George Newbern sometimes lacks energy. He is fairly apathetic and passive, preferring sluggishness to movement and leniency to initiative.
George Newbern’s interest in any activity or theme is never lukewarm; he always commits himself passionately. He thus has the ability to engage in any sort of task, as long as the material is varied and diverse, a source of novelty and distraction. If the ratio is very large, he may be affected by his emotions.
George Newbern has a good balance between his need to be receptive to the other world and his tendency to enjoy solitude and introspection. He is able to express his feelings and moods without being overwhelmed by them to the point of mistaking them for outer reality.
George Newbern has a reactive personality and his responses to various outer stimuli are strong and immediate but generally brief.
George Newbern seems to be a very open person. He always tries to learn new things and integrate them into his life. He is more cross-disciplinary than someone who specializes in just one thing. His interests are fairly widespread and he likes to explore them.
George Newbern’s objectivity in perception and behavior could, in the best of cases, lead to generosity and altruism.
George Newbern loves his own independence and freedom, but he can also merge with a group, find his place, and participate in the team spirit when necessary for his personal projects.
George Newbern has a tendency to yield, to follow, to put up with situations, and follow other people’s orders. He is modest and unassuming with a need for protection and a tendency to be dependent.
George Newbern 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.
George Newbern sometimes finds himself in a negative frame of mind. Undermined by his fears and his craving for security, he struggles to see the sunny side of life.
George Newbern is chiefly interested in tangible facts and realistic details. A pragmatic personality, he never loses sight of the utilitarian or practical aspects of things.
George Newbern approaches life rarely obeying a predetermined plan; instead, he usually trusts in his ability to improvise or intuit, or his reflexes and innate good timing.
George Newbern’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.
George Newbern’s mind enables him to grasp reality based on a vision of the whole and instantaneously understand the entirety of a phenomenon, but he can also assemble a picture of the whole on the basis of the details.
George Newbern is inclined to arrange, classify, sort, catalogue, and compartmentalize, in all his life activities as well as his work.
George Newbern has the ability to set up a schedule for his work and budget his efforts accordingly.