4V – Unbothered Volition
Can go long periods of time not worrying about taking on new responsibilities. Tend to only do things to feel a sense of accomplishment when needed. Will transition back to a quiet lifestyle afterwards, unless this is a part of their career. May forget to reach out to friends and family for moderate periods of time, unless they’re particularly social, but they still do not overtly worry about it. Usually feel that their identity and character is fixed, but can be changed slightly when needed. Do not concern themselves with endless life improvements or direction changes. They can have an ability to appear effortlessly successful due to their lax nature regarding volition. May not be concerned with proving themselves or showing off too much confidence. Can ignore how they affect others and stick to patterns until it is mentioned that they should change them. Take extra time to energize themselves. Sometimes let obstacles stay in the way until they actively notice them. Will drift between searching for inspiration and ignoring it. Remain unbothered by volition, even if others are pressuring them.
Cognizant of Others’ Opinions
Have a keen sense of knowing who can handle power, obligations and responsibilities. Pay close attention to who gets things done efficiently and with confidence. May weigh their options in deciding what to do next in life based on the feedback from others. Will expect quick solutions regarding how they go about executing their plans or future decisions. Are connoisseurs in understanding who has the strongest character and are willing to do what it takes to advance their goals.
Most easygoing and neutral about their goals, willpower, life’s direction and decision making. Tend to focus intently on the results that can be obtained from starting something new (or planning it). Do not like to prioritize putting mental energy towards imagining what they could achieve, or decide to do next – so quick results are expected. Tend to trust in the feedback 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 Unbothered Position (4th). Unbothered Volition (4V) has a lax, carefree, and go-with-the-flow attitude towards all concepts of volition. All 4V types are insufficient at being involved in matters relating to the realm of human willpower.