My name is Matthew. I am a creative. I have a passion for helping others live on mission to their community. Without love we are noise, but with it we are a symphony. I believe that gospel brings resurrection power wherever it goes. We are always listening for the Lords call on our lives, and we desperately want to see His Kingdom come fully.
This site can be used as a quick reference to my personality, skills, and abilities. I hope this gives you an idea of what it may be like to work with me.
A Short Teaching
ENFP – The Inspirer
Enthusiastic, idealistic, and creative. An ENFP is able to do almost anything that interests them. Great people skills. Need to live life in accordance with their inner values. Excited by new ideas, but bored with details. Open-minded and flexible, with a broad range of interests and abilities.
Merchant/Innovator – From Taylor Protocols
Innovator/Merchants are problem solvers first, needing constant puzzles to solve but working well with others. They see the big picture and lead from creativity. The power of an Innovator/Merchant is derived from an inexhaustible well of creativity. This creates a deep sense of optimism. If the Merchant’s dream or vision is not being realized, the Innovator can kick in and come up with appropriate solutions. When the Innovator’s solutions do not align perfectly with the Merchant’s vision, a new vision is deftly formed which can encompass the solutions and systems that the Innovator has conceived and still accomplish all of the basic values foreseen and desired by the Innovator/Merchant.
This constant creativity makes the Innovator/Merchant an invaluable resource in companies where technologies are changing rapidly or competition puts new demands on the marketing and sales systems of the company. Innovator/Merchants are often chosen as sales representatives. They can sell anything because they build relationships, understand their products, and know how to make them fit into a broad range of customer needs.
Key Strengths – from StrengthsFinder
Arranger- People strong in the Arranger theme can organize, but they also have a flexibility that complements this ability. They like to figure out how all of the pieces and resources can be arranged for maximum productivity.
Maximizer- People strong in the Maximizer theme focus on strengths as a way to stimulate personal and group excellence. They seek to transform something strong into something superb.
Belief- People strong in the Belief theme have certain core values that are unchanging. Out of these values emerges a defined purpose for their life.
Futuristic – People strong in the Futuristic theme are inspired by the future and what could be. They inspire others with their visions of the future.
Strategic- People strong in the Strategic theme create alternative ways to proceed. Faced with any given scenario, they can quickly spot the relevant patterns and issues.
Woo – People strong in the Woo theme love the challenge of meeting new people and winning them over. They derive satisfaction from breaking the ice and making a connection with another person.
Self-Assurance- People strong in the Self-assurance theme feel confident in their ability to manage their own lives. They possess an inner compass that gives them confidence that their decisions are right.
Enneagram -Seven – The Enthusiast
“Sevens are frequently endowed with quick, agile minds, and can be exceptionally fast learners. This is true both of their ability to absorb information (language, facts, and procedures) and their ability to learn new manual skills—they tend to have excellent mind-body coordination, and manual dexterity (typewriting, piano playing, tennis). All of this can combine to make a Seven into the quintessential “Renaissance person.”
What others say:
“I think Matt Morrison is an incredibly talented and devoted young leader… Matt’s strength is his enthusiasm, optimism and positive, infectious joy. Matt learning how his enthusiasm may be perceived by others and how it affects others,both positively and negatively, will be useful in his development as a leader.”
-Chris Pan Executive Director FPC Honolulu