You have more of a project mindset. You like delivering a specified set of requirements and knowing that there is an end date to the work you are doing. You enjoy thinking about the needs of client, delivering exactly what they want, when they need it. You work better when there are clear expectations and deadlines and do not need to know about the domain of the customer or suggest new ways of adapting the software. Overall, you might have more success working on short-term projects, rather than working on one product for a long time.
You have a mix of a product and a project mindset. In some instances, you might like working on projects and in others, on products. You may have mixed feelings about things like end user needs, creativity, timelines and plans, risk taking, failure, client requests, and long-term investment in the software and the domain. Overall, you might have success in working on both products and projects simultaneously, for some balance, or you may need to investigate more and self-reflect more about which direction is more engaging for you.
You have more of a product mindset. You like diving into a product and domain and want to be involved for a longer period of time. You enjoy thinking about the needs of end users, like being creative, and are comfortable working in a way that is more uncertain - relying less on meeting timelines and more on delivering value, even if that means failing and spending more time. Overall, you might have more success working on long-term products, rather than moving from one project to the next.