What Type Of Thinker Are You?

How does your brain process thoughts and ideas?

Question 1/10
What do you usually do when you meet someone new?
I ask them tons of questions
I memorize their face
Get lost in thought about how they look

Question 2/10
What do you remember most about your first memory?
The people in the memory
What I was thinking about at the time
My surroundings
The emotions I had during that memory

Question 3/10
What time do you do your best thinking?
When I'm with my sketchbook
When I can daydream
When I can take a walk
When I can read
When you're really tired

Question 4/10
What does your workspace usually look like?
Messy but I know where everything is
Organized and simple
Full of little personal touches
Everything has it's place

Question 5/10
What game are you best at?
Heads Up

Question 6/10
What do you think is the hardest part about explaining your ideas?
Trying to put the images into words
Trying to simplify your thoughts
Not having anywhere you can draw your ideas
Getting frustrated that it's not complete
I'm not sure

Question 7/10
How do you usually solve a puzzle?
By building the border
Looking at the box art
By getting an idea of how it looks in my head
I just start wherever I feel like it
I do it in sections

Question 8/10
When are details important to remember?
They're always important
You won't forget if they are important enough
Only when it is actually important
They're never really important
I'm not sure

Question 9/10
Do you believe there is only one right way to solve a problem?
Not at all
I'm unsure
Of course

Question 10/10
How do you usually feel when communicating with others?
You look at the world from an artistic perspective and draw inspiration from that. You tend to think outside the box and use that to your advantage when confronting problems. You have a motivation that's driven by being original and different and you want the world to see you for who you truly are.

Creative Thinker
You're a bit of a philosophical thinker and you see the bits of grey in life instead of just black and white. You know how to look at situations from different angles and figure out what solution the problem may need. You may find yourself emotionally aware and influenced by your beliefs and the world around you.

Abstract Thinker
You're a sharp thinker who tends to keep their wits about them. You have a curiosity that can't be satisfied and you're always looking for answers to unsolved problems. You like to be alone as that is when you think best. You're probably vastly interested in theoretical discussions and the fundamentals of human nature.

Analytical Thinker
You tend to pick up facts and solutions by watching the world around you. You're more hands on when it comes to thinking and you learn best by interacting with environment around you. You're very self-aware of your habits and mannerisms and how they may affect your life.

Observational Thinker
Because of the way you think, you have a rather photogenic memory that absorbs all the information that you learn. You tend to soak in new information by visually processing it. You think with pictures in order to go over events and new situations. You're great at remembering things such as faces and landmarks.

Visual Thinker