Gary Wright II was administered the Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator examination, where he was classified as an "ENTJ - Extroverted, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging" type of personality (which typically represents only 5% of the American population).
ENTJ's are great leaders and decision makers. They easily see possibilities in all things and are happy to direct others toward making their vision become a reality. They are ingenius thinkers and great long-range planners.
Because ENTJ's are so logical and analytical, they are usually good at anything that requires reasoning and intelligence. Driven to achieve competence in all that they do, they can naturally spot the flaws that may exist in a situation and see immediately how to improve them. They strive to perfect systems rather than simply accept them as they are. ENTJs enjoy working with complex problem solving and are undaunted in their pursuit of mastery of anything they find intriguing. ENTJs value truth above all else, and are convinced only by logical reasoning.
Eager to continually add to their base of knowledge, ENTJs are systematic about planning and researching new things. They are much more interested in the future consequences of actions than the present condition of things. Natural leaders with a hearty and frank style, ENTJs tend to take charge of any situation they find themselves in. They are good organizers of people, because they have the ability to see ahead and then communicate their vision to others. They tend to live by a rather strict set of rules and expect others to do so as well. Therefore, they tend to be challenging and push others as hard as they push themselves.