In general, creators are innovative, non-conforming, original, and unstructured. Creators often rely on inspiration, imagination, and feelings. They like working with concepts, abstractions, and ideas, and they usually are open-minded and spontaneous.
Creators typically are using their minds and hands in order to create fresh and new things. In general, you can say that they appreciate the variety and unstructured activities and that they have a highly developed sense of beauty.
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More about this type of personality
Creators are usually fascinated by unusual and interesting persons, and they have a sense of uncommon but appealing sounds, sights, and textures.
They typically like working in highly unstructured situations, and they love using their imagination and creativity.
CREATORS ARE ENTHUSIASTIC AND CREATIVE
They are often especially sensitive to sound, color, feeling, or form, and they often have a lot of enthusiasm and a lively spirit. It happens frequently that while focusing on a creative project, they forget everything else around them.
Creators often solve problems through the creation of something brand new.
There will be situations where their ideas will not please other persons, but a little opposition usually will not discourage them from what they want to achieve.
CREATORS ARE INDEPENDENT AND IMPULSIVE
Creators are typically impulsive, sensitive, creative, and often visionary, but they may not necessarily be working with canvas and paint.
Their creativity may also show in working with data and modern computer systems.
Creators types usually prefer working independently and alone, instead of working with others or in teams.
Last Updated on June 12, 2022.