Bob Stanley sometimes lacks energy. He is fairly apathetic and passive, preferring sluggishness to movement and leniency to initiative.
Bob Stanley has a great deal of sang-froid. His inner calm and stolidity predispose him to tasks which require self-control and perseverance. He does not readily display his emotions, even in the most hair-raising situations.
Bob Stanley observes himself as he observes the world around him. He often pays little attention to what is happening outside of himself, preferring to focus on his own thoughts and feelings. This often results in him being withdrawn and introspective, as he prefers to stay in the center of his own world.
Bob Stanley has a phlegmatic personality, and his responses to various outer stimuli are sometimes postponed or delayed. He is fairly slow to initiate an activity, if not laboriously so, but once he begins, he is steady and determined.
Bob Stanley has the ability to concentrate and focus his attention on a single object intensely and exclusively. He may become a specialist in his field.
Bob Stanley’s objectivity in perception and behavior could, in the best of cases, lead to generosity and altruism.
Bob Stanley’s individualism will promote independent and original behavior. He tends to lack team spirit. On the contrary, he needs to feel free and untrammeled by others to be really effective.
Bob Stanley managed the team well despite his arrogant attitude.
Bob Stanley sometimes doubts in himself and his skills; he might be fairly shy and self-effacing. Feelings of inferiority may interfere with his ability to take action, or, on the contrary, may propel him into action if he sees a possibility of reward or compensation.
Bob Stanley might sometimes find himself in a negative frame of mind. Undermined by his fears and his craving for security, he might struggle to see the sunny side of life.
Bob Stanley does not lose sight of tangible, practical, or utilitarian realities.
Bob Stanley’s mind is quite nimble. He may adopt a rigid, methodical approach when necessary or switch to a more flexible, free attitude that expresses his spontaneity.
Bob Stanley’s thought processes seldom follow the laws of logical reasoning or linear thought; instead, they proceed from an overall vision, which is pieced together from more or less obscure and subconscious clues.
Bob Stanley’s mind is especially perceptive of details. To arrive at a global perception, a vision of the whole, Bob proceeds gradually, piece by piece, aspect after aspect, in a fairly linear fashion.
Bob Stanley is not obsessed with order, but he is aware of a necessity to arrange and classify things to some degree.
Bob Stanley behaved in a way that followed his momentary whims, and allowed himself to be inspired by his imagination. His openness and spontaneity gave him the scope to be skillful, ingenious, or shrewd, rising to whatever the immediate circumstances required.