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Left Brain

The Left Brain

According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking. Additionally, people are said to prefer one type of thinking over the other. The left side of the brain is considered to be adept at tasks that involve logic, language, and analytical thinking. The left-brain is described as being better at:



Critical thinking



Right Brain

The Right Brain

According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking. Additionally, people are said to prefer one type of thinking over the other.

According to the left-brain, right-brain dominance theory, the right side of the brain is best at expressive and creative tasks. Some of the abilities popularly associated with the right side of the brain include:

Recognizing Faces

Expressing emotions


Reading emotions





No clear preference of Brain Hemisphere Dominance

According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking. Additionally, people are said to prefer one type of thinking over the other. For example, a person who is “left-brained” is often said to be more logical, analytical, and objective. A person who is “right-brained” is said to be more intuitive, thoughtful, and subjective. In psychology, the theory is based on the lateralization of brain function. The brain contains two hemispheres that each performs a number of roles. The two sides of the brain communicate with one another via the corpus callosum. The left hemisphere controls the muscles on the right side of the body while the right hemisphere controls those on the left. This is why damage to the left side of the brain, for example, might have an effect on the right side of the body.

With no clear dominance you are well balanced between the elements:

Recognizing Faces                                                Expressing emotions

Music                                                                      Reading emotions

Colour                                                                     Imagination

Intuition                                                                 Creativity

Language                                                               Logic

Critical thinking                                                   Number

Intarpersonal Thinking

The neurons in the front of the brain – the frontal cortex that is the location of the Intrapersonal pillar – deal
with decision- making, planning, deep-analyzing, shifting between thoughts, realizing goals and developing
strategies. When we are introspective, we are using this type of thought.Intrapersonal thinking is at the heart of you standing outside of yourself and looking in to analyze your own thinking. This is where the seat of free will comes into play as, while we analyze incoming and existing information, we are going to make decisions about what to think, say and do.

Interpersonal Thinking

The Interpersonal pillar, which is involved in social interaction, communications, turn-taking and tuning into the needs of others. Social interaction, listening, sharing, building relationships, giving and receiving love – these are all primary functions of this pillar. Interpersonal thinking gives us the ability to understand and work well with people.

Linguistic Thinking

Linguistic thinking is universal by nature and is present in all of us in varying degrees, as we all use it as a major means of communication. The Linguistic pillar deals with how effectively you are able to use language to express
yourself. It also deals with your sensitivity to the meanings of words, sounds, rhythms and different uses of language.

Mathematical Logic Thinking

This thinking deals with scientific reasoning, logic and analysis. This type of thinking involves your capacity to understand the underlying principles of a connecting system, recognize logical and numerical patterns, handle long chains of reasoning in a precise manner and manipulate numbers, quantities and operations. This pillar also includes the ability to mental y calculate and process logical problems and equations, much like the types of problems most often found on multiple choice or standardized tests.

Kinesthetic Thinking

Kinesthetic thinking is the intelligence of movement, somatic sensation and moving around. Your Kinesthetic pillar helps you play soccer, run around, sit in a chair without falling off of it or navigate your way down an aisle. This pillar includes integrating your sensations from inside your body as well. These kinds of thinkers need to touch, feel and move things around. To understand and retain information,they have to maneuver or experience what they learn.

Sound Thinking

Sound thinking might seem like it’s the ability to sing or play a musical instrument – that’s obvious – but surprisingly, it’s also the ability to read patterns, identify rhythm, deal with instincts and, most importantly, read between the lines.

It’s the ability to read people, through their tone of voice and body language, rather than just listening to their words.

Visual Spatial Thinking

The ability to see color, light, shape and depth. You are able to close your eyes and imagine, seeing things that are not actually in front of your eyes. Blind people have a very, very well developed Visual Spatial thinking, because they rely on what they see in their mind’s eye.

Exhorter Prompt

Encourages personal progress and keeps us applying truths. Loves to encourage others. Prefers information of practical use. Trials are opportunities for growth. Always completes what is started. Needs to bounce ideas off others.

Server Prompt

Renders practical service and keeps the work moving forward. Recognises practical needs and acts. Enjoys showing hospitality. Shows love by actions rather than words. Needs to feel appreciated. Cannot stand to be around clutter.

Administrator Prompt

Meets functional needs. Gives leadership and direction, keeps us organized and increases our vision. Highly motivated to organise. Enjoys long-term goals and projects. Constantly writes notes to self.

Giver Prompt

Shares material assistance and keeps specific needs provided for. Gives freely money, things, time, and love. Loves to give without others knowing. Wants gifts to be of high quality. Handles finance with wisdom/frugality. Industrious with tendency to success.

Mercy Prompt

Provides personal support, and keeps us in right attitudes and relationships. Has tremendous capacity to show love. Always looks for good in people. Senses spiritual/emotional atmosphere. Attracted to hurt/distressed people.

Teacher Prompt

Presents truth in logical way. Validates truth by checking facts. Loves to study and do research. Is more objective than subjective. Is intellectually sharp. Is emotionally self-controlled.

Seer Prompt

Identifies good and evil quickly. Sees everything as black or white. Easily perceives character. Believes trials help build character. Frank, outspoken, doesn’t mince words. Very persuasive in manner of speaking.


Hearty, frank, able in studies, leaders in activities. Usually good in anything that requires reasoning and intelligent talk, such as public speaking. Are usually well-informed and enjoy adding to their fund of knowledge. May sometimes be more positive and confident than their experience in an area warrants.


Responsive and responsible. Generally feel real concern for what others think or want, and try to handle things with due regard for other people’s feelings. Can present a proposal or lead a group discussion with ease and tact. Sociable, popular, active in school affairs, but put time enough on their studies to do good work.


Quick, ingenious, good at many things. Stimulating company, alert and outspoken. May argue for fun on either side of a question. Resourceful in solving new and challenging problems, but may neglect routine assignments. Apt to turn to one new interest after another. Skillful in finding logical reasons for what they want.


Warmly enthusiastic, high-spirited, ingenious, imaginative. Able to do almost anything that interests them. Quick with a solution for any difficulty and ready to help anyone with a problem. Often rely on their ability to improvise instead of preparing in advance. Can usually find compelling reasons for whatever they want.


Warm-hearted, talkative, popular, conscientious, born cooperators, active committee members. Need harmony and may be good at creating it. Always doing something nice for someone. Work best with encouragement and praise. Little interest in abstract thinking or technical subjects. Main interest is in things that directly and visibly affect people’s lives.


Practical, realistic, matter-of-fact, with a natural head for business or mechanics. Not interested in subjects they see no use for, but can apply themselves when necessary. Like to organize and run activities. May make good administrators, especially if they remember to consider others’ feelings and points of view.


Outgoing, easygoing, accepting, friendly, enjoy everything and make things more fun for others by their enjoyment. Like sports and making things. Know what’s going on and join in eagerly. Find remembering facts easier than mastering theories. Are best in situations that need sound common sense and practical ability with people as well as with things.


Matter-of-fact, do not worry or hurry, enjoy whatever comes along. Tend to like mechanical things and sports, with friends on the side. May be a bit blunt or insensitive. Can do math or science when they see the need. Dislike long explanations. Are best with real things that can be worked, handled, taken apart or put together.


Quiet, reserved, brilliant in exams, especially in theoretical or scientific subjects. Logical to the point of hair-splitting. Usually interested mainly in ideas, with little liking for parties or small talk. Tend to have sharply defined interests. Need to choose careers where some strong interest can be used and useful.


Full of enthusiasms and loyalties, but seldom talk of these until they know you well. Care about learning, ideas, language, and independent projects of their own. Tend to undertake too much, then somehow get it done. Friendly, but often too absorbed in what they are doing to be sociable. Little concerned with possessions or physical surroundings.


Usually have original minds and great drive for their own ideas and purposes. In fields that appeal to them, they have a fine power to organize a job and carry it through with or without help. Skeptical, critical, independent, determined, often stubborn. Must learn to yield less important points in order to win the most important.


Succeed by perseverance, originality and desire to do whatever is needed or wanted. Put their best efforts into their work. Quietly forceful, conscientious, concerned for others. Respected for their firm principles. Likely to be honored and followed for their clear convictions as to how best to serve the common good.


Retiring, quietly friendly, sensitive, kind, modest about their abilities. Shun disagreements, do not force their opinions or values on others. Usually do not care to lead but are often loyal followers. Often relaxed about getting things done, because they enjoy the present moment and do not want to spoil it by undue haste or exertion.


Cool onlookers – quiet, reserved, observing and analyzing life with detached curiosity and unexpected flashes of original humor. Usually interested in impersonal principles, cause and effect, how and why mechanical things work. Exert themselves no more than they think necessary, because any waste of energy would be inefficient.


Quiet, friendly, responsible and conscientious. Work devotedly to meet their obligations and serve their friends and school. Thorough, painstaking, accurate. May need time to master technical subjects, as their interests are usually not technical. Patient with detail and routine. Loyal, considerate, concerned with how other people feel.


Serious, quiet, earn success by concentration and thoroughness. Practical, orderly, matter-of-fact, logical, realistic and dependable. See to it that everything is well organized. Take responsibility. Make up their own minds as to what should be accomplished and work toward it steadily, regardless of protests or distractions.

Social Skills

Social skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language and our personal appearance.

Following are examples of Social Skills:

  • good manners.
  • active listening (Have a look at the topic Conflict resolution to find out what ‘active listening’ means.)
  • gestures and eye contact.
  • listening with understanding and empathy (putting yourself in the place of the other person)
  • thinking before you speak.
  • speaking clearly and not shouting.

If you scored:

35-50 This area is a strength for you.
18-34 Giving attention to where you feel you are weakest will pay dividends.
10-17 Make this area a development priority.
Motivating oneself

Being self motivated not only helps you aiming at your goals and objectives but also leads you to attain them successfully. People who are self-motivated, for example, tend to be more organised, have good time management skills and more self-esteem and confidence.

The higher you self motivation the easier it is to find a reason and strength to complete a task, even when challenging, without giving up or needing another to encourage them.

If you scored:

35-50 This area is a strength for you.
18-34 Giving attention to where you feel you are weakest will pay dividends.
10-17 Make this area a development priority.
Self awareness

Self awareness is the capacity for introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals. It is not to be confused with consciousness in the sense of qualia.

Self Awareness is having a clear perception of your personality, including strengths, weaknesses, thoughts, beliefs, motivation, and emotions. Self Awareness allows you to understand other people, how they perceive you, your attitude and your responses to them in the moment.
If you scored:
35-50 This area is a strength for you.
18-34 Giving attention to where you feel you are weakest will pay dividends.
10-17 Make this area a development priority.

Empathy is the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference, i.e., the capacity to place oneself in another’s position. There are many definitions for empathy that encompass a broad range of emotional states.

If you scored:

35-50 This area is a strength for you.
18-34 Giving attention to where you feel you are weakest will pay dividends.
10-17 Make this area a development priority.
Managing emotions

The ability to realize, readily accept, as well as successfully control feelings in oneself (and sometimes others) is known as the emotion management skill. … This is important because the change in your thoughts and feelings is what helps change your emotions, preventing from reactive outbursts.

If you scored:

35-50 This area is a strength for you.
18-34 Giving attention to where you feel you are weakest will pay dividends.
10-17 Make this area a development priority.


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