Seven-wing-Eight

The Excitement Seeker

People of this extroverted personality are fully engaged in experiencing the world. Enjoyable and exciting activities, which may include acquiring material goods, help Excitement Seekers escape from a harsh or boring reality.

Having perspective Eight makes them want success in the eyes of the world. They may be strong leaders like John F. Kennedy, who was probably a Seven-wing-Eight. Kennedy’s ability to think counter to accepted opinions shows in his brilliant handling of the Cuban missile crisis. Or, if their rebellious instincts overpower their desire to lead, they may more closely resemble Joan Rivers and Howard Stern, who can be blunt, callous, and even obnoxious in their continual pursuit of doing the opposite of what the world claims to want.

Probable examples of personality type Seven-wing-Eight are Theodore Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Ernest Hemingway, and Howard Stern. Other report Seven-wing-Eights are Cary Grant, Federico Fellini, Malcolm Forbes, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Collins, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, Helen Gurley Brown, George Plimpton, Noel Coward, Cole Porter, David Niven, Larry King, Lauren Bacall, Judith Krantz, Jacqueline Susann, Susan Lucci, Geraldo Rivera.

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