Architect
Corey Gonzalez
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Executive Coach & Brand Marketing Consultant
Corey is likely to prioritize achievement, pursuing goals methodically and independently.
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DISC
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// Initiator// Driver// Captain// Architect// Questioner// Skeptic// Analyst// Editor// Stabilizer// Planner// Supporter// Counselor// Harmonizer// Encourager// Motivator// Influencer
Corey Gonzalez
Archetypes
DISC types
DISC Type
Architect (Dc)
Corey probably feels most comfortable when he is seeing constant growth and improvement around him. He tends to direct others easily and closely monitor results.
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Enneagram
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Enneagram Type
8: The Protector

As a Type Eight, Corey tends to be self-confident, powerful, and assertive. Corey generally enjoys engaging in debates and making difficult decisions.

16-Personality Types
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Extroverted
Extroverts tend to draw energy from spending time around other people.
Introverted
Introverts tend to draw energy from spending time alone.
Sensing
Sensing types usually prefer to experience new things and focus on the reality of the situation.
Intuitive
Intuitive types tend to love to explore new ideas and think in terms of the big picture.
Thinking
Thinking types tend to follow their head and consider facts when making decisions.
Feeling
Feeling types usually prioritize emotion over logic, often choosing to follow their gut when making decisions.
Judging
Judging types tend to be very structured and organized.
Perceiving
Perceiving types usually prefer to be flexible and spontaneous.
16-Personality Type
ENTJ

As an ENTJ, Corey tends to be charismatic, direct, and logical. Corey likely enjoys taking charge, working to achieve goals, and encouraging growth from others.

Strengths Assessment
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Spirituality/Sense of Meaning
You hold a set of beliefs, whether religious or not, about how your life is part of something bigger and more meaningful; those beliefs shape your behavior and provide a sense of comfort, understanding, and purpose.
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Creativity
You are viewed as a creative person; you see, do, and/or create things that are of use; you think of unique ways to solve problems and be productive.
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Love of Learning
You often find ways to deepen your knowledge and experiences; you regularly look for new opportunities to learn; you are passionate about building knowledge.
4
Leadership
You positively influence those you lead; you prefer to lead than to follow; you are very good at organizing and taking charge for the collective benefit of the group.
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Bravery/Courage
You face your fears and overcome challenges and adversity; you stand up for what is right; you do not shrink in the face of pain or inner tension or turmoil.
Values Assessment
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Creativity
It is important to have new ideas or to create new things.
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Spirituality
It is important to have spiritual beliefs and to believe that you are part of something greater than yourself.
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Responsibility
It is important to be dependable and trustworthy.
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Independence
It is important to make your own decisions and do things your way.
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Financial Prosperity
It is important to be successful at making money or buying property.
What comes naturally to Corey
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Pausing a conversation to correct something inaccurate
Challenging ideas that don't make sense
Maximizing efficiency in everyday life
Verbally challenging a bold claim about a product
Relationship: Complete your personality assessment to see the differences between your and Corey’s natural tendencies.
What energizes Corey
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Independence
Speed & efficiency
Personal space
Achieving goals
Relationship: Complete your personality assessment to see how you and Corey are motivated and energized.
Drains
What drains Corey
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Waiting for extended periods of time
Long conversations with an unclear objective
Inefficiencies and waste
Opening up emotionally
Relationship: Complete your personality assessment to see how you and Corey can become frustrated and drained.
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