Frank Semyon

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The Green in this spiritual portrait represents Semyon's dominant trait, his rationality. In Extraverts, the dominant trait is directed outwardly, and spiritual portraits use a long vertical line to represent this, because it is the side of their personality that is most evident. He demonstrates this trait by his ability to mete out brutal punishments on employees who get on his wrong side.

The Blue in this spiritual portrait represents Semyon's auxiliary trait, his idealism. In Extraverts, the auxiliary trait is directed inwardly, and spiritual portraits use a horizontal line to represent this. He demonstrates this trait by his being open to receiving advice from his wife, which is uncommon in his line of work.

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Frank Semyon has an ambiguous morality that fits in well with Ray's. He's worked his way up the ladder, Horatio Alger-style, and is ....

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Frank Semyon has an ambiguous morality that fits in well with Ray's. He's worked his way up the ladder, Horatio Alger-style, and is ready for the next step. The question is, can he do it?

His arc his similar to Paul's, in that once it was complete I wanted to re-watch it again from the start. That's where the similarity ends though, and it's a rather superficial similarity, but notable nonetheless.