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Identify-Execute-Improve

INTEREST IN JOB CONTENT (Tasks One Wants to Perform)
Explanation:
1. Emotionally and sentimentally attached to the familiar = prefers routine, organized, and methodical procedures in all life activities = "homestead trait", best described in the old cliche "Happiness is sleeping on your own pillow."
2. Resistance to, and quite possibly negative feelings toward sudden or unannounced major changes.
3. Routine activities: mental, administrative, machine-paced, sensory/physical.

TEMPERAMENT FOR THE JOB (Preference to Perform Tasks)
Explanation:
1. Excellent perception, retention, and literal recall of detail. Useful in activities such as clerical, computational, administrative, literary, technical, operational, supervisory, and/or managerial activities.
2. This awareness of detail may be accompanied by awareness of essential detail that is related to 'essence' rather than to fact/data.

APTITUDE FOR THE JOB (Expression of Performing Tasks)
Explanation:
1. Relies on a natural ability to retain and recall great detail, which registers, as accurately as possible, that something exists.
2. Prefers to consider with greater weight its existence, documentation, and availability for later reference or use as compared to its source, meaning, utility, and/or potential = core definition to clerical detail. Computational and literary traits contribute to this awareness in most instances.

PEOPLE (How One is Related to People, in Priority Order)
Explanation:
1. Feels both privilege and responsibility to use communication (including persuasion) to voluntarily provide beneficial information to others = includes strongly motivated benevolent and literary traits.
2. Self-satisfaction comes almost exclusively from the subjective realization that the information, voluntarily given, has been helpful to other persons.
3. Further motivated to learn and understand the other person(s) needs wishes and listening preferences. Non persuasive service communication can become persuasive and persistent when expressed in the interest of someone needing a stand up for them.

THINGS (How One Relates to Things, in Priority Order)
Explanation:
1. Given the full description of any activity requiring a sensory/physical aptitude for feeding materials into machines of offbearing materials from machines efficiently and steadily, the preferences for being involved start at a moderate motivational level.
2. One must be content with machine-mandated performance-based activity before one can be satisfied by it or motivated to continue doing it.

DATA (How One Relates to Data, in Priority Order)
Explanation:
1. High motivational levels in copy trait means more than laying a paper face down in a copy machine and pushing buttons.
2. Includes: Awareness of spatial measure and layout: size, shape, dimension, perspective; artistic ability for factual image reproduction; attention to detail; awareness of machine function and use; tolerance of or preference for routine.
3. High motivational levels represent an asset for database management, administrative work, warehouse processing, or library activities as well = particularly valuable for persons operating printing or publishing with computers.

REASONING (How One Relates to Reasoning, in Priority Order)
Explanation:
1. Naturally motivated to use and apply rational formulas, rules, systems, and/or procedures to deal with concrete variables where only limited instructions or guidelines exist.
2. Emphasis = solving operational or administrative PROBLEMS that develop in familiar areas = troubleshooting; natural preference for the mental procedure to do so.
3. This trait requires onsite familiarity with operations, a sense or suspicion of where things might or could break down, and savvy about ways to fix the problem.

MATHEMATICAL CAPACITY (How One Relates to the Applied Usage of Maths)
Explanation:
1. Motivations that fully support either natural talents or trained abilities with regard to excellent perception of detail and the ability to accurately create and process records related to that detail.
2. Ability to steadily, consistently, and accurately identify and process detail relies on conscious and particularly subconscious talents.

LANGUAGE CAPACITY (How One Relates to the Usage of Language)
Explanation:
1. Unique motivation to carefully, thoroughly read simple explanatory or instructional statements and fully/accurately know what was said.
2. Not a widely shared trait = regard this unique asset as vocationally important.

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