- Other Expressions: Performer, Creator, Storyteller
- Life Journey: To explore the heights of imagination through new forms of creativity.
- Unique Challenge: To overcome the fear of being unoriginal.
- Lesson To Learn: To develop artistic gifts rather than ignoring them.
- Defining Grace: Creativity
- Challenge To Self: I will develop my talent and express myself without letting fear of failure hold me back, and stand by my artistic point of view in the face of criticism.
THE CHEF: More than any other Creative types, chefs have the ability to make everyone around them happy by cooking, and often do so spontaneously at gatherings. Their knowledge of food interests all kinds of people because while not everyone cares about art, everyone cares about eating.
THE CHILD: Not yet cynical, open-minded, expressive, and inspirational to others lost in the banalities of life, children bring the gift of fresh eyes and playful ideas to everyone around them.
THE POET: The Poet possesses a zen-like ability to appreciate and help others to see the humor and loveliness of simple things.
THE NOVELIST: Novelists are disciplined, but they can also be fun because they love to get out of the house after a hard day’s work. They can also be fabulous storytellers and convivial drinking partners.
THE ROMANTIC: Honest and unguarded, romantics are willing to invest in relationships as an act of creation, using every ounce of energy and imagination. They are also enthusiastic guides when it comes to introducing others to all things of great beauty.
THE COPYCAT: While imitation may well be the sincerest form of flattery, it can be self-destructive and embittering to the Creative who is so desperate to express himself that he highjacks the work of someone else to make his mark on the world.