A mind that wanders more discovers more
Paragons have an admirable ability to adapt to changing workplaces, roles, and expectations. They will never waste their time with employers who don’t hear out or value their opinion: a Paragon is an explorer, an experimenter, a change-lover who uses their creativity and artistry to constantly come up with innovative solutions and ideas for new projects. A traditional, old-fashioned work environment is an ill fit for them: Paragons thrive in modern companies where they’re encouraged to use their creative minds and nurtured in their quest to find new approaches and techniques.
Alice from Wonderland who screamed 'Curiouser and curiouser!' was definitely a Paragon: they are the inquisitive ones who shine in brainstorming, coming up with new ideas, and introducing changes. Don’t worry – they’re not only interested in daydreaming: not only do Paragons follow through with their ideas and make sure the projects run properly, but they also keep pushing others around them to realize their full potential. They are also great with taking criticism – as long as it’s constructive and rational, a Paragon can learn something new from it, too!
Independence, novelty, and changes do sound exciting – however, having an exceptional knack for them might not always be welcomed in your traditional workplace. Routines and hierarchies can bore a Paragon to death – in a place like that, they might not even have the patience to complete their own projects.