- My age:
- I am 19
- Where am I from:
- Caters to:
- Lustrous green eyes
- My hair:
- I understand:
- Favourite music:
- Looking after pets
- My tattoo:
This rubric will be used to evaluate all Discussion Forum postings throughout the course! Many years ago there was a period of time that is often casually called "Medieval. Transportation and travel were both crude and difficult, usually necessitating that each kingdom be as self sufficient and self reliant as possible.
April 25, by Michael B. For those of you who know me, what do you think? Does the description below describe me? Transportation and travel were both crude and difficult, usually necessitating that each kingdom be as self sufficient and self reliant as possible. So it was very important that within each kingdom all the major crafts and professions of the day were ably represented to insure the survival of the kingdom.
In the English language we still see remnants of some occupations in the familiar surnames such as Smith, Carpenter, Miller and Baker to name just a few. Interestingly enough, beyond the specific title the vocation also took on its own greater personality. Although the specific vocation influenced the name, it was no accident that certain personality types and styles gravitated to certain occupations.
The personality of these jobs suited the inclinations of the job holders, and the predecessor to modern day job descriptions was born. The successful kingdoms more than likely were able to blend the differences into a powerful and formidable entity. Even though we now appear to have the freedom to explore many different career alternatives, we still have a medieval vocational personality within each of us.
This personality, properly identified and understood, can motivate our success but, if ignored, may set the stage for our ultimate failure. Since times appeared to be simpler then, let us return to the kingdoms of medieval Europe and see what we would have done then, regardless of what our names are now.
Your distinct personality, The Discoverer, might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. Your overriding goal is to go where no one else has ever gone before.
Regardless of the of available natural problems to be solved, it is not unusual for you to continually challenge yourself with new situations or obstacles that you have created. You are an insatiable explorer of people, places, things and ideas.
You thrive on constant change and anything new or different.
On the positive side, you can be creatively rational as well as open minded and just. On the negative side, you might be an impractical and indecisive procrastinator. Resources Recommended Reading Free Downlo.
My Kingdomality Role: Discoverer.