Teaching Families How to Walk in Agape Love
MBS for the Christian Family
The focus of the Paced person is on timing, harmony and cooperation.
It's easy to recognize someone that has Pace as their dominant trait. Paced people appear laid back, relaxed and easy going. They don't rush ... they just move along in a smooth, under control manner. High P people HATE to be put under pressure, so they naturally avoid pressuring others. High P people are helpful and cooperative.
Other characteristics of Pace are:
The best way to work with a person who has the Pace trait is:
Relax! Paced people appreciate a "calm, cool and collected" style.
Ask them for their help/cooperation. Preferably not at the last minute.
Consider their schedule. Get with them early so that they can work what you need into their schedule.
NOTE: If a person has other traits above the line, you will also need to consider those traits as well.
Appear cool, calm and controlled under pressure
Appear stable, emotionally adjusted, in harmony with the world
Roll with the punches ... take things in stride
Noted for persistence and cooperation
Look for peace and harmony (referees)
Have a long fuse ... when blow up look out
Dependable and reliable
Do not like to be rushed at the last minute ... plan ahead
Inclined to make every move count
Noted for good memory and being a good listener
Organize their time to get work done on schedule
Time, schedules, deadlines are important
Like to know the time frame
Warm and friendly (may be perceived as extrovert)
Naturally good planners
Make great friends ... have time to take time to listen, etc.
Approach things in a methodical way
Tend to hold things within ... not make waves