Mitt, without a doubt, is a high energy kind of person. Not only does he posess high levels of energy, he is highly cerebral. Different highly intelligent people operate in different ways. In Mitt's case, his intelligence comes about as the result of his ability to classify and categorize things, situatations, and people. He has an innate understanding about the strengths and weaknesses of just about anything or anyone he comes in contact with. Because of his ability to classify and categorize, he tends to be extremely organized. What is paradoxical about Mitt is that even though he has all the outer appearances of an analytical, aloof kind of person, he also has a highly developed nuturing ability. In other words, his brain can provide him with the proper direction to proceed, and then he can shift seemlessly into a gentle, nurturing guide, all the while keeping his focus on the long term goal by making sure everything is organized properly to be able to take the project to full fruition.
He has a deep, deep emotional side that no one really understands. And, by no one, I mean no one; not his family members, not his closest friends...no one. He's operated like this his entire life. The triggers for this unusual aspect of his personality likely began sometime during adolescence. With some people, this quality can cause someone to be a bit dreamy and preoccupied with starting projects over and over again. By the time someone with this character quality reaches age thirty, it's easy to tell if they've mastered the subtle influences it can bring to the table. A quick look at his life reveals that Mitt has the ability to not only envision how things should be, he has the ability to start projects, organize the effort as it's ongoing, and then nuture it to completion. To his credit, he has obviously honed this aspect of his character to a high degree. There are very few projects, regardless of their complexity, for which he couldn't put together a workable plan.
He operates best in an environment of creativity. He's extremely quick witted and has a tendency to be quite playful at times. Generally speaking, he loves children and children love him. After all, children are often the most creative, playful people in our lives. Mitt feeds off that energy. He can go on for what seems like forever with a project because of this youthful nature, but as with all human beings, he will occasionally come to a point where he has to recharge his batteries. While in the midst of a recharging period, he can be very quiet and reflective...even moody. Fear not though; these downtimes don't last long. He gets back to full operational speed in fairly short order.
All in all, the personality characteristics that Mitt holds enable him to be an outstanding leader. He's a bit of a detailed taskmaster organizing a project, but he's quite capable of following through to make sure projects undertaken can come to completion.
The most noteworthy aspect of Jennifer's personality is her ability, mentally, to see everything in pictures. It's almost as if she has a movie screen operating behind her eyes. She not only sees how things are, she envisions in clear, precise images how things should be and could be. In this sense, she can be a very precise planner. Her plans to achieve a goal can be meticulous. If she doesn't have all the skill and wherewithall to bring a plan to completion, she's more than capable of enlisting the assistance of others to aid in her effort. Because she sees things so clearly she's able to help others catch her vision. She projects this quality, in the physcial, with her eyes. Her eyes can be mesmerizing when she wants something. When her plans don't come to fruition, she tries even harder. Those efforts can become troublesome to those she may be trying to sway.
She most likely has a quirky sense of humor that endears her to others. She's quite skilled at categorizing and classifying things and people. She has a natural instinct to understand the strengths and weaknesses of people and even inanimate objects. Once she's made a determination about someone's character, it's very, very difficult for her to change that opinion. Not even an act of Congress would change her mind.
She has a warm, nuturing side at times. It's a quality that she'd like to develop further but it remains just a little beyond her reach in most occasions. However, it doesn't deter her from trying.
She is likely most comfortable in an environment of sound, fundamental nurturing. That includes sound financial structure as well as sensous interaction. Her efforts in life will likely surround such goals. When they're met, she's content. When they're not, she can be distraught.
Individuals with the profile of Jennifer are often very successful in managment and executive positions. They make great leaders because of their attention to detail and ability to design long term plans. In the areas of romance they are most comfortable when in the lead. They are out of their natural role when they find themselves in a dependent or submissive position.