Family / Group Interactions
The Curious Disposition person is likely to appreciate being noticed for:
- ability to solve problems
- ability to think for yourself
- ability to fix things that are broken
- knowledge about so many things
- excitement about your discoveries
- ability to speak directly to the point
- ability to learn difficult things easily
Link to interactive PREZI: Family/Group Contributions
How others sees people with a Curious Disposition:
- Spontaneous Disposition people might see them as always serious and working too much.
- Organized Disposition people might see then as forgetful and not disciplined enough.
- Supportive Disposition people might see them as loners who don’t show their feelings.
- Imaginative Disposition people might see them as boring, un-creative and too serious.
Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Family/Group How Others See You
How people with a Curious Disposition see others:
- The might see Spontaneous Disposition people as too out of control, not smart, silly.
- They might see Organized Disposition people as too rigid, stuck in their ways, boring.
- They might see Supportive Disposition people as too talkative, nosy, “bleeding hearts.”
- They might see Imaginative Disposition people as too spacy, too drifty, a “dreamer.”
Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Family/Group How You See Others
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