Truely: Peter is motivated to assertively or aggressively gain personal recognition, status, prestige, and worth in the process of social, organizational, and/or vocational interaction with others. Peter looks for opportunity, challenge, and risk if and when odds are strongly favorable. But Peter does not prefer challenge or risk if they might result in loss of status, role, or ownership. In many vocational activities, recognition is a primary motivator and, therefore, an important asset. Peter probably understands what Mark Twain meant when he said, “I can write for two weeks on one compliment.” – courtesy of Mel!