Can go long periods of time not caring about their responsibilities. Tend to only do things in order to feel a sense of accomplishment so they can transition back to a quiet lifestyle. May forget to reach out to friends and family for moderate periods of time as they do not generally keep track of previous endeavors. Do not concern themselves with endlessly discussing life improvements and motivation. Feel as though their identity is fixed and will only make slight adjustments to it when absolutely necessary. May forget their obligations or leave it on others to do as they best see fit. Quickly accept that those with more energy are more capable of accomplishing their goals. Due to downplaying their own volition – they have an ability to look effortlessly successful. May not be too concerned with showing others confidence or proving themselves. Can completely ignore the effect they have on others, preferring to stick to patterns until the time comes to change them. Take extra time to energize themselves and the window of that energized state is small. Can let obstacles stay in their way until they actively notice them. Will drift between actively searching for inspiration and ignoring changes in energy, though, this is not a cause for concern for them.
Cognizant of Others
Have a keen sense of knowing who can handle volition in an efficient and effective manner. May weigh their options in expending energy based on the best feedback from others. Will quickly ask for solution regarding how they go about executing their willpower. Are connoisseurs in figuring out who has what it takes to express their volition effectively.
They are mostly easygoing and neutral about their understanding of responsibilities, obligations, goals, willpower and how to overcome obstacles. These types tend to focus intently on the results that can be obtained from the human drive, though this is not a top priority for them. They tend to trust in the feedback that they receive from others when inquiring in all matters related to volition.
The 4V attitude is formed by placing the volition aspect (V) into the unconcerned position (4th). Unconcerned volition (4V) has a lax and carefree attitude towards all concepts of volition. All 4V types are insufficient at being involved in matters relating to the realm of human willpower.