You’ve Got Yourself a Choleric

People who exhibit impulsive and introvert qualities are Choleric.

Choleric people feel that the main purpose in life is to accomplish something meaningful. They live to be acknowledged for their contributions to the world. They tend to be goal-driven and future-oriented. They love to be part of something big and important. They want to leave a mark on the world. They feel good when they have hit their target, and they hate people who get in their way. Whenever Choleric personalities feel trapped by people, or circumstance, they become irritable and abrupt. When they listen to other people speak, they often find their minds wandering. They really just want people to get to the point, so that they can get to their point. Choleric personalities live to make a point. But they need to learn that not everybody lives to make a point the same way they do. Choleric personalities only learn to interact with people effectively when they discover the link between getting things done and getting along with people.  

If you have ever wondered, “Why won’t they just get to the point and leave me alone?” chances are, you’re Choleric. But again, the true test as to whether or not you’re Choleric comes when you ask yourself what irritates you the most. What irritates a Choleric? Waiting, indecision, wasting time, long-winded people without a point and being ordered to do anything. Choleric people need to control their own choices and destiny. When dealing with Choleric personalities always be succinct, help them discover solutions, give them choices, help them to achieve their goals, give them credit for their accomplishments and don’t waste their time. If you give Choleric personalities the control they require, they will adore you and become your top producers. 

Here’s How you handle a Choleric.

They are Introverted and Impulsive. 
They want control of their destiny. 
They crave appreciation, recognition, accomplishment. 
They want people to be quick, appreciative and not waste their time. 
They dislike waiting and indecision. 
Their strengths are choosing and accomplishing goals. 
Their weakness is impatience. They become abrupt and irritated when peoples, or circumstances get between them and their goals. They may appear thoughtless, controlling, or aggressive when they feel blocked by others. 
They fear being manipulated. 
They like people to get to the point. 
At play they are competitive. 
They tend to be succinct, concise and direct.
They make decisions independently; they hate being told what to do, and they require options and control over all potential choices. 
Under stress they become abrupt and dictatorial.  
They want you to acknowledge their goals and achievements. 
When dealing with them focus on results. 
To help them make decisions provide options with analysis. 
When emotional they become critical, blunt, and uncooperative. 
Some words that motivate choleric personalities:
Try it
Cutting edge
Gets it done
Right away

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