What Kind Of Thinker Are You?

 

 

Hey there guys. How was your day? I hope you all are doing well. Today we will be discussing an important topic What kind of thinker are you? The greatest of scientists who have walked past the Earth, all have one thing in common is that they were great thinkers. They have been one of the greatest thinkers known to mankind. The problem with common people is that they think very little and keep on doing things again and again. They don’t want to see new perspectives in things and enjoy seeing them. They are very much engrossed in their day to day life and thus they have very little time to think. Thinking is one of the key factors which is required if you want to radically change the way of life. There have been many great people apart from scientists who had shown us new ways to look at life. These thinkers are not interested in small talk and they are always in search of new things. Their favorite place to be in is in their heads. They are constantly in their heads and often lose the touch of reality from their lives. It is the reason behind why we see so many intellectuals coming to absolutely nonsense conclusions. Nonetheless, they are great and the world needs them at least once in a hundred years to show direction. We all are a flock of sheep in front of them. They often show us the way we should head towards. But they have a problem. Social skills is one thing that many of such individuals lack and they often have no friends or family members close to them. Their thinking capability always interferes when they are trying to interact with people. They see so many possibilities in a situation that they are lost in thinking it.I hope you liked my short article. If you know someone who is such a thinker or you are one yourself then feel free to share it down in the comments section below. Play the quiz as well and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family.

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  • Question of

    How many ways do you believe there are to solve a problem?

    • A multitude of ways
    • It depends on the problem
    • There is only one real way
    • Many depending on how you want to solve it
  • Question of

    Do you catch yourself thinking quite often?

    • I’m always lost in thought
    • Not usually
    • It depends on how I feel that day
  • Question of

    What do you notice first about this picture?

    • The person
    • The colors
    • The contrast between color and black and white
    • The structure of the building
  • Question of

    Do you notice even the smallest details?

    • Of course
    • No I do not
  • Question of

    Do you believe people can possess more than one style of thinking?

    • Yes but one works best
    • I’m not sure
    • I think so
    • I don’t think so
  • Question of

    When you talk to people, how do you usually feel at first?

    • Curious
    • Judgemental
    • Engaged
    • Distracted
    • Inspired
  • Question of

    How do you learn best?

    • By hearing it
    • By seeing it
    • By doing it
    • By reading about it
  • Question of

    Do you think more in a creative or logical aspect?

    • Creatively
    • Logically
    • A bit of both
  • Question of

    Do you make your decisions mostly based on feelings of facts?

    • On my feelings
    • On facts
    • I use both
  • Question of

    How do you usually solve a problem?

    • By thinking about it for a long time
    • Writing it all down
    • By sleeping it off
    • Talking it out with people
    • Other
  • Question of

    I believe the ideas and notions of others until I can find evidence to prove them wrong.

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    When making a decision, I always follow my heart, regardless of what the statistics say about my choices.

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    When watching a movie, I find myself laughing aloud or wiping tears as the plot tugs on my strings.

    • True
    • False
  • Question of

    When in a relationship, and my partner is displaying possible cheating behaviors, I . . .

    • Break down emotionally, have a huge fight, and forgive them quickly
    • Ignore the possibility and turn the other way
    • Observe them secretly, place the facts on the table, and put them on a mini trial
    • Trust my instincts and rely on my gut (liquid intelligence) to take the appropriate action
  • Question of

    When I hear, read about, or watch movies about ancient mythologies (e.g., Norse, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, etc.), I appreciate the artistic and cultural value, rather than get caught up in its illogical explanation of things.

    • True
    • False

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