The Type C personality can be better described as someone who thrives on being accurate, rational and applying logic to everything they do. Demanding logic over emotion is a natural dominant feature. They do not suffer from hype or drama, in fact, they dislike it because they want facts and data.
ESTJs have a tendency to think they are always right and that their moral compass is objective, absolute and universal.
Active and Straightforward. When communicating, Movers tend to be direct, yet playful. They like to get to the point quickly and keep moving from there. Attracted by variety, new experiences, and fun, they tend to talk about adventures, tell jokes, and share their accomplishments ling the way.
Over a decade ago, in his book, The Tipping Point, Malcolm Gladwell described three types of people who make change happen: mavens, who are knowledgable about things. salespeople, who convince others by 'selling' an idea. connectors, who with their many links distribute and collect information.
Whether fashion, food, or any field of endeavor, someone who really knows his stuff about a topic is a maven, or a person particularly skilled in the field. In my experience in AmE, its use is neither derogatory nor slang, and is used quite liberally, though not uber frequently.
Definition of maven: one who is experienced or knowledgeable : expert a language maven policy mavens computer mavens also : freak sense 4a.
Having a personality color red means you're a determined person who takes action and are not afraid of taking risks. You're a go-getter. People who like red color are assertive, vigorous, prone to impulsive actions, and have variable moods. You radiate such energy, making it exciting to be with you.
Those with Blue color personality strengths tend to be enthusiastic, sympathetic, communicative, compassionate, idealistic, sincere and imaginative. They care and want to contribute to everything they are a part of. Relationships are important to blues.
According to Erikson, Red and Blue personalities are one of the best pairings because they're both task-oriented and have opposite strengths.
Thinkers enjoy when Feelers challenge them to open up more or to proactively become more sympathetic and perceptive, and Thinkers will often find themselves feeling more comfortable about sharing their inner thoughts and feelings with their opposite, alleviating some of the inner issues that a Thinker may battle with ...