Type 3. The Achiever
Threes put all their energy into work trying to achieve their goals as quickly and efficiently as possible. Success in achieving them is the most important drive for them. They can neglect their basic needs for a while in order to achieve those goals. Free time brings anxiety. They are great at multitasking. They value competence, effectiveness in their work and that of the others. Therefore, they often prefer to work independently, as they get annoyed that others slow them down on their way to desired results.
They can be great leaders because they can inspire other people with their encouraging example of efficient and effective work.
Threes get energy from their success. They do not limit their success and efficiency only to the work. Their whole life may be subject to their efficiency. And this can cause the problem of constant tension and stress for themselves and their close ones. They seem to the others as achievers, careerists (in both good and bad senses). They focus on tasks being blind to their true Self, with whom they are hardly familiar .
Threes are charismatic. Many Threes are attractive. They have a sensitive radar for what others like and how they should look and act in order to attract attention and reverence. They have a sixth sense for the group dynamics and a special talent to look attractive, successful, self-confident in order to get admiration from others. This desire to be admired by others prevents them from being authentic, and as a result, does not allow them to be really close and intimate with others.
Threes are very competitive. They compete with themselves, others, striving to be the best. Some say that they do not like to compete, but when they get into certain competitive situations, they simply do not see any other option other than to compete and most importantly win. This may turn into a certain insensitivity to others.
Very sociable, they communicate well with all types and avoid conflicts, building friendly relations with everyone, but if someone stands on the way to their goals, they can get into conflict. They can also ignore rules and regulations if those stay on the way to the desired goals.