Creators enjoy art. They have a great appreciation for music, drama, writing, cooking and visual art. They are free-spirited and fiercely independent people, often emotional. They do not like structure and rules, like tasks involving people or physical skills, and are more likely to express their emotions than others. They also prefer to avoid highly ordered and repetitive activities.
They like to think, organize and understand artistic and cultural areas. This group of individuals value others who are expressive and independent. They enjoy working in groups but only if they are allowed expressive freedom and are encouraged to share their ideas.
Creators enjoy working with: Groups that allow creative expression and unsystematic teams.
Personality traits of creators are summarized below:
Success Story: Jennifer Lee
A real inspiring story of a creator who after studying Arts dropped out of her “day job” and made living out of selling art.
In 2010, she grew tired of the restaurant scene and took a “real job” at a medical company. A 30 minute commute, 9-5, my own office, and more Microsoft Excel than any one human being could imagine. This is what everybody told her to do. You are supposed to hate your job and live for the weekends.
When she started thinking about what to do long term, the only thing she could think about was “art”. So she quit her job and decide to make a living out of her art.
She started to read stories about how people made a living out of selling art, ceramics, jewelry online. She started putting up her art on facebook, pinterest, twitter and many other websites where her work was starting to be appreciated.
Your friends who work 9-5 jobs will get on your case if you don’t answer a text until 10:30am because that is when you woke up. But they won’t realize that you were up until 4am painting. Because you can do that when you make your own schedule.