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Thinking Craft - Communications Style Report
You are a deep, thought-filled person who is constantly participating in a dialogue with others to test your creative and rational processes. You're always asking yourself and/or others these three questions: "Why is something happening?" "How does it work?' "With whom can I communicate to help me understand what's happening or who is the best person to work with to complete a specific task?" Whatever you are thinking about has to have some analytic, precise, and systematic criteria with a historical and factual basis. If it does not meet most of these, you first become skeptical and then very intuitively creative in exploring other ways to reconstruct the problem into a different paradigm which may lead to a distinct solution. You are an excellent listener, communicator, and reader who can memorize things easily by logically categorizing them or by creating unusual multi-sensory associations. Also, you have the ability to see the forest and the individual trees concurrently. Most people are capable of seeing either the forest or the trees. This gives you an innate skill to zero in on details while developing your own rational and intuitive conclusions in the context of a whole. These abilities also give you the opportunity to become a fine developer of missions, strategies, and applied tactics. You check your conclusions over in many different ways. But one of your favorite ways is to have a dialogue with another person or a group of people about the topic. People are attracted to you and are always sharing their thoughts and feelings with you. That's because you are a trustworthy person who cares about what's happening, and you are knowledgeable and creative in dealing with presenting problems. They'll join you in any endeavor. This can make you a very clear, precise, and positive leader. Traditional learning (lectures and reading) comes easily for you, particularly if it is factual, logical, historical and, sometimes, personal in its approach. The more personal instructors are in their delivery, the easier it is for you to make creative associations and conclusions. Enthusiasm within a classroom or in a video can motivate you to learn over extended periods of time. Take this free personality test by Clicking Here>> or going to www.chatterbean.com/thinkingcraft/
 
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