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Opposite Strengths and Famous People
Scroll down to see U. S. Presidents who reflect the characteristics of each of our eight natural patterns of strengths.
Pattern I: Dwight D. Eisenhower
Good listener — maintains stability — methodical, stable, respectful, consistent.
Pattern II: Harry S. Truman
Objective thinker — uses common sense — analytical, strong-willed, realistic, self-reliant.
Pattern III: Woodrow Wilson
Fundamental philosopher — synthesizes information — sensitive, scholarly, idealistic, mild-mannered.
Pattern IV: John F. Kennedy
Intuitive thinker — concentrates on one thing at a time — independent, insightful, precise, intense.
Pattern V: Jimmy Carter
Helpful coordinator — facilitates communication — likable, generous, inclusive, adaptable.
Pattern VI: Theodore 'Teddy' Roosevelt
Sensitive relator— gives to others — open, humorous, expressive, affectionate.
Pattern VII: Lyndon B. Johnson
Energetic accomplisher — drives hard to achieve goals — energetic, ambitious, forceful, action-oriented.
Pattern VIII: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Dynamic visionary — stimulates change — eloquent, innovative, charismatic, impelling.