Find work ethic hard to keep up with and may worry about it. Often do not know how to react to their responsibilities. Will feel anxious about large workloads and insecure in how their duties to perform are perceived by others. Tend to feel doubtful about their potential and how it may inspire others into action. May overestimate how much motivation something requires. Tendency to panic or become anxious when their energy level slips lower without warning. Can become anxious and unsure of how to overcome obstacles. Will over-analyze and replay things they have accomplished in recent history – unsure of the best next step to take.
May obsess over processing the tenets of their willpower. Can react very negatively and question any sort of “authority” that questions them or tells them what to do. Tend to push themselves to settle the inner conflict about their capability. Will overexert themselves in an effort to avoid the doubt cluttering their mind. May make promises and overestimate their ability to keep the promise.
Can completely ignore any sort of question regarding their character or abilities. Will abandon discussion about obligations and responsibilities if it does not feel safe. May shut off their typical strategies to energize themselves. Tend to ignore obstacles as if they do not exist. Can remain unmoved and unshakable to anyone who tries to exert their will, stonewalling the opponent.
Feel a comfort in successfully learning a detail about their character. Sense of calm when realizing they can explore their volition safely. Understand their own limitations in willpower and can accept that. Empathize with those who may demand or expect energy. Refuse to over-analyze accomplishments and instead perceive them as they are. Tame their automatic reactive nature to those whom they perceive as pressuring or forcing them to do things. Become accepting of outside authority through fully realizing their own.
The 3V attitude is formed by placing the volition aspect (V) into the insecure position (3rd). Insecure volition (3V) has an apprehensive and unsure attitude towards all manifestations of human willpower. All 3V types are insufficient at being involved in matters relating to volition. They are mostly anxious about their understanding of responsibilities, obligations, goals, willpower and how to overcome obstacles. These types tend to have a shaky and unstable relationship with how they process all things related to the human drive. They tend to need clarification and feedback from others when engaging in matters of volition.