• Rhinos are strong-minded, determined,forceful characters. 
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  • They feel the need to test and prove themselves. 
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  • Thrive on challenging situations but can be a bit bossy. 
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  • They do not like to be viewed as "slow" or "soft". 
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  • Popularity may not always be important to them. 
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  • Rhinos may be so focused that they may inadvertently step on toes of others
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    Rhinos are often attracted to upper-level management roles and to running their own business.

     

    Rhinos are strong creatures, very self-reliant; they prefer to find their own solutions to problems without the constraining influence of others.  Direct and forceful in their approach, some might think that these characters are a little self-centred and belligerent, particularly if they are forced to participate with others. 

     

    Individuals of this type are continually seeking new challenges and new horizons – opportunities to grow are important to them.  They have high expectations of themselves and of others and can appear a little critical, when their standards are not met.  In their determination to achieve results, Rhinos can sometimes come across as a little unsympathetic and uncaring.  A creature with this profile may appear to be something of a loner and probably needs to appreciate the importance of collaboration with others.   Rhinos do not like to beat around the bush - they do not appreciate smooth talking or ‘flannel’.

     

    Rhinos should be approached with caution; their authority should not be challenged – they like to retain control and as mentioned previously, do not like to become bogged down with too much sympathy and sentimentality.  These characters can appear to be self-confident, which may sometimes be misinterpreted as aloofness.  They undertake their responsibilities with an air of determination and can be a little impatient and intolerant when things get in their way.  Characters of this type would rather delegate time-consuming factors such as detailed, routine work.

     

    Rhinos sometimes alienate colleagues with their direct approach.  Their no-nonsense attitude can appear to be a little abrasive and lacking in tact, this may also have an impact on relationships and on the motivation of others.  These creatures need to recognise that insisting things are done their way does not necessarily encourage others to make decisions.  They also need to be careful that they do not over-play competitive situations, or over-step the mark on occasions.  The need for a Rhino to test and prove what they can achieve can be a powerful motivator, but characters such as these should ensure they look after their own health and wellbeing.