PCM, Theory of PCM

The PCM Personality Structure and the Six Types of Personality – Rebel (6/7)

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If your Base Personality is Rebel, the following will be some of the defining elements of your personality and behaviour:

You value fun and view the world by reacting to people and situations with likes / dislikes. You prize spontaneity and creativity.


REACTIONS (LIKES AND DISLIKES) are your main perception, and this is why you’ll be heard saying a lot words like: “Wow” “I like” “I don’t like” “I hate” “I don’t want” and you’ll use/create fun expressions and slang phrases

If your base personality type is Rebel, then you are probably appreciated for:

  • Your creativity: you may find solutions when others see only problems.
  • Your ability to turn a boring task into a game.
  • Your spontaneity, source of positive energy and enthusiasm for others.


  • To gain your attention and your interest, the person talking to you should use an up-bit and energetic style of communication, speaking of likes and dislikes.
  • To feel good and be efficient, you require being stimulated through playful contact, with regular changes of situations and relationships.
  • Your first reaction is often to like or dislike.
  • Under light distress, in an interaction with others, you may start to misunderstand and say thinks like “I don’t know”. Things seem boring and complicated to you. If distress increases, you could project responsibility onto the other and be insincere e.g. “If it weren’t for you”.
  • It helps you to regain contact with the others through, “play”, joking or laughing in this way you can regain your natural efficiency.

Click here to check out the other Types of Personality:

Thinker   Persister   Harmoniser    Imaginer   Promoter

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