My Identity

by David Hartsough (2017-03-31)

David Hartsough

Human male born March 31, 1994 (age 24).

Locales

  • Boise, ID
  • Peoria, IL
  • Princeton, IL
  • Clarence, NY

Education

Bradley University: B.S. Interactive Media: Web and App Design and Development.

Identities

Happy human, conversationalist, community builder, philosopher, psychologist, developer, drummer, musician, writer, videographer, designer, stuntman.

Values

Purpose, intentionality, rationality, positivity, connection, humor, playfulness, curiosity, excitement, openness, vulnerability, understanding, empathy, introspection, wisdom, serenity, stability, confidence, ambition, vision, creativity, generativity, impact.

Missions

  1. To outline the fundamentals of fostering flourishing in order to establish the foundation of humanity's decision-making on the fulfillment of its needs.
  2. To cultivate connectedness and conversation in order to address the neglected problem of loneliness and misunderstanding.
  3. To create a community culture that celebrates curiosity, lifelong learning, and personal passion projects in order to inspire aspiration, ambition, and actualization.

Beliefs

Atheist/Agnostic/Unserioustic/Pastafarian

Perspective

See: Perspective and Purpose

Strengths

Clifton Strengths Finder

Top 5 Themes

  1. Connectedness
  2. Maximizer
  3. Strategic
  4. Ideation
  5. Relator

VIA Institute on Character

  1. Creativity
  2. Fairness
  3. Forgiveness
  4. Humor
  5. Leadership
  6. Perspective
  7. Curiosity
  8. Judgement
  9. Kindness
  10. Love

VIA Survey of Character Strengths

  1. Perspective wisdom
  2. Leadership
  3. Humor and playfulness
  4. Creativity, ingenuity, and originality
  5. Forgiveness and mercy

Weaknesses

  • Can depend on another / others for confidence boosts.
  • Can struggle to show my true self and be vulnerable in a group because I don't feel as though I can easily explain my "unordinary" mindset and lifestyle.
  • Can be jealous.
  • Always late, not punctual, overly Type B.
  • Can spend too much time "living in my head" and being theoretical/abstract.
  • Can be an attention seeker.
  • Can ignore myself and my self-interests in social settings.
  • Can look down on others or judge them for lacking various types/levels of intellect.
  • Can be overly frugal and cheap.
  • Can be overly optimistic and lacking of intuition.

Personality

Cerebral Personality Test

  • 89% Cerebral

Advanced Global Personality Test

Stability results were very high which suggests you are extremely relaxed, calm, secure, and optimistic.

Orderliness results were low which suggests you are overly flexible, improvised, and fun seeking at the expense too often of reliability, work ethic, and long term accomplishment.

Extraversion results were very high which suggests you are overly talkative, outgoing, sociable and interacting at the expense too often of developing your own individual interests and internally based identity.

R-Drive Personality Test

% Trait Description
77% Unconventionality Being unconventional makes me happy
100% Vitality Being/knowing who I am makes me happy
72% Othercentricism Helping others makes me happy
83% Integrity Being honest/forthcoming makes me happy
94% Intellect Intellectual complexity makes me happy
88% Stoicism Being calm makes me happy
89% Dynamism Change makes me happy

Locus of Control Test Results

  • 84% Internal Locus
  • 16% External Locus

Eysenck Test Results

  • Extroversion (sociability) 82%
  • Neuroticism (emotionality) 9%
  • Psychoticism (rebelliousness) 41%

Cattell 16 Factor Test Results

  • 90% Intellect (cerebral, analytical)
  • 90% Social Assertiveness (uninhibited, bold)
  • 86% Emotional Stability (level-headed, calm)
  • 82% Warmth (supportive, comforting)
  • 74% Liveliness (wild, fun-loving)
  • 74% Abstractness (imaginative)

Other trait descriptors: curious, exploratory, thorough, trusting, easy-going, open, friendly, confident, self-assured, outgoing, social, relaxed, cool.

Big 5/45 Personality Profile

Personality Trait T-Scores

  1. self-disclosure 131
  2. tranquility 127
  3. sociability 123
  4. pleasantness 119
  5. leadership 117
  6. creativity 116
  7. gregariousness 113
  8. stability 111
  9. depth 110
  10. ingenuity 107
  11. friendliness 106
  12. happiness 105
  13. calmness 104
  14. imperturbability 103
  15. intellect 101
  16. competence 101
  17. understanding 99
  18. warmth 99
  19. imagination 98
  20. toughness 97
  21. quickness 96
  22. empathy 93

Jung / Myers-Briggs personality type

ENFP

  • Extraversion: 95%
  • Intuition: 78%
  • Feeling: 85%
  • Perceiving: 65%

Big Five personality type

  • Openness: 90%
  • Conscientiousness: 77%
  • Extraversion: 100%
  • Agreeableness: 100%
  • Neuroticism: 0%

Global 5 personality type

  • Extroversion: 90%
  • Accommodation: 80%
  • Orderliness: 50%
  • Emotional Stability: 90%
  • Inquisitiveness: 82%

Schwartz Value Survey

Each ranked 1–3 with 1 being somewhat important to 3 being very important.

# Value Description
3 Universalism broad-mindedness, beauty of nature and arts, social justice, a world at peace, equality, wisdom, unity with nature, environmental protection
3 Self-direction creativity, freedom, curiosity, independence, choosing one's own goals
3 Achievement success, capability, ambition, influence on people and events
3 Benevolence helpfulness, honesty, forgiveness, loyalty, responsibility
2 Stimulation daring, a varied and challenging life, an exciting life
2 Hedonism gratification of desires, enjoyment in life, self-indulgence
2 Power social power, authority, wealth
1 Tradition respect for tradition, humbleness, accepting one's portion in life, devotion, modesty
1 Conformity obedience, honoring parents and elders, self-discipline, politeness
1 Security national security, family security, social order, cleanliness, reciprocation of favors