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The Artisans (SPs)

The first in a 4-part series, this short film is a visual introduction to the Artisans (SPs). Not that it’s possible to bottle up the essence of four distinct personalities in only a few minutes—but let’s give it a shot!

Next up: the Guardians (SJs)

About the author

Eric Gee

Eric Gee has administered personality-based life coaching for more than twenty years. He built a successful education company that used his personality typing method to better the lives of more than twenty thousand students, parents, and teachers. As creator of The Youtopia Project and the Youtopia 16 assessment, he has disseminated his method to over half a million users since the website’s creation in 2016.

His upcoming book, The Power of Personality, is the culmination of decades of research and application for the Youtopia Project, insights honed by personality typing upwards of fifty thousand people throughout his career.

Eric graduated from UCLA, where he studied English literature and screenwriting. Coincidentally, he’s also a classically trained pianist, backyard-trained barbecue dilettante, three-time fantasy football champion, professional mentor, and amateur magician. He owns Youtopia Creative, a shared creative workspace in Los Angeles (projectyoutopia.com/creative) where he dispenses life coaching (projectyoutopia.com/university) as well as an inordinate amount of 90s pop culture references.


    • Thanks! I thought it might fit that active lifestyle.

  • Eric, please, tell me if it is possible for a butterfly to draw Art through intellectual matters? Dissonans is bad sound litterally and means cognitive distortion and noise afteral.

    • Hello Mustafa,

      I’d imagine Butterflies would be extremely adept at utilizing dissonance as an aural element, much like they would use bitterness as a taste element. Out of the four Artisans, the Butterfly is probably the most likely to blend art with intellectual reflection. They search for beauty above all else, and “beauty” is a concept, right?

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