Most of us have become left-brain people. but by practising these simple techniques you can use both sides of the brain for that mental edge
Which side are you on? Tick one option each for all 14 questions 1. Do you often have hunches? A. Yes B. No 2. Most of your outings are A. On impulse B. Planned well in advance 3. You are always A. Punctual B. Unable to keep track of the time 4. When taking a test you prefer A. Objective type questions (multiple choice, true/ false, etc) B. Subjective formats (long answers, discussions, etc) 5. Do you have a place for everything and everything in its place? A. Yes B. No 6. In relative terms you find the following subject simpler A. Algebra B. Geometry 7. Is it easier for you to remember people’s names or faces? A. Faces B. Names 8. When speaking you use A. Few gestures B. Many gestures 9. When asked for directions to a place you prefer A. To draw a map B. Explain verbally 10. In maths A. You can arrive at the right answer but cannot explain the steps B. Can explain step by step how to arrive at an answer 11. While studying you A. Prefer to sit quietly in a well-lit place B. Move around constantly or pace up and down 12. When engaged in an argument you pay more attention to the opponent’s A. Tone of voice B. What is being said 13. When faced with a tough decision to help you decide, you A. Go for a brisk walk to clear your head B. Write down the pros and cons 14. Before taking a stand on an issue you A. Marshall all the evidence B. Follow your instincts Scorecard Give yourself an L for all the following: 1B, 2B, 3A, 4A, 5A, 6A, 7B, 8A, 9B, 10 B, 11 A, 12 B, 13 B, 14 A Give yourself an R for all the following: 1A, 2A, 3B, 4B, 5 B, 6B,7A, 8B, 9A, 10 A, 11 B, 12 A, 13 A, 14 B More Ls denote a left-brain dominance while a preponderance of Rs show a right brained-ness. A balanced mix points to whole brain usage.
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