As humans we are programmed to look out for danger and to avoid it. This helps us survive. We grow to like familiar things and prefer to avoid change. We can see change as a potential threat. However, some change is inevitable and most change is not a threat, but we are programmed to be wary and suspicious of change which can cause stress and unhelpful patterns of thought. We have a big brain which can make us worry in a big way. Our personality has a huge influence on our response to change.
Does change affect you the way it does people who share your personality animal?
This can manifest itself inwardly by berating yourself or outwardly projecting on to others. It is your mind’s way of telling you to change something and regain your equilibrium.
You like to support people and can often promise too much. You cannot help everyone so you may need to learn to say no and ration your compassion. You may be a natural at helping others navigate through change but do spend time on your own needs and build a network of people who can support you.
If you feel this slipping away from you it can cause distress. Avoid being overwhelmed by the big things in life such as climate change, injustice, poverty and so on. Instead, concentrate on the things you can control and influence. Prioritise key positive actions you can take to get yourself back on track.
Roles that involve connecting people in creative ways often appeal to dolphins such as:
The natural warmth and enthusiasm dolphins bring into their work can suit roles with customer and client interaction such as:
Dolphins are natural advisers, mentors, and coaches, especially when motivating or inspiring groups. This is a strength in roles such as:
These qualities can also help dolphins thrive in roles such as:
Many dolphins like to apply their creative side to design, make, improve, or manage things better. This can be achieved in roles such as:
Dolphins are most comfortable performing roles in which they oversee the creative process. More frequently advertised roles can therefore appeal to dolphins such as: