Careers Class

Sean Moriarty

Who am I?

The brain is a wonderful organ; it starts working the moment you get up in the morning and does not stop until you get to the office

Although I use both the left and right side of my brain depending on the thought process necessary, I am most comfortable while using the right side of my brain which means I am more fine arts oriented compared to others. However sometimes i need a more mathematical and scientific way of thinking which is the left sides job.

My Personality Type

By Sean Moriarty

Be Yourself; Everyone Else is Taken

Gold personality types are very responsible, organized and traditional. They prefer to have the freedom to write things out than any other form of communication. Gold personalities focus on details rather than the big picture on tasks given to them. At work golds are the ones usually in charge.

Personality Types

Decision Making

Behavioral style

When making decisions I tend to follow the Behavioral style. People with that decision making style focuses on people and social aspects, Considers the well being of others, have a talent for building teams, are action oriented and motivated by acceptance of peers and avoiding conflict, and are friendly. Others sometimes percieve my decision making as wishy washy, unable to say no, overly concerned with others. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that allows for informality, with simple organization, and loose settings.

What do I want?

Navigator results

Top Three Career Choices

How do I get it?

Top Three College Choices

It Starts Now!

My High School Plans


9th Grade: get good grades, get involved, start a resume of all activities/accomplishments.

10th Grade: Keep grades up, take PSAT and/or PLAN, maintain resume.

11th Grade: Boost GPA, take ACT and/or SAT, maintain resume.

12th Grade: Get letters of recommendation, apply to schools, complete the FASFA, apply for scholarship.


Friday, May 18th 2018 at 9am

285 Stadium Dr

Fayetteville, AR

It will be the day i graduate high school and move on to college.


Not the end, only the beginning.