Four-wing-Five

The Artist

The Artist personality emphasizes being different from others. Four-wing-Fives don’t feel compelled to fit in with the crowd. They are seldom compelled by convention, tradition, or a need to fulfill the desires of others.

This independence of desire shows up in Four-wing-Fives’ artistic creativity, original thinking, or bohemian style. Not every Four-wing-Five is literally an artist, but all bring individuality and artistic sensibility to whatever they do. Self expression above all.

Yet Four-wing-Fives have difficulty bringing their creations to the world because they lack a solid motivational strategy. This deficit tends to thwart their ambition, leaving Four-wing-Fives emotional, moody, and longing for fulfillment.

Virginia Woolf and Bob Dylan are probably examples of the Four-wing-Five personality type. Other reported examples are Søren Kierkegaard, William Blake, D. H. Lawrence, Hermann Hesse, J.D. Salinger, Vincent van Gogh, Edgar Allan Poe, Shirley MacLaine, Marlon Brando, Harvey Keitel, Johnny Depp, Anne Rice, Joni Mitchell, and Ingmar Bergman.

 

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