The Daydreamer is an introverted creative thinker. Their love of thinking means they are often lost in thought – thinking about life’s deeper complexities. This can also make them extremely artistic. They often want to better the world and using their values and compassion they want to help and care for others and encourage their community to do so.
At work, as deep thinkers, they enjoy the creative process, especially designing, but are also great at using their creativity to come up with original solutions to complex issues. They’re quite individualistic and like working autonomously on projects where they can put their own creative spin on the work. They are motivated and inspired by their morals and values as they want do the right thing and help others. Their ideal environment is friendly and working collaboratively towards their vision.
When in a team they bring their creative spark to the team and produce creative solutions. They are really innovative and will explore ideas and think outside of the box to find the best solution. At their best they spend time thinking and bouncing ideas off others in the team. And this brainstorming is the best way to bring the quiet Daydreamer into the team. They work best when there is a joint cause and need others to understand their passion for the cause and work with them towards this.
As a leader they very principled and can bring a quiet determination to achieve and help their cause. They motivate others through support, encouragement and passion to inspire others to use their skills. They are very democratic as leaders and love getting others input before making decisions. Their team members are encouraged to think outside of the box and come up with solutions.
Most suited career for The Daydreamer is as an Artist.
Other good career matches and industries are:
- Graphic designer
- Human Resources Manager
- Fundraising Manager
- Guidance Counselor
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This blog is based on Myers Briggs Type Indicator theory.