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?
They pride themselves in being internally strong. They rarely describe themselves as stressed. They push through challenges and learn from them. They can be detached observers. This serves them well when things are changing. They have the drive and determination to keep going when others falter. When you cannot think of answers it is important to seek help. It is not a sign of weakness. The advice of trusted people can help you get back on track far more quickly and rediscover your independence and strength.
Give yourself space where you can think through the logic and implications of the change and identify ways to make it work for you. You will then be ready to tackle the issues and move toward the desired outcome
They can quickly label others as weak, ignorant or incompetent. Although there is a place for blunt and honest realism, it is probably not when you or those around you are at your most stressed or vulnerable. It is better for you to focus your energy on solving the problem itself and not turn on the people involved, even if they are at fault
Organising, coordinating, and maintaining information and data roles would suit tigers well such as:
A Tiger’s natural interest in action and solving immediate problems by thinking on their feet is suited to roles such as:
Most Tigers are easily bored so enjoy plenty of variety and interaction. This is a strength in roles supporting people such as:
Many Tigers like to apply their skills to monitor, make or repair things. This can be achieved in roles such as:
Tigers like to express their creative side, especially when they can be spontaneous and autonomous. More frequently advertised roles combining creativity with flexibility such as: