You do let your emotions have a say in how things get done, but most of the power is in the hands of the logical, information-based part of your brain.

You’re the type of person who would study the manifesto pledges of all the candidates during an election and select the one who you believed offered the best outcome for you and the rest of the society.

To you, the wisdom is in being bold and taking action rather than waiting for life or someone else to make the choice for you.

You may use your instinct to guide you, but you do so thanks to a very rational approach to solving problems.

Instead, you use these situations as opportunities to grow and learn so that you can move forwards instead of getting bogged down in negativity. ” or “I’m so unlucky” are unlikely to pass your lips and you squirm a little bit when you hear others bemoaning the state of affairs in their lives.

You freely admit that you can’t know it all, but you always like to understand an issue in all the multi-faceted ways possible.

You enjoy discussing matters of significance with people and are competent in debating your case.

Despite this, you are also very happy to listen to the points of view made by others and you don’t disparage them or come across as arrogant in any way.

From a fairly young age, you’ve had a strong sense of knowing which direction you’re headed in.

As you grow older, you maintain a clear vision of what you want to achieve in life and you don’t waver or believe it unrealistic no matter what obstacles cross your path.

You are not pig-headed enough to believe you are always right – indeed you could hardly learn from your mistakes if you weren’t capable of admitting when you were wrong in the first place.

And when you do wrong to other people, you are quick to recognize this and try to make amends.

You treat those around you with respect, but at no point would you pander to their ego in order to get ahead.