotions about people and events. Strong emotional influence on others.

Cool-headedness

Need for emotional stimulation. Sudden sociability (when needed). Responds positively to friendly emotions.