I asked these questions to some of my friends, and these are their responses. What about you? What do you enjoy? What do you avoid?
My friend Babette Bertha replied that she likes to study and understand solving math or science problems. She is precise, scientific, and intellectual. On the other hand, she tends to avoid social activities that involve teaching, healing, or informing others.
My friend Barbara Betsy replied that she likes to do things to help people such as teaching or providing information. At school, she is most likely to join a few clubs of volunteer for a favorite cause. She is helpful, friendly, and trustworthy. She likes to explain things to people. On the other hand, she tends to avoid leading, selling, or persuading people.
My friend Beatrix Bettina replied that she likes creative activities like art, drama, crafts, dance, music, or creative writing. At school, she is most likely to compete in athletic activities and perform in band or in a play. She is energetic, ambitious, and sociable. She uses her natural artistic abilities. She inspires people and getting them to see things her way. On the other hand, she tends to avoid activities that require careful observation and scientific, analytical thinking.
My friend Belinda Betty replied that she likes to lead and persuading people, as well as selling products and ideas. At school, she is most likely to excel in all of her coursework. She is expressive, original, and independent. On the other hand, she tends to avoid using machines or tools to achieve a goal.
My friend Benita Bonnie replied that she likes to work with animals, tools, or machines. At school, she is most likely to run for student government. She likes mechanical things or electrical drawings and working with new tools. She is practical and realistic.On the other hand, she tends to avoid repetitive or highly ordered activities.
My friend Bernardine Blanche replied that she likes to work with numbers, records, or machines in a set, orderly way. At school, she is most likely to do research in the library. She is orderly and good at following a set plan. On the other hand, she tends to avoid ambiguous, unstructured activities.
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