What if you think you’re both a Koala and a Kangaroo? Or a Greyhound and a Koala?
The first thing is that these aren’t personalities, they are about how you are living your life, so you could be varying your approach to life from one day to the next.
Or you might be borderline on some of the factors. I do know some people who are on the edge between two.
I guess if we think about the four factors, the first input is efficiency – you might be averagely efficient (not great but not terrible) – I don’t think efficiency varies much from day to day, though you might have days when you feel overwhelmed (we all do!). And you might be efficient in your day to day organisation but not in terms of moving forward towards your goals.
The other input is goals – again, you might have only half decent goals, perhaps home but not work, or shot term but not long term.
And then the outputs, maybe you vary in how you feel about your achievement, some days feeling good and some days feeling your’e not making and headway. And you might be achieving in some areas and not others.
And finally enjoyment, that can DEFINITELY vary between areas of your life, particularly home and work – and from one day to another.
So overall I can see how you would vary. e.g. from the greyhound to the koala, they are quite different but maybe some days you put your head down and work, ignoring the life you’d love to have, while others you think “there must be more to life than this!”
Still it’s a sign that something needs to change!
And I’d start with goals. Efficiency is always worth being better at, of course, but I find that goals are the big variant in people – some people have none, many people’s goals are small and vague, and very few people have big clearly defined goals for home and work, and those are then the driver for everything else.
I hope that helps!