My son-in-law, Tony, Type 4, just graduated from Med School tonight. His wife and my daughter Jenny, Type 1, were getting bored during the hooding ceremony, (only after Tony was recognized of course!), so we started “typing” the field of Medicine and here is what we came up with!!
Type 1 is the highest movement. It is random, animated, engaging so dominant Type 1s would be great people Docs like Family Practice, Pediatrics, ad OB-GYN.
Type 2 is a lower movement. It is calming, comforting, and… detailed oriented so dominant Type 2s would be great Docs for anesthesiology, oncology, and anything that takes a lot of research and a calming, comforting presence for their patients.
Type 3 is a swift medium high movement and Type 3 people make big decisions quickly with a lot of confidence, so dominant Type 3s would make great Orthopedic surgeons where there is a lot of intense surgery sawing bones and reconstructing the body. Also Emergency room Docs, that is an intense space!
Type 4 is the stillest movement with an exact, precise nature. Dominant Type 4s, like Tony make great Docs that require exactness and a laser focus! Like Opthamology (Tony’s choice), neurosurgery, anything that requires an art of perfecting and repetition. Like cataract surgery on a lot of patients over and over. But Tony will be great with that he has had the same lunch for 24 years!
What I love about Energy Profiling is it does not classify people in to tight career classifications like most profiling systems. We all have so many options no matter our dominant expression, it’s just finding what supports us in staying true to our natural gifts and talents.
Think about it! I would not want my Anesthesiologist to be a Type 3! Just not detailed enough! And they may not be too sensitive to how they are putting in the needles! Energy Profiling gives us a window in to the natural gifts and talents of others so we can be a benefactor of these qualities as everyone plays their part perfectly.
What do you think? Have some fun adding to this list!