1. Director - ESTJ

The "Border Collie" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Quick.
Decision-making Style: Powerfully leads the way with decisions based on logic.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Makes quick decisions and wants others to do the same. Overbearing.
: Stubbornly believes that they are always right.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Delegate.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Trusting new ways and ideas from others.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Allowing others to take the reigns on things and knowing what they want to pursue to meet long-term fulfillment.
IQ: 100.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.26. 15/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Low IQ masked by brute power.
How Smarts are shown: Layers of logic and understanding guided by past experiences. The best managers at understanding systems and procedures; better than any other pattern. Able to organise teams around specific clear and important goals. Maximum practical efficiency. Unphilosophical, but likes own way.
Smarts Summary: Bottom 4 - Dunce.











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2. Developer - ENTJ

The "German Shepherd" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Quick.
Decision-making Style: Unfeeling and cold and a dislike of thinks being in limbo.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Makes quick decisions and wants others to do the same. Overbearing.
Risk: Often makes decisions too quickly.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Delegate.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Conferring with people whose insight they trust and those who might be affected by their choices.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Coming to terms with their internal obligation to be the best and sometimes accepting second and realizing there is still much to learn from their peers.
IQ: 145.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 1.49. 7/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right.
How Smarts are shown: Great at taking the best decision of possible, strategic directions in a group or organisation. Great at foresight and fantastic at doing what is most sound logically. Great CEO but bully.
Smarts Summary: 2nd Quartile - Above average.











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3. Results - ESTP

The "Jack Russell" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Quick.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are made rationally with passion and energy and leaping before they look. Preference is to deal with risk, challenges or mistakes as they go.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Makes quick decisions and wants others to do the same. Overbearing.
Risk: No contingency plans. Forgets to consider others.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Delegate.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Considering how other people might feel about their decision.
IQ: 120.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Learning to prioritize the well-being of others over themselves at times and preventing their focus from leading to over-fixation on a select few topics.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.49. 11/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: There are a lot highly intelligent Results, but to be a Perfectionist, one has to be mega intelligent.
How Smarts are shown: Best under pressure. Best at sport. Best at manipulation and understanding others on the spot. Can understand the immediate context better than anyone. Best at cutting through bulltish and getting to the point. Great detectives, salesmen and entrepreneurs. Most realistic and one of the best to understand systems.
Smarts Summary: 3rd Quartile - Below average.

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4. Inspirational - ENTP

The "Bull Terrier" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consensual.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on "thinking outside the box” with a unique perspective for solutions.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Makes quick decisions and wants others to do the same. Overbearing.
Risk: Coming up with potential solutions more than settling on an actual decision.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Delegate.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Getting others to share their thoughts, even if differing.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Accepting the risk of being wrong at times and appreciating things without fully understanding them and that there are some things that they will never understand.
IQ: 160.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 2.32. 5/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right.
How Smarts are shown: Ability to rally people around a cause. High philosophical and social insight. Ability to tap into the ideas of others. Can be extremely convincing. Able to maximize the potential of others. Good at manipulation if they want to.
Smarts Summary: 2nd Quartile - Above average.






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5. Persuader - ENFJ

The busy "Boxer" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Quick.
Decision-making Style: Based on natural charisma; the ability to admit to not having all the answers. Considers input and opinions of others.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Can lose focus - flits from one thing to another. Threats to self image.
Risk: Trying to please everyone 100% of the time.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Stop overpromising.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Use of logic; to step out of the emotions of everyone and consider all the input from a intellectual perspective.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Understanding when it is best to contribute to others’ lives in a positive, non interfering, way and when it is best to instead prioritize themselves.
IQ: 135.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 1.26. 8/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right.
How Smarts are shown: Can understand the crowd better than anyone else. Speaks eloquently. Intelligent regarding social and universal truth. Can convince anyone of anything.
Smarts Summary: 2nd Quartile - Above average.











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6. Appraiser - ESFJ

The "Great Dane" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consensual.
Decision-making Style: Based on avoiding conflict - smoothing ruffled feathers. Strong moral compass. Expects others to think the same on everything.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Can lose focus - flits from one thing to another. Threats to self image.
Risk: Needing to make a decision about something new.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Stop overpromising.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: See data on results by consulting someone else who has been faced with a similar decision.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Allowing themselves to express rather than hide their emotions from others behind a shield of optimism and to stand up for themselves when the time arises.
IQ: 95.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.24. 16/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Someone has to be 16th
How Smarts are shown: Best at taking care of the group and of the emotional atmosphere. Cares for the well-being of the whole rather than the individual. Can give endlessly.
Smarts Summary: Bottom 4 - Dunce.











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7. Promoter - ENFP

The "Golden Retriever" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consensual.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on imagination, curiosity, enthusiasm, charm and compassion.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Can lose focus - flits from one thing to another. Threats to self image.
Risk: Impulsive nature can lead them to make snap decisions without considering all the facts.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Stop overpromising.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Take a big breath before jumping into the next step; be patient.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Learn not to read too much into things, as this often leads to shaping the truth to the light in which they would most prefer it to be and not what the facts actually say.
IQ: 155.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 2.03. 6/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: High IQ masked by micro attention span. If a bit over confident flush with a new currency of knowledge, which is often, the Promoter is as different to a truly smart person as a lottery winner is to a self-made billionaire.
How Smarts are shown: Great ability to rally people around a cause. Unmatched philosophical and social insight. Ability to tap into the ideas of others. Can be extremely convincing. Able to maximise the potential of others. Good at manipulation if they want to.
Smarts Summary: 2nd Quartile - Above average.

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8. Counselor - ESFP

The "Poodle" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consensual.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on sensitivity and feeling.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Can lose focus - flits from one thing to another. Threats to self image.
Risk: Worrying about other’s immediate unhappiness.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Stop overpromising.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Keeping their needs in mind, as well as the future.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Needing to feel that they have made the world a happier and a more fun place and not needing as much validation or appraisal from others.
IQ: 105.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.28. 14/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right for the party animal.
How Smarts are shown: Can imitate anyone. Best at performing and seeing life through rose colored glasses. Raw and has special wisdom. Best socially with the Promoter, most fun. Good esthetics.
Smarts Summary: Bottom 4 - Dunce.
















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9. Specialist - ISFP

The "Saint Bernard" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consultative.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are accompanied with big risks.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Slow and deliberate. Reluctance to change.
Risk: Total dislike of conflict / change.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Overcome chronic resistance to change.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Ruffling a few feathers. Showing compassion to the people who are having trouble with their decision but realise it is their life and, ultimately, their choice.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Striving to feel like they have done enough and that they have adequately expressed themselves and formed strong connections in their time.
IQ: 110.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.40. 13/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right.
How Smarts are shown: Realist and idealist. Best painter, best artist. Creative intelligence coupled with a sensors pragmatism. Great at understanding the situation of others. Realistic and rigid values. Great moralist.
Smarts Summary: Bottom 4 - Dunce.













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10. Investigator - INFJ

The "Greyhound" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Deliberate.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are made with warmth, sensitivity, morality, idealism with strong opinions and fighting for what they believe in.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Slow and deliberate. Reluctance to change.
Risk: They assume what others are feeling and others can become frustrated because they do not share what they are thinking.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Overcome chronic resistance to change.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: More collaboration. Tact.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Not bearing the world on their shoulders and accepting that there are many things they cannot change and many people they cannot help.
IQ: 170.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 2.67. 4/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right. Brain or heart? 'Can I choose both'? Has ideas to change the world. Their true intuition is rare.
How Smarts are shown: Ability to foresee the future of people and guide lost souls. Understands social dynamics and can wear any mask. High ideals and an understanding of universal human truth. Interested in what unites humanity; what we all share. Best at making a social difference by tapping into the opinions of others. Great advisors and second in command people.
Smarts Summary: Top 4 - Brainiac.

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11. Agent - INFP

The "Tibetan Terrier" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consultative.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on idealism seeking a perfect solution to problems.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Slow and deliberate. Reluctance to change.
Risk: Trying to understand the motivation behind the choices of others can lead to them feeling isolated and not making decisions.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Overcome chronic resistance to change.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Being true to themselves, having faith in themselves.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Balancing idealism with realism and not losing hope for life's meaning while considering the world's faults.
IQ: 180.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 2.68. 3/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Smarts seems to be hard to observe. Has ideas to change the world.
How Smarts are shown: Wisest and most moral. Best at seeing the core of people; best at empathy; best at healing and understanding specific others. Most creative and most idealistic. Best at guiding anyone emotionally through writing or speaking. Strong convictions and values. Most humanitarian and best at taking care of individuals they understand. Can map out anyone emotionally.
Smarts Summary: Top 4 - Brainiac.






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12. Achiever - ISTP

The "Bassett Hound" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Deliberate.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on speed, unpredictability and shortcuts.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Slow and deliberate. Reluctance to change.
Risk: Ability to live with uncertainty; often dismisses what the longer term future holds if it involves a new direction.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Overcome chronic resistance to change.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Taking a little longer to think things through.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Allowing themselves to form attachments and connections with others and pushing themselves to find and pursue their passions.
IQ: 125.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.78. 10/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Seems about right for the practical oriented.
How Smarts are shown: Best at figuring out systems. Great at fixing everything. Intelligence in outsmarting the system. Intelligence in pure logic but grounded in realism.
Smarts Summary: 3rd Quartile - Below average.















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13. Practitioner - ISFJ

The "Alaskan Malamute" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consultative.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on stability and maintaining the status quo and assuming a frictionless environment.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Require proof and lots of detail before making a decision. Completion v. Perfection.
Risk: Massively hates conflict and change, even when it is necessary. Does not want to be held accountable for major decisions or taking risks.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Cease over analysis.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Exiting comfort zone. Avoidance of passive-aggressive behaviour when challenged. Realising that for every major change they make, there will be at least three things that will remain the same.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Struggling to put themselves before others when necessary and to express their inner selves without succumbing to pressure for conformity.
IQ: 115.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.40. 12/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Never, ever appoint as a leader.
How Smarts are shown: Ability to care for and take on the values of friends and family. Loyal to a fault, able to organise and nurture the family, taking care of all the everyday chores and details. Intelligence in knowing what loved ones need and humbly providing for them. The best at being second in command. Best practical social intelligence. Knows how to dress and decorate extremely well.
Smarts Summary: 3rd Quartile - Below average.

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14. Objective Thinker - ISTJ

The "Bernese Mountain Dog" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Deliberate.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on integrity, patience and accuracy preferring to know exactly the pros and cons of each decision.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Require proof and lots of detail before making a decision. Completion v. Perfection.
Risk: Only choosing a path where they can see all the possible outcomes.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Cease over analysis.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Taking a little longer to think things through but avoiding 'analysis paralysis'.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Seeing things less through a strictly analytical perspective and listening to their emotions and instincts as opposed to suppressing them.
IQ: 130.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 0.99. 9/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: They seem smarter than this. Maybe it is their work ethic that really shines.
How Smarts are shown: Understanding the value of traditions, weak creativity but unmatched when accomplishing administrative tasks. Can organise anything and everything to be the best and most asthetic possible. Eye for details. Does not make a mistake. Best at black and white thinking, very traditional and can understand ones own internal sensations. Great at proving comfort. Necessary for any organisation.
Smarts Summary: 3rd Quartile - Below average.



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15. Perfectionist - INTP

The "Papillon" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Consultative.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based on examining every conceivable possibility running the risk of being stuck permanently in this phase in lieu of actually making a decision.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Require proof and lots of detail before making a decision. Completion v. Perfection.
Risk: Once a decision has been made, they begin doubting it almost immediately.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Cease over analysis.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Balance perfection with implementation.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Expressing their opinions and ideas in terms that other people will understand and allowing themselves to form strong attachments that are not logic-based.
IQ: 225.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 3.40. 1/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: Totally agree. Focus on 'Is it possible'? The 'warmest robot'.
How Smarts are shown: Highest IQ, great at being precise and deconstruction old and building new theories. Academic, precise, philosophical and ground-breaking intelligence. Scientists, doctors, academics.
Smarts Summary: Top 4 - Brainiac.











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16. Enhancer - INTJ

The "Afghan Hound" makes decisions this way.

Decision-making Classification: Deliberate.
Decision-making Style: Decisions are based upon personal knowledge.
Decision speed & Dilemma: Require proof and lots of detail before making a decision. Completion v. Perfection.
Risk: Forgetting that others hold deep wisdom.
Majik Improvement Initiative™: Cease over analysis.
Majik Improvement Strategy™ says can improve by: Keeping family and close friends in mind when they make decisions.
Majik Primary Conflict Impeding Self-actualization™: Trusting other people and learning to express their emotions without bottling them and feeling an obligation to deal with everything on their own.
IQ: 215.
Gifted to Normal (=1) ratio and rank: 2.87. 2/16.
E. Hunter™ comments: They seem not to realise their rank. Focus is on 'Does it work'? The 'coldest human'. Their true intuition is masked.
How Smarts are shown: Foresees future events with clarity and conviction. Can be very creative in accomplishing goals. Cold and calculating. Most strategic. Chess players, management consultants. Can tap into universal truths.
Smarts Summary: Top 4 - Brainiac.















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