This quick picture quiz can reveal a lot regarding your true personality and certain hidden traits that probably even you are not aware.
Our subconscious goes deep and sometimes even we don’t understand it. Often psychologist uses pictures to help understand their clients and what’s going on beneath the surface of our mind.
Take a look at this picture – how many horses do you see?
If you only saw one horse:
You are the person that only sees the big picture. You don’t care about the details and have a more realistic view of the world. In other words, you’re kind of person that keeps the eyes on the prise. You don’t let feeling get in a way of your path and therefore you can not be mad for longer periods of time. You keep things simple so you can focus on what is important and it tends to work out very well for you.
If you saw four to nine horses:
You are a very serious person and tend to achieve more than the average person. You think of yourself that you’re kind of person that pays attention to details. Your achievements and accomplishments are the product of hard work and perseverance.
Even though details is your thing you don’t like the idea of a perfectionist. The reason for that is because many of that people don’t accomplish the goal because of that trait.
If you saw 10 or more horses:
The perfectionist type of person. You believe that if something is not perfect is not wordy of your eyes and time. You can be a very critical to other people but to yourself as well. When you’re in a group you immediately take the lead of whatever you’re doing because you want it to be done right. People normally don’t have a problem with you leading the way because when you are in charge you are sure to exceed expectations in every way imaginable.
However, you have to remember that not every time thigs would turn out perfect and that is fine and not your fault. So, people like this have to remember to take it easy sometimes and even though things aren’t perfect, they are really good and your hard work never goes unnoticed.
Source: David Wolfe