You are an easygoing, steady type of person. You don't worry too much about bumps in the road.
Instead, you tend to focus on the big picture. You believe that habits are what determine your life.
You believe that little things matter. It all adds up, and you take every choice seriously.
You are a very patient person. You know that you can't change your life in a day... change takes time.
You are a skeptic, and you don't believe in quick fixes. There is no substitute for doing things the right way.
It may take time to get where you want to be, but you'll enjoy the journey along the way.
You have a very savvy view of what's going on in your life. You have balance sheets running in your head.
You always know if you're up, down, or running at break even. You don't overestimate or underestimate.
Some may call you a pessimist, but you are just a realist. You prefer to have as many facts and figures as possible to make a decision.
You have a clear picture of your finances, even if they aren't completely under control. You know how much is coming in and how much is going out.
Whenever you are making a decision, you're a lot more likely to look at the downsides than most people. You are very aware of hidden costs.
As a result, you tend to live a bit more conservatively, but you aren't caught off guard by nasty surprises!
Love bears all things,believes all things,hopes all things,endures all things. Love never ends. 1 Corinthians: 13
You are a natural leader who knows where each person's strengths lie. You bring out the best in people.
You aren't a micro-manager who needs to control everything. You are good at delegating and letting go.
It's likely that you are highly skilled and specialized in what you're good at. And you're always getting better.
You refuse to be pressured into being a Jack or Jill of all trades. Some people do some things better than you - and that's fine!
You are good at seeing a big project or problem and dividing it up into many manageable parts.
You don't let yourself get overwhelmed by anything huge that comes your way. You take it one step at a time and one day at a time.