The ANALYZER

People who have the analyzer personality are usually slow and secure. He or she
would ask about a million questions before stepping foot onto a boat. If you
have experienced a scenario such as this, then you have met an analyzer. Most
times, analyzers act based on their feelings and they make decisions depending on
how secure or comfortable they feel. Making decisions will be very difficult and would
take much longer than it normally would if an analyzer feels insecure in any way. This
is because they will need to gather more information concerning the situation, and
this could take a while.
To analyzers, analysis and data are extremely important, and when they come across
any kind of problem, they take time out to study the issue closely, gather the needed
data, and then analyze it with the resources available to them. Apart from facts and
data, the thoughts and opinions of those who are involved are also things analyzers
take note of. Most times, analyzers are seen as people who are very academic and
they tend to be very focused when it comes to their work environment. When
conversing with an analyzer, it could be noticed that they usually base their
conversations on histories, past illustrations, and facts. During conversations, some
might find them boring, but at the same time, the things they say are very informative
and beneficial.
A company staff between the ages of thirty and fifty who have no interest in matters
concerning the company, such as culture change, would likely fall into the analyzer
category. Such a person is completely comfortable with their present condition and
taking a risk is not something they would want to do. While analyzers can be very
secure, they could also be very stubborn at the same time.
STRENGTHS
Managing risk is something analyzers excel at and it could even be seen as their
greatest strength. If you happen to work with one of them, you would notice they
leave zero margin for errors, and this shows they mean business. After collecting the
opinions, data, and thoughts, they will then manage the risk to the lowest point to
which it can be managed.
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Another thing analyzers excel at is sticking to rules and regulations. While most of us
would feel they are tedious and restricting, analyzers perform best when there are
rules and regulations. To be honest, they find it meaningless to live without them. The
only time they experience peace in their minds is when the task they are given is set
within boundaries they can keep a close eye on.
Analyzers are completely in love with systems; routines also work well for them.
Sound strange? Well, the reason why this is so is because they enjoy doing things in
ways that can be followed step-by-step from start to finish, and preferably without
errors. If you want to gain the favor of an analyzer, one thing you could do is to provide
a systematic solution to a problem they encounter.
Security is a major concern to an analyzer and before they can make any decision,
they put the entire plan into consideration first. If plan A fails to work, then B must be
ready to. Due to the fact that they gather data and analyze it, it is possible for them to
solve any problem they might face in the safest way possible.
WEAKNESSES
Most times, analyzers do not approach other people to start conversations, and this
is completely normal to them. Initiating conversations or making the first move to
interact with others is simply not their thing. Even in a brainstorming session, an
analyzer would wait for other people to make their suggestions and speak their minds
first before he or she speaks.
Inflexibility is one other weakness analyzers have. It is very rare for you to find an
analyzer who adapts easily to new cultures. If you try to introduce new accounting
software to an analyzer, for example, he or she would likely give a thousand reasons
why it isn’t needed and let you know how comfortable he or she is using the current
one he or she has. Unless an analyzer sees a real need to try out the software, he or
she would rather not take that “risk.”
An analyzer will do all he or she can to hide emotions so as not to appear weak to
other people. Definitely, there are a lot of reasons why they would not want to show
their emotions to others, but the general reason is so they can feel safe and protected.

Laura Zukerman

Owner and Founder At The Goddess Bibles A Memoir By Laura Zukerman

Becoming Your Inner Goddess

Goddess on Fire

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