PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT (October 27, 1858 - January 6, 1919) 26th President of the United States (1901-1909)
The Chosen Role of Sustained Momentum
Once in awhile someone is able to place himself in a position that represents the pinnacle of one's pre-designed personality pattern and specific path for that lifetime. Theodore Roosevelt utilized his double leadership role through his traits and path -- offering a dynamic force, strength and the surprising open-throttled momentum that rocketed the world into a new era of social change and world-negotiating power. He was the ultimate "hero" of moral integrity and political ethics representing the common man and serving as a father figure for a nation.
Nature-lover, prolific writer, explorer, soldier, land conservationist, historian, rancher, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Governor of New York, Vice President. Theodore Roosevelt came from a wealthy mercantile family filled with love and encouragement. Born in New York, he was educated privately due to his ill health as a child. His later robust persona hid his genius and intellect, graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard College. Intense interest in Natural History kept him " grounded" to the land and its preservation throughout his life.
Spiritual Age: Parented
(The transitional phases of an individual in spiritual development are (soul age): Nurtured, Adulted, Parented, Guardianed and Familied)
First Trait - Shining Ray
Roosevelt used this trait to make choices -- to draw in forces, people, ideas and nations around him, in balance, in order to unify through an accepting manner. He was one of the most popular Presidents in American history, utilizing this gregarious character aspect. By drawing people in for mutual exchange, he won the Nobel Prize for Peace as a mediator to end the Russo - Japanese war of 1905.
Second Trait: Your Primary Personality Type -Messenger Ray
THE LEADING ONE
Roosevelt's Primary Personality Type is called The Leading One. A Leading One, from the white Messenger Ray, exemplifies the single individual comfortable with directing large groups of people. Able to combine the needs of the masses, many Leading Ones became capable CEOs of corporations or silent mentors through their dynamic presence.
Third Trait: -Messenger Ray
Warning Vision allows someone with this trait, in balance, to have competence and foresight in adept perceptive qualities. Many thought that he acted precipitately, but because his mind moved so much more quickly than most people's minds, he could make plans accurately, far in advance. In excess, one can believe in an outcome too strongly and bring distress through misdirection.
Fourth Trait - Messenger Ray
Roosevelt used this character trait at the most supreme level of effectiveness. When in balance, this trait allows you to be very efficient in task functions. Roosevelt read a book a day, could read and absorb information as quickly as he could turn a page. He wrote amazingly, thirty six books in his lifetime and was known for his sincere letter correspondence amongst friends and colleagues totaling 150,000 letters.
Fifth Trait - Journey Ray
Guided by a trait that helps people deliver loyalty to causes and people with vigor (Giving Out in balance), Roosevelt was dedicated to his family, friends, country and interests. Once quoted regarding his wife and family, he declared that "he had the happiest home life of any man he knew." People with this personality trait will be loyal to specific interests, belief systems, and frequently have mentors to look up to. Roosevelt loved Natural History so much, he became one of the world's best authorities on North American mammals and birds. When faced with a perplexing challenge, Lincoln's picture became a source of inspiration in the White House to him when he would ask himself "what would Lincoln do if he were in my shoes?"
Sixth Trait - Messenger Ray
An instant hero when he charged up San Juan Hill as a Lieutenant Colonel of the Rough Rider's Regiment, he was a symbol of this trait in balance. This characteristic intensifies action and adds strength to its direction. The youngest President in the nation, he brought dynamic force and a new vigorous excitement to America. His physical actions and strong voice helped him excite audiences through his speeches on home soil and as a representative of American stability.
Seventh Trait - Messenger Ray
This trait, in balance, keeps people excited about repetitive tasks that others would find non- challenging over time. Roosevelt used this characteristic to prolong and re-nourish himself from within. He could work late into the night acquiring a "second wind," pouring over tomorrow's guest BIOS's and interests. His sustained pace was witnessed in the office, leading safaris and piercing through exhaustion when in battle.
One of the most cherished, likable leaders this nation has witnessed. President Theodore Roosevelt, as the Leading One of the White Ray, brought attention to the forces of grounding strength. His unstoppable physical and mental agility placed President Roosevelt as a prime example for the Personality Pattern of Sustained Movement. He taught us to stand strong for that which we believe is true and beneficial to the individual, not just the few in power. He prompts us through his historical character to become actively involved in the lives and interests of all those around us.
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