The Fox – ESTP

Cocky, sly, smooth, and charming, Foxes, like all Hunters, have a natural confidence and grace. From the outside, it’s a common mistake to confuse them with a Peacock, their equally performative Hunter sibling. Contrary to the Peacock, however, who will work hard for the attention they so desperately crave and are unafraid of showing a little sweat if it gets them Instagram likes, Foxes seem to attain their popularity effortlessly. In fact, everything about a Fox seems effortless, making them the perfect embodiment of “cool.”

The Improviser

Han Solo

Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

– Han Solo, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

“What is your primary talent?” Ask a Fox that question, and they’ll have difficulty coming up with an answer… Preorder The Power of Personality to learn more!

The Dealmaker

Winston Churchill

A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.

– Winston Churchill

The best networker of all the types, the Fox, unlike the relentless yet sometimes graceless Killer Whale, is an effortless schmoozer that takes it upon themselves to meet all types of people and not just those that could be viewed as future assets… Preorder The Power of Personality to learn more!

The Madison Ave. Marketer


What else is there for me to conquer? Hopefully my ego. How will I know when I’ve succeeded? When I stop caring what anyone thinks.

– Madonna

The same instinct that enables Foxes to be hyper cognizant of how others appear causes them to be even more conscious of their own appearance… Preorder The Power of Personality to learn more!

The Adventurer

EH 7018P Ernest Hemingway on safari, Africa. January, 1934. Photograph in the Ernest Hemingway Photograph Collection, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.

To me a heaven would be a big bull ring with me holding two barrera seats and a trout stream outside that no one else was allowed to fish in and two lovely houses in the town; one where I would have my wife and children and be monogamous and love them truly and well and the other where I would have my nine beautiful mistresses on 9 different floors…

– Ernest Hemingway

Foxes love to explore. New things equal new sensations, and to be in an unfamiliar scenario encourages the improvisation that they so obviously cherish as an inescapable part of themselves. Foxes will try everything… Preorder The Power of Personality to learn more!


  • Marianna Rhodes says:

    I do love to explore anything even if its just through a book. That part is true. Although sly seems to creep in here and I don’t think thats true. I think adaptable would be better.

    • Krack korn says:

      I respect what u said and nice to meet u.

  • khalid yusuf says:

    Thats a nice best

  • This is interestingly very accurate. I feel like I’ve been being watched or something. Awesome (:

  • Wow, on the point! I drive for Lyft and I love it!

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