Bryson Stott has a good balance between his need for movement and his tendency to be sedentary. He is just as likely to adapt to situations which require outbursts of initiative as to those which demand patience and perseverance.
Bryson Stott 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.
Bryson Stott experiences, thinks, and acts as a function of objective circumstances. The outer world is the only one which matters to him, and his awareness is entirely focused on it. He is rarely moody or preoccupied and may sometimes be wary of his subjectivity.
Bryson Stott 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.
It can be difficult for Bryson to stay focused on a single subject; however, he is very open and always tries to learn and integrate new information and ideas. He is more cross-disciplinary than specialist, and his centers of interest are fairly widespread and varied.
Bryson Stott's objectivity in perception and behavior could, in the best of cases, lead to generosity and altruism.
Bryson Stott's fierce 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.
Although Bryson Stott can adapt to a situation which requires that he be humble and submit to the authority of a more competent person or leader, he can also give orders and manage others.
Bryson Stott has personality and presence. Because he trusts in himself and his convictions, he has a personality and presence that is quite sure of itself. He may tend to be rather self-satisfied, although this does not eliminate his need for other people's approval and recognition.
Because Bryson Stott is often in a positive frame of mind, he finds it easy to make decisions and is only rarely hindered by negative feelings or anxiety. However, his optimism may lead him to overestimate his own potential and make him liable to misjudgment.
Bryson Stott is chiefly interested in tangible facts and realistic details. A pragmatic personality, he never loses sight of the utilitarian or practical aspects of things.
Bryson Stott approaches life with a systematic and disciplined approach. He plans out his projects and schedules in order to yield maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
Bryson Stott's thought processes rarely 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.
Bryson Stott's mind is especially perceptive of details. To arrive at a global perception, a vision of the whole, Bryson proceeds gradually, piece by piece, aspect after aspect, in a fairly linear fashion.
Bryson Stott is inclined to arrange, classify, sort, catalogue, and compartmentalize, in all his life activities as well as his work.
Bryson Stott behaves impulsively, letting his imagination take over. He is open and spontaneous, giving him the scope to be skillful, ingenious, or shrewd, rising to whatever the immediate circumstances require.