Bazi Interpretation | The Analysis-Oriented Profiles – Why We Do Things The Way We Do

Bazi Interpretation | The Analysis-Oriented Profiles

It is better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret.

This quote probably sums up how many of us feel today with the rapid technological changes in our environment.  These feelings of uncertainty albeit filled with a sense of excitement heightened even further after we attended a recent DIGITEC conference where lots were put forth on how the recent rapid technological advancements and disruptions will affect the way we work, live and interact with others.

What is trending now in the digital world? Why did these developments happen?  How do these trends impact us?  These are usually the questions that the Analysis oriented profiles would like answered in an area of their interest.

The ability to take a step back, analyse and understand the environment, changes and how it impacts us are the strengths of the analysis oriented profiles.  If you belong to this orientation, you are usually calm and will take your time to ensure that you have the required information before taking the decision or action.  However, it is equally important that you do not let the analysis and information gathering process become a paralyzing experience as well.

 Observation more than books and experience more than persons, are the prime educators. Amos Bronson Alcott

Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted.
Albert Einstein

While information is important, the right and relevant type of information is essential. It’s becoming easier to feel overwhelmed by the increasing amounts of data thrown at us each day. Understanding what’s important to us, prioritizing and taking the necessary first step is crucial.

Shown below are the characteristics of the 2 types of Analysis-oriented profiles.

More information are available in Being Happy and Successful – Managing Yourself and Others:


Watch this short clip on The Analysis-Oriented Profiles (Bazi – The Asian Personality Profiling System (Part 4D)) to find out more.


Would you like to find out your unique personality style? If yes, please click on this to link:  for your career profile report. 

Thank you for taking time to read this post. Tune in next time to find out about the Process-oriented profiles.

Janet Yung ( Feng Shui and Bazi Consultant. Author. Harmony Adviser.


P.S. More on how this traditional time-tested Asian Personality Profiling system of Bazi has evolved to meet today’s career and business needs:

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