So what are those five dimensions? The first dimension is a dimension. It's called extra version. Okay, Extra version vs introversion. Okay, that's the first dimension. The extra version dimension reflects How much motivational e do you need to be the center of attention? Do you like to have that spotlight of attention shown on you? Now? That's not the way we often use the term introvert. The term introvert is used all the time and in the popular press as a synonym for shy or hermit. And they're not the same thing. Okay, Introverts are people who don't really like that, that spotlight of attention shown on them. They may have lots of friends, but they like to interact with him a little bit behind the scenes. You know, they're the kind of people who may go into a volunteer organization and do stuff, but not necessarily want any credit for it in any kind of a public way. All right, it's not the same thing. Is just being, you know, completely shy or being, you know, not wanting to deal wi...
th people at all. So it's not like introverts want, like, close themselves up from the world. Our second dimension is agreeableness. Agreeableness is again. It's a motivational thing. Now the question is how much as a personality characteristic do you need people toe like you? Okay, so do you walk around the world structuring your interactions in the hope that people are gonna like you when they get to the end of that interaction? The third dimension is conscientiousness. Okay, Conte again? That's another one where you think Oh, I should be on the conscientious end of things, right? Because otherwise I'm not on the country inches that that seems wrong. I shouldn't be. What is conscientiousness? Conscientiousness reflects two aspects of your motivational system. How much do you really like to make sure that you get things completed, that you get things done? And how much do you really feel like? It's important for you to follow the rules