Nick Franco and Nancy Feinstein are much different from Sally and Sam. Nick and Nancy like to approach each day like it’s the first day of the rest of their lives. They are really enthusiastic about life, love to connect with people in meaningful ways, and are incredibly tuned in to their own feelings as well as the feelings of others. Generally speaking, Nancy and Nick take each day as it comes, not caring to follow a routine but instead going with the flow. They seem to like using their imaginations and coming up with creative and unique ways to do things. At school, both of them really like classes where there are lots of opportunities to interact with others, and they like teachers who tell stories/jokes and do different things each day, never knowing what to expect. Whereas Nick and Nancy don’t care much for details, they do like work that allows them to be creative and to work closely with others. Each of them likes teachers who like them. They like teachers who seem to care about them on a personal level. And they tend to like having opportunities to express their feelings about work as well as their personal lives. Detailed facts and the same daily routines bore them. As a rule, they take each day as it comes, and they actually enjoy surprises and being spontaneous (unlike Sally and Sam). And they would rather work on two or three things at once in order to break up the routine of boring work. Nick and Nancy are sensitive individuals who try to be aware of other people’s feelings, like to express their feelings, are very flexible, and love to organize events because it means connecting with other people.