LSEs are driven by a strive for efficiency. They are constantly engaged in an optimization process, from big projects down to the little details of their lives.
LSEs know how to organize processes and manage activities for maximum productivity. They are able to handle tasks that require patience and focus. They are detail-oriented when details matter – and they can tell what is the optimal scale of working with a problem in order to obtain best results.
LSEs normally believe one’s emotions and passions should not guide one’s actions and react negatively to emotional expressiveness, but they are also unable to sense people’s moods or their own mood and emotional reactions. This results in them coming across as ‘fake’ in their outward expressions.
LSEs are unable to build up an instinctive vision of something or someone, subconsciously filling in the missing details.
The inability to understand own emotional reactions, combined with inability to envision means that LSEs find it hard to know what they want.
LSEs seek people who can offer them a gentle guidance on how to be a better person and help them to unlock their full potential.
If their own Quadra values are developed LSEs working on being good people and exploring human nature and society as a whole.
If their own Quadra values are developed, LSEs avoid violence and confrontations. They also find descriptiveness useless and perceive clarity and consistency as oversimplification.
If the opposite Quadra values are developed LSEs are eager to face up to challenges, hide their weaknesses and overcome obstacles.