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Related Words, Beliefs, Background for Choice #15

self test A on the above          self  test B on the above

CONSCIENTIOUS, EFFICIENT STEWARDSHIP

I typically aim to do what is right or fair, especially to do my work or duty carefully, thoroughly, and efficiently —minimizing wasted materials, energy, money, time or effort—and taking responsibilities / obligations to others seriously. When entrusted with managing something someone cares about, I tend to be a good steward. I pay attention to details. When I feel stressed because I know something isn’t right, I typically feel I must fix it. So, I’m often putting things in order or am in task-oriented mode. I’m happiest when I’m busy.

EASY-GOING, DISORDERLY, CAVALIER

I'm typically relaxed and tolerant in how I approach work, duties I have, or responsibilities I've accepted.   I'm not easily upset or worried about obligations I have to others. I can generally live with an associated lack of careful organization or irregularities in how I go about my activities. I try to minimize stress in my life, not “sweat the small stuff,” and filter the stimuli coming at me so as not to feel overwhelmed. As such I’ve acquired a reputation (undeserved?) for being lazy, and having a cavalier attitude. So, seldom am I asked to manage what others value.

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