The Choleric personality type is associated with testosterone, and although every temperamental makeup is represented by members of both genders, most choleric people are men.
Generally, Cholerics are money- and success-oriented people. They are fascinated by stocks, investments, money markets, and all kinds of revenue generation methods, just like others are fascinated by art and poetry.
These people are very practical, and they make for naturally gifted businesspeople.
Continually looking for opportunities and always working on themselves, they build successful businesses that thrive and benefit others.
That doesn’t mean that these people are greedy for money by any means!
From their perspective, work is fun.
However, they never do well in a subordinate position – they are all about independence, financially and otherwise.
It’s About Exact Sciences!
Another unique quality of choleric people is their ability to systematize everything.
That is why they usually enjoy math and other exact sciences.
They have a hard time trying to understand why the approaches they use for solving a mathematical problem cannot be used when addressing relationship issues.
Testosterone also contributes to their spatial skills.
Their spatial skills can be reflected in musical and athletic ability, particularly sports that require spatial skills, such as soccer.
Don’t Bug Me; I’m busy!
People with a choleric personality are good at math, geometry, and engineering, which often affects their professional choices.
They are goal-oriented and have a sharp focus as they work.
Their concentration is deep and narrow. When they are busy with something, Cholerics are simply not capable of noticing other things that are going on around them.
You could think of them as kind of “one-trick-ponies”.
This type of people is very analytical and logical.
These people are kings and queens of figuring out things.
High testosterone activity in these men and women makes them very straightforward.
Generally, Choleric people don’t strive to be polite, respectful, or friendly. They do stuff according to what is convenient to them and, most importantly, is in line with their goals.
Wasting words and repeating the obvious seem pointless to them.
Forcing them to do so is a surefire way to annoy them!
Choleric personality is characterized by pragmatism, and it is typical for them to take their decisions fast and act immediately.
Unlike many others, they don’t have a problem when offered multiple choices.
Extremely tough-minded, they act under their motto: “Talk is cheap”. It means that they rather prefer to prove themselves with action and put the talk aside.
You will hardly hear a choleric going on and on about what he is planning to do like it often happens with sanguine-phlegmatic.
This kind of behavior is extremely annoying and embarrassing to Cholerics.
Although you might think Cholerics are boring and have nothing to share, the fact of the matter is that they often are the ones who have the most fun (alone).
Years pass, and you may be amazed at what they have achieved.
It is no wonder why they are how they are. Choleric people have everything they need to excel in business, sports, or science.
They are naturally predisposed to set goals then reach them and believing in reasoning, logic, and investigation.
They are skeptical and do not trust easily. Cholerics need to investigate the facts on their own, then analyze them.
People with a choleric personality have excellent problem-solving skills – as long as they are satisfied with the reasoning behind their strategy, they act bold and self-confident.
Both confidence and daring arise from high testosterone activity.
They have no problem with tolerating long hours of work, isolation, and discomfort if only this takes them to their goal.
Highly independent people with not much respect for diplomas and other credentials, they are armed with their autonomy and independence.
Both Choleric men and women are likely to be highly competitive, almost to the point of being aggressive, which is another sign of high testosterone activity.
People with this temperament are determined to succeed. They set high standards and work long and hard. However, they are rarely satisfied with the time and effort they spend on their projects.
They keep on raising the mark to the point where many of them live with the constant worry that one day, they will fail.
Once they disappoint themselves, they will blame themselves ruthlessly.
However, Choleric people never give up their attempts to succeed and continue striving to the goals.
They love knowledge and look for intelligent partners. Otherwise, they generally avoid socializing unless they are interested in the conversation, which of course should be somehow related to their goals.
This temperamental makeup is typically characterized by detachment from their feelings because they admire emotional control.
Cholerics strive to be logical, analytical, competent, just, and convincing.
These people usually appear calm and collected.
They don’t smile much and avoid eye contact, and despite their best efforts at total self-control, they might “lose it” sometimes and explode into rage.
Find out all about Choleric people in love and relationships.
The Choleric personality type is very similar to the ENTJ type, according to the 16 personalities theory.