What kind of thinker are you?

The thinker

So what kind of thinker are you? Are you more an interpersonal thinker, logical-mathematical thinker, linguistic thinker, intrapersonal thinker, naturalist thinker, existential thinker, musical thinker, spatial thinker or kinaesthetic thinker?

Get to know yourself a little better and complete the BBC’s quiz to find out what kind of thinker you are.

And why not write and tell me what you found out in the comment box below? I’d love to here from you.

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  1. Olga

    I’m a musical thinker. “Musical thinkers tend to think in sounds, and may also think in rhythms and melodies; are sensitive to the sounds and rhythms of words as well as their meanings; feel a strong connection between music and emotions.

    Surprise-surprise:) I didn’t realize there was such a thing as musical thinkers:-)

  2. Christine

    Good to read that you’ve learned something new, Olga. I’m an interpersonal thinker. And look at the careers which suit interpersonal thinkers: Politician, Psychologist, Nurse, Counsellor, Teacher. Not bad, eh? Can you remember ‘your’ careers?

  3. Olga

    Wow, Christine, that’s really cool!:)

    “My” careers are less diverse, they all have to do with … wait for it … music:-D Music teacher, musician, sound engineer, recording technician. Strangely enough, I half-seriously considered becoming a sound engineer at some point of my life (though it was about 7-8 years ago).

  4. Christine

    Perhaps you’ll do something with music one day, Olga. Or you might even decide to combine your love of languages with music. Who knows what the future holds? 🙂


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Written by Christine Burgmer

8. August 2014