The #15 FCIL persona can vary based on gender, upbringing, and certain neurological differences, from the rather stone-faced Margaret Thatcher, Queen Elisabeth, and even former Jeopardy host Alex Trebek, to the more unrefined Rush Limbaugh or George W. Bush.  But while these outward behaviors may indeed differentiate, the inborn, no-nonsense, CEO design is still quite clear, best seen perhaps in entertainment’s Martha Stewart or Jim Caveziel, or politics’ Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi.  Remember that, although #15s are only one letter different from #13 FCIRs, this makes them dominant Inanimates (thinkers) of the structured Left brain, while #13s are dominant Conceptuals in the highly adaptive Right brain.  As such, they stand world’s apart in their approach to life.  This was recently on display when England’s Prince William, a #15, took aim at a certain #13 billionaire trio.

Of course, we all know of Virgin’s Richard Branson, Tesla’s Elon Musk, and Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, all of whom share the same #13 design (with apparent differences, most notably seen in Musk, who has Asperger’s).  The space race between these rich Right brainers has been going on for several years now, with Bezos recently sending William Shatner (#13 FCIR) into space, making him the oldest person to ever do so.  But, in Prince William’s opinion? 

“We need some of the world’s greatest brains and minds fixed on trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live.”

In William Shatner’s opinion?

“It’s their money.  They can do what they want with it.”

Pretty different opinions coming from a Left brain William vs. a Right brain William!  Of course, we need not clarify that every Left brainer or Right brainer is going to feel the way these men do, but we had to at least point out the irony of the situation.  As BTI has said often times before, the Right brain makes the world go ’round, while the Left brain keeps it on its axis!

The Prince went on to say, “It’s crucial to be focusing on this [planet] rather than giving up and heading out into space to try and think of solutions for the future.”  

Ah, well, sometimes you just have to let boys be boys.

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