For your Talent Profile we looked at seventy-four traits, divided into eleven groups. The first group has to do with individuality, independence, and initiative. The second looks at traits that share creative and social aspects, and so forth. The profile also rates your aptitude in thirty-nine careers, grouped into seven fields.
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Welcome to your Numerology Talent Profile. This report matches your personality traits and talents to the vocations they are most suited to. It is designed to help you identify areas in which you are likely to succeed and find contentment. Knowing which attributes come naturally can inspire you to develop and build on those strengths
Each of the nine single-digit numbers has a specific range of personality traits. Most traits are found in more than one number, although in varying degrees of influence - some stronger, others weaker. Each number carries both positive and negative aspects and displays those traits in a unique manner.
For example, courage is found in the numbers 1, 2, 5, and 8. However, the way these numbers display courage differs considerably. The number 5 is the most courageous, but its bravery is impulsive and rebellious, the kind that stands up to a bully or the status quo regardless of the consequences. The courage of the number 1 is more focused; it is the daring leader, the first to cross a dangerous sea, climb a mountain, or fly to the moon. The number 2 displays a gentle and kind valor, as in the act of sacrificing oneself to save another. The courageous 8 is motivated by duty and authority; it confronts danger to protect the law or the land.
Traits such as courage, that on the surface would seem to be constant no matter the circumstances, can actually be subtly different. Take the example of courage vs. thrill seeking; both require bravery, but the latter will look for opportunities to take unnecessary chances. Thrill seeking reflects an addiction to adrenaline, whereas pure courage is the act of overcoming one's fear.