If you want a good idea of the nature of a Jia Wood individual, think of a tall, sturdy, slow-growing tree – possibly an oak tree, teakwood tree, California redwood or something with similar characteristics of resilience and sturdiness. They are forthright and call it as they see it regardless of what company they are in.
They are grand thinkers who produce solutions to stand the test of time. They are not one to agree with other people for the sake of pleasing them. Usually, this can be seen as a positive trait, a Pillar of integrity, and an emphasis on principles rather than popularity. Jia Wood individuals care about others and have a kind side that is revealed over time as trust is earned.
They tend to be quiet and enigmatic unless in a familiar company. No time for pretenses, Jia Wood individuals call it like they see it even if this can cause offence or if others disagree. They are stubborn to the end and will go down with a sinking ship. They lack objectivity on things. They also lack the ability to question their choices or look at things from someone else’s point of view. When they ask for someone else’s opinion they just want to hear their own opinion in a different voice.