Assessment Brain Type Step 2 Brain Type Assessment™ UNCOVER YOUR PATH TO FOCUS AND FLOW Step 1 of 11 9% Which of these sounds most like you?*I'd rather take action than spend all my time talking about things. I love seeing the impact of what I do. I can easily tell when someone's idea won’t work in the real world. I learn best from hands-on experience.I’m always asking “What if?” and exploring ideas and connections. I often think about the abstract or theoretical for fun. I think of so many possibilities that it gets overwhelming at times. It frustrates me that I can't do all the things I think of. Which of these sounds most like you?**My thought process works linearly - from step 1 to 2 to 3. I prefer planning things out instead of winging it and love making detailed lists and schedules. While I need time to relax and play, not having anything to work on makes me feel restless. I get frustrated when people set up a bad system and I have to deal with the mess they left behind.I love being present in the moment and am great at thinking on my feet in a crisis. I prefer working in the real world to working on a computer. If I could have a full life and be free to never worry about the future or earning money, I would love that. Dealing with lots of details can be overwhelming, I'm more of a big picture person.Which of these sounds most like you?*I see the world as open-ended and full of possibilities. I don't like getting locked into things and try to keep my options open. I come up with many new ideas when I’m talking or writing. It can often seem like they're coming out of nowhere but I know exactly what information prompted each thought.Most of my thoughts happen at a subconscious level. I often get “impressions” in my mind that are hard to describe. My inner world is like the stars in the sky or a formless eternity that I can pluck things. It’s not like a filing cabinet where everything I’ve learned is organized. I achieve the best results when I start on a new project/idea by:*Creating a detailed outline of all the steps and substeps I’ll need to take.Going with my instincts and making spur-of-the-moment changes as needed.Mapping out a big-picture vision to inspire me.Visualizing the outcome I want, and trusting my vision enough to get started. When you think about an upcoming project/idea, your thoughts most closely resemble:*I see the most likely outcome of my idea and focus on that possibility.I get excited about the idea, which reminds me of another idea I had, and then another, then I end up forgetting or changing my mind about how I should proceed with the first idea and move on to something else.I go over each detail in my mind to ensure I don’t forget anything before getting started — I'll feel anxious if I miss something.I would rather just get started on the project instead of sitting around thinking about the 'what if’s' of it. When it comes to generating new ideas, I would rather:*Have a brainstorm session with smart, fun, like-minded people.Think on my feet, whether alone or on a team, and try out new ideas as they come up, in real time.Research the topic, gather knowledge and data on the subject, and piece together what has been proven to work previously into something new and interesting.Use my alone time to “brainstorm” with myself internally. When it comes to learning a new skill or hobby, I tend to:*Focus on one or just a few select topics or areas of study.Have a wide variety of interests — it can be difficult for me to focus on just one for a long time. When I’m working on a project with someone else, I get most frustrated when:*They give me lots of tiny details at once without an outline or context for those details.They try to get me to connect with a vague, big picture vision without giving me any of the practical steps we’ll take to get there. When it comes to productivity, I mostly need help with:*Getting started on an ideaExecution of tasksFinishing what I started I like to start my day with something most closely related to:*MeditationJournalingPlanning out my dayExercise I am most interested in:*Getting things doneMapping out the visionExploring new possibilitiesUnderstanding how/why something works Please enter your name and email below so we can save your results for you:First NameLast NameEmail* I want EVO to send me my Brain Type results and other insights related to my Brain Type. Architect TypeExplorer TypeAlchemict TypeOracle Type This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.