The single weirdest thing it said was that I am... get this: ambitious. Ambitious! I find this shocking, because I've always considered myself a bit of an underachiever. So this just doesn't make a lot of sense.
Now, the program was using the term as the opposite of content. Soooo that leaves us at an impasse. Biblically, ambition is not the opposite of contentment. Discontent and grumbling is the opposite of contentment. Ambition, or zeal, can be a good thing. In fact, when one is zealous to honor God is an excellent thing.
If I am ambitious, I hope it is in seeking to honor the Lord in the life He has given me. Sometimes this means tackling enormous projects, but sometimes it means letting go of what 'I' want to do to help, and being willing to stand back and wait. This seems to be the main lesson God is teaching me right now.
John Milton, On His Blindness