The limitations listed below are for the Pure High S, which represent a very small percentage of the population.
Each of these tendencies may be negated by the position of the “D,” “I,” and “C” factor or the values of the individual.
The High S may:
- Take criticism of work as a personal affront.
- Resist change just for change sake.
- Need help getting started on new assignments.
- Have difficulty establishing priorities.
- Internalise feelings when they should be discussed.
- Wait for orders before acting.
- Give false sense of compliance.
- Be too hard on themselves.
- May stay involved in a situation too long.
- Not project a sense of urgency.
Studies have shown that when persons focus on overcoming their weaknesses, they also diminish their strengths. The most effective people are those who understand themselves and surround themselves with people who are lovingly honest. All people have strength and weaknesses. Our task is to build on the strengths, “two heads are better than one,” “many hands make light work” and “a stand of three is not easily broken.”