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Tuesday, December 28, 2004

King Don of Kingdomality
Hello, I'm Don and I'll be your
Benevolent Ruler this evening.

Although the Kingdomality quiz has been online for years it's still worth another look, because now it's a book (no extra charge for the rhyme.)

When I originally took the quiz (several years ago) I think I was a Knight or a Prime Minister. When I retook the test last week and it turns out I've been promoted to "Benevolent Ruler" -- who's yer King Daddy, baybeee?!
It appears they've added quite a bit of content to fill out the book. There's now a whole section on "Dragon Slaying" (problem solving), and they've expanded the personality descriptions and how they interact with one another.

The book comes out in January, and I'm looking forward to reading it. I thought I'd give you a heads-up, so that you can add it to your reading list... Just another example of what a Benevolent Ruler I am!

Here's the description of my personality type:

The Benevolent Ruler might be found in most of the thriving kingdoms of the time. You are the idealistic social dreamer. Your overriding goal is to solve the people problems of your world. You are a social reformer who wants everyone to be happy in a world that you can visualize.

You are exceptionally perceptive about the woes and needs of humankind. You often have the understanding and skill to readily conceive and implement the solutions to your perceptions. On the positive side, you are creatively persuasive, charismatic and ideologically concerned.

On the negative side, you may be unrealistically sentimental, scattered and impulsive, as well as deviously manipulative. Interestingly, your preference is just as applicable in today's corporate kingdoms.

You can take the free online test to see how you would fit into the mix of a medieval kingdom.


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