When I see risk taking or someone so stuck or anything in between, I reach for the E. Hunter's Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™

E. Hunter's Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™

This is a more advanced technique and for a very specific situation.

If you see someone taking pure risks or waiting for all the traffic lights to turn green before they start the car, it can be a massive clue in picking their pattern. The Inspirational is the highest risk taker and the next two are close behind. The Practitioner the lowest which seems to correlate with their lack of ability in management.

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Here are all the sixteen patterns in our unique E. Hunter's Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™.

Here are all the sixteen outlines. Click on All sixteen outlines.

Conducted and composed by Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update May 31, 2020


E. Hunter's Majik Risk-taking Propensity Matrix™:

Match the attitude to risk of each pattern

DISC
RISK RANK (/16)
% POPULATION & RANK (/16)
Feature
Tell tale sign
Reality
1 Director ESTJ
12
8.7% - 5
Take risks only to avoid losses
Orderly life
Wants to help but extremely bossy and demanding
2 Developer ENTJ
6
1.8% - 15
Only takes long term risks
Confident
Can back underdogs but are bullies
3 Results ESTP
3
4.3% - 10
Thrill seeker
Impulsive
Can see things through if committed
4 Inspirational ENTP
1
3.2% - 12
No comfort zone
No contingency plan
If self motivated - crossed t's and dots i's
5 Persuader ENFJ
8
2.5% - 13
Only takes action after thorough analysis and preparation
Looks after others
Asks invasive questions to help and / or to interfere
6 Appraiser ESFJ
13
12.3% - 2
Only when the outcome is fairly secure
Order and convention - safe harbour
Only as petty as the people around them
7 Promoter ENFP
2
8.1% - 7
Entrepreneurial
Crazy ideas
Question, debate and procrastinate
8 Counselor ESFP
4
8.5% - 6
Cannot stand still
Just do it
Sharper than they appear
9 Specialist ISFP
5
8.8% - 4
Spontaneous, experimental and unpredictable
Gets stressed
Constantly analysing but appear to be flaky
10 Investigator INFJ
14
1.5% - 16
Only if reward exceeds the risk
Will not risk it if others are going to be hurt
Are cold if you do not know them well
11 Agent INFP
11
4.4% - 9
Spontaneous of thought and slow of deed
Have analysis paralysis
Will go to any lengths necessary in pursuit of what they believe is right
12 Achiever ISTP
7
4.4% - 8
Pursues something new and interesting; adrenaline junkies
Gets bored easily
Some pursue extreme sports; others stay safe
13 Practitioner ISFJ
16
13.8% - 1
Deliberately structures their lives to avoid taking risks and are difficult to get going
Scared of potential for failure. Only jumps after considering pros, cons and safety net
Feelings > Interests. More interested in keeping the peace than getting exactly what they want. The master of passive-aggressive behaviour.
14 Objective Thinker ISTJ
15
11.6% - 3
Vigilant, cautious and wary of risk, only trusting what is true and verifiable
Zero chance of them doing anything that permanently damages their body
If a new method beats out an old one, will swap
15 Perfectionist INTP
10
3.3% - 11
Takes risks in order to break new ground
Even tempered and rational
Enjoying social interaction, yet not capable of it
16 Enhancer INTJ
9
2.1% - 14
Takes calculated risks if can see a gain
Always has back up - are very sensible
Wants to hear other angles even if do not agree initially
Highest
Inspirational
Practitioner
Lowest
Practitioner
Investigator
DISC
RISK RANK (/16)
% POPULATION & RANK (/16)
Feature
Tell tale sign
Reality