Murderous Villain Test
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Your friend is the most like:
Like Karl Doenitz, you tend to your tasks with conscientiousness and steady perseverance and as a result find yourself entrusted with ever-increasing responsibility as others learn that they can rely on you to excel. While you are an asset to any endeavor, you should not be afraid to question the judgment of those who are in authority lest you find yourself faithfully pulling the project in the wrong direction.
Words of Warning
Points to consider for people with your personality - have you ever:
- Been so used to being the only one capable of handling things responsibly and by the book that you failed to take stock of a great new idea that somebody else had once it finally came your way?
- Placed too much credence in others' ability to be reasonable and prudent, perhaps hoping that more fanciful natures than your own could be brought to their senses by way of calm and rational presentation?
- Been so strong-willed and dutiful that you refused to abandon a project or obligation that you had committed to, even though it might have been thoroughly justified (and indeed wise) to do so?
- Been so over-focused on work and professional obligations that you neglected to spend time with your family, friends, and loved ones?
- Used your knowledge of the facts, and experience of how things work, to judge and dismiss others on factual grounds, even though their qualms may have been emotional, not factual?
- Unreasonably blamed yourself for the lapses and poor work ethic of others, taking it upon yourself to carry their responsibilities along with your own?
According to studies from Cambridge University (UK) and Texas AM University (US), your scores indicate that you are:
- More likely than the average person to judge people by their actions, rather than by their words.
- More likely than the average person to cut straight to the chase when talking.
- More likely than the average person to simply look at the bottom line as opposed to pondering a lot of qualifications and maybes.
- More deliberate and thorough in your actions than the average person.
- Someone who is more reserved in social situations than the average person.
- Someone who has an easier time concentrating for long periods of time than the average person.
- Someone who likes to take more time to size people up and get to know them before you open up than the average person.
- More planful, organized, and goal-oriented than the average person.
- Likely to have had a higher grade point average in school than the average person.
- Less likely than the average person to ever have cheated on your homework, exams, or a loved one.
- More likely than the average person to leave an orderly room when you go to work in the morning.
- More critical, cold-headed, and detached than the average person.
- More suspicious of the motives of others than the average person and quicker to detect a lie or an attempt to manipulate you than the average person.
- More at ease with making cynical and tough decisions than the average person.
- More likely than the average person to be barbed and acerbic with people who irritate you.
- Less preoccupied than the average person with how you are perceived in the eyes of others.
- More psychologically robust and better at absorbing shocks and setbacks than the average person.
- Less worried about stressors and threats in your environment than the average person; not being one to be easily irritated or upset.
- Someone who performs better under pressure than the average person.
Karl Doenitz (1891-1980) was a German naval officer who had a major role in the naval battles of World War II. Doenitz's career started in the Imperial Navy, and during World War I he was captured by British soldiers. While in captivity, he formulated the tactic known as wolfpack. He was the senior officer of submarines in the Kriegsmarine at the start of World War II. In 1943, he was awarded the rank of Grand Admiral and became the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy.
After Hitler's death, Doenitz was named as the new head of state and given the title of President as specified in Hitler's will. Doenitz's presidency was fleeting because of the ongoing Allied invasion and occupation of Germany. He was found guilty at the Nuremberg trials and served a ten-year sentence. He spent the rest of his life living in West Germany and was unrepentant about his role in the Third Reich.
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