SEE vs LSI Compared by Functions

SEE vs LSI Compared by Functions

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Superstitions

Superstitions and omens. Need for interpretation and prediction of events in uncertain situations. Seeks change and manages time flexibly. Active and critical of time usage.

Delaying

Delaying deadlines. Activation by time scarcity. Dislikes lateness and unpredictability.

Survivability

Ability (intuitively) to choose the right direction in a complex situation. Showcases uniqueness and versatility.

Discomfort with Uncertainty

Inability to act in chaos and uncertainty. Reluctant to compromise and change views.

Instincts

Satisfying sensory needs in excessive doses. Prioritizes personal comfort and well-being.

Nesting

Creating comfort and care in extreme situations. Aesthetics. Neat. Maintains cleanliness and order.

Resource Capture

Forceful acquisition of poorly guarded resources. Pressure the weak, ally with the strong, negotiate with equals. Commands and influences effectively. Senses and manipulates power dynamics.

Stubbornness

The more you coerce, the more resistance you face. Achieves goals through persistence and pressure.

Disorganization

Difficulty existing within strict frameworks of order. Shaking up and breaking down the system. Responds to established order and discipline.

Construction

Building schemes and structures. Construction of mechanisms. Thorough. Meticulous and systematic in all undertakings.

Scatter

Dispersion of energy, attempting to grab everything at once. Infuses fun into tasks, motivated by interest. Business success affects emotions.

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). Economical with resources and labor.

Psychological Distance

Bringing people closer or further apart. Skillfully navigates interpersonal relationships.

Politeness

Politeness. Correctness. Adhering to etiquette. Courteous and situationally sociable.

Sociability

Quick acquaintance using humor and compliments. Mood-driven and lively in tasks.

Cool-headedness

Need for emotional stimulation. Sudden sociability (when needed). Releases negative emotions to feel better.