What to know about hiring a Triangle

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Learn about Triangle

 

Triangles are things driven and fear of loss dominant.

They are good employees for work that requires science, math, physics, complex concepts and inventing or building.

 

They are not as good in positions where empathy, compassion, caring, listening, working with a team, collaboration or making concepts simple is needed.

Possible Strengths

Possible Weaknesses

Analytical

Assertiveness

Brilliant

Can accept negative feedback

Capable

Complex thinking

Computer Skills

Confident

Consistent

Courage

Creative

Creative thinking

Curiosity

Decisive

Dedicated

Dependable

Detail focused

Difficult concepts

Driven

Engineering

Fastidious

Goal oriented

Hard working

Independent

Intelligent

Invention

Logical

Motivated

Multitasking

Not easily discouraged

Observant

Passionate

Persistent

Practical

Problem-solving

Prudence

Responsible

Self-confidence

Self-sufficient

spacial intelligence

Strong

Trustworthy

Wisdom

Arrogant

Bad at work/life balance

Being straight forward

Blunt

Chaotic

Comes on strong

Controlling

Critical of others

Cynical

Difficult to work with some people

Dis-likes emotion/tears

Doesn’t like working with a team

Easily bored

Enjoys arguments

Gets defensive too easily

Hard time letting go of a project

Has to be right

Hates to be micro-managed

Impatient

Indifferent

Inflexible

Insensitive

Intolerant

Knows everything

Micro-manager

Negative

Persistent

Pushy

Rude

Short-tempered

Spends too long on work

Strict

Strong willed

Stubborn

Too detail oriented

Too focused

Too independent

Unhappy if not busy

Works to much

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Careers for Triangles

 

Triangles have a brilliance the rest of us just don’t have. They can see and imagine things we can’t see, and they make great inventors, formulators, researchers and engineers. They enjoy careers where they have autonomy to work things out how and when they want to. They are unconventional and don’t thrive in conventional 9 to 5 positions. They highly value education, knowledge, and do well in careers that requires advanced degrees. They hate to be micro-managed and controlled and so best where they have lots of independence and room to be creative. 

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