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MARK 3000 CB HW Jan31

MARK 3000 CB HW Jan31 - money The achiever category said I...

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Jacob McMillen Right O-3 1) Striver/Achiever 2) Haha the Striver one wasn’t even close. It said I seek the approval of others which and like to be trendy. It said I like to shop for socials reasons. It also said that money defines success for me. In actuality, I am one of the most secure people I know. I am very uninterested in others opinions and have actually been trying to be more interested in other people in general. I hate shopping and I hate overly social settings. Money is the last thing that defines success for me. Achiever was a lot closer, although not spot on. I am goal-oriented and committed to family. My social life is very structured around family and place of worship. I am very politically conservative and I respect authority. However, intimacy is very important to me and I am not interested in a stable mundane career; if I was I would become an accountant and make lots of
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Unformatted text preview: money. The achiever category said I shop for prestige brands and items. I am almost exclusively a bargain shopper and I spend a lot of time searching for value. 3) Well according to my VALS type, the shoe company would want to present their shoes to me as trendy and prestigious. They would want to hire fashion trendsetters and as their spokespeople. In actuality, if I like the look of the shoes, need shoes, can get them for under $50, and they make them in size 15, I’ll buy them. 4) Same as the shoes. The cell phone company would want to make me think that all the wealthy people own their new phone. Additionally, my achiever type would make time saving devices desirable, so marketing the phone as a large time saver for my ultra busy life would be good. In actuality, I never pay for phones. I only get the ones that come free with the 2-year plan....
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