Reptiles are the most readily identifiable of the animal personalities. With their distinctively shy approach to life they display little of the self-confidence found in their mammalian cousins and tend to lack complex family structures found in the warm-blooded personalites.
When it comes to their careers, reptile personalities are unfussy and have no false modesty in accepting menial jobs as long as it gives them time to develop their other passions: writing and art.
Self-esteem issues are common in reptile personalities. Having been treated as outsiders for most of their lives they respond well to people who accept them for who they are and become loyal and dependable friends in return.