Which chess piece are you?
Pawn: Anyone who can be manipulated at anyones will. They are the most disposable and the first on the front lines of the down and dirty reality of jobs. The peons in the world who start out there and then move up or they never stop being a Pawn. Some are unmotivated and painfully aware of how little control they have, though they don’t realize they give up their control. Some are enjoying the nature of the pawn and stay there because it allows them to focus on the now and enjoy life.
Knights: They feel really good about their life. They are loyal and intrigued by new events. They are social and like to be in the “know” of what their interest are. They specialize in the craft of their choice. The only things that hold them back is the circle they often find themselves in (or square). They are roller coasters when it comes to motivation. They want to do well for themselves but they often fail to perform as often as they succeed. Some days they are content with who they are and other days they have doubts.
Bishops: They don’t like rules and they go for the distance. They push others buttons easily as they express their opinion with little thought about how it may affect someone. They tend to be very outgoing and know exactly what they want to do and how they want to do it but often they request it to be at their terms which doesn’t always work out. They hold grudges and concentrate more on the negatives than positives. They are a lot of fun to be around and enjoy the lime light. They are more loyal to themselves but if you are on their side they will move mountains for you.
Rooks: They have their heads in the clouds and shield themselves from people. These introverts prefer seclusion and have little trust in anyone though they often give the benefit of the doubt due to their own guilt of not trusting. They are often long-term goal-oriented and are often blindsided to others thoughts and interest when reaching their goals. They are often self-less which tends to bring trouble to their life as they find saying No is harder than it sounds. They take conversations analytically and often base their opinions on facts and research. They are not interested in making friends but instead achieving milestones in what they consider to be a well-balanced life.
Queen: They like to be in control inadvertently. Often they make choices by requesting on someone else’s behalf. They are great at making first impressions but often alienate long-term relationships. They are their own island. They are experts in their fields of interest and know all the courses of action and how to lead a team. They are enjoyable to be around but often don’t spend too much time with one person. Not many people get to know the Queen but they are usually fans and feel like they know them without actually knowing anything about them.
King: They are the boss. Or at least they think they are. Often they make decisions based off immediate circumstances and are very dependent on others. They don’t tend to wear the pants but they like to express their opinion and be heard.