The way the brain works with personalities
I’m going to go into a little more depth now to give you a better understanding why our personality functions the way it does. Your personality is an extension of the way your brain functions.
The brain processes information in a number of ways. Basically there are two ways. First there is the left hemisphere which controls your logic and reasoning, and then there is the right hemisphere which controls your imagination and emotions
As well as the two ways your brain gathers and processes information, there are four way your brain deals with the data. Auditory , Intuition, Conceptual and Emotional.
In case these words need more explanation
Personalities that use this side of the brain use all five senses to ascertain what they want, however they mostly rely on what they hear first. Personalities that use this part of the brain process information as black or white basically, unless they can’t see, hear, feel, or taste it they won’t understand it. This part of the brain recognizes the need to grow in knowledge. It also is the part of the brain that’s responsible for methodical, analytical, realistic and practical.
Personalities that use this side of the brain use their “sixth” sense or their intuition for gathering information. So using their sight mostly and other senses they would pickup on “vibes.” Very lateral thinkers. Rather than processing information in a linear way they randomly choose what they think is important. This part of the brain is responsible for creating new information. It take the abstract, iluminating the erevalent from what is viable. Personalities that use this section of the brain have massive imaginations and become bored easily. They like new experiences and prefer using new ways of figuring things out.
Personalities who use this side of the brain are analytical, logical, disciplined and rational with a need to have structure and organization. These types of people have their own systems in place to for their processes and procedures. This is the side of the brain that takes along time weighing…