Kingfishers and owls are thinking birds, a particular type that is quite distinct from the other six types. Kingfishers spend a lot of time in their own world, and can often seem or feel quite distant. They’re the type of people who can sit surrounded by bedlam without seeming to notice because they’re focusing on a conversation they’re having in their head. The tend to avoid anything emotional and can be quite hard to get close to.
Things have to make sense to them or they won’t listen, and they have a very strong sense of the right way to do things – which is their way. Rules are very important to them, and they require hard evidence to make a any decision. They’re good at detail and organisation.
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