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    I didn't see all the secondary factors before

    SENSITIVITY Thought Very often (Lead mindframe)
    INSIGHT Thought Often

    LOGIC Thought Seldom
    ORDER Thought Seldom
    CONTROL Action Seldom
    SOCIABILITY Action Rarely
    CHARISMA Action Rarely
    PROACTIVITY Action Rarely

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    INSIGHT Thought Very often (Lead mindframe)
    LOGIC Thought Very often

    CHARISMA Action Often
    PROACTIVITY Action Often
    CONTROL Action Sometimes
    SENSITIVITY Thought Seldom
    ORDER Thought Rarely
    SOCIABILITY Action Rarely

    Interesting as an xNTP:

    The graphic above illustrates that INSIGHT takes place primarily in the RIGHT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is where conscious thought takes place. The RIGHT side associates images by feel, which gives personal significance to memories. So thinking on the right side is nonverbal, instinctive and subjective The FRONT part of the right brain takes perceptions from the back part—sights, sounds, and body sensations—and relates them based on how you feel about them.

    For instance, you may notice a friend's posture and tone of voice, along with the fact that she's under a lot of stress. Without consciously trying to do so, you remember these three perceptions—the posture, the tone, and the stressful situation—as a single pattern. Later, experiencing any one of these images may trigger a meaningful association with the other two. This is how insight tells you when something important is going on.

    INSIGHT is the mindframe of imagination. It enables you to:

    * Read nonverbal "body language"
    * Interpret someone's moods
    * Be aware of a person's individual traits
    * Have empathy for another person's situation
    * Understand the characteristics of a human relationship
    * Appreciate the merits of a work of art
    * Associate one image with another
    * Think of a new solution
    * Visualize a possible future scenario
    * Know whether an action is ethically correct
    * Sense the personal significance of something
    * Feel a hunch that something is true, even without evidence
    * Hear "alarm bells" of high risk or danger
    * Form and use beliefs to make decisions
    * Consider some things to be more important than others
    * Make a personal commitment

    INSIGHT isn't some kind of psychic power. It's simply the ability to "connect the dots" all at once by seeing the pattern. You get a feel for how the world works based on observation. You see a woman smile, and you know she doesn't mean it. How? Instead of careful step-by-step reasoning to reach that conclusion, you instantly recognize the special cues you've learned to associate with insincerity. This intuition only seems mysterious because it happens so fast.

    INSIGHT answers questions of personal significance: "Is this right?" "Is it fair?" and "How important is this?" It uses the patterns drawn from past experience to assess the meaning of what's happening right now. You form beliefs that "feel right." You hold them as long as they continue to work for you.
    For instance, if you've learned to recognize the signals, you may be able to tell when a person is lying.

    INSIGHT is a key mindframe for artists, designers, composers, performers, authors, architects, theologians and counselors. The ability to associate is also crucial to putting together a story, a poem, a song or a drawing. It lets you enjoy, appreciate and interpret works of art. When you connect the physical details of your experience, you discover their meaning. You see patterns and sense significance. The wisdom you gain, such as your understanding of people, isn't easily explained by logic.

    These examples show how the insightful part of your mind does its work: intuiting, valuing and imagining. How much does the INSIGHT mindframe influence your thinking?
    "Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible."
    — Richard P. Feynman

    "Never tell a person a thing is impossible. G*d/the Universe may have been waiting all this time for someone ignorant enough of the impossibility to do just that thing."
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    Sounds pretty FiNe to me

    Lead: INSIGHT
    A mindframe of: Thought
    Used: Very often (more than 80% of the time)

    SENSITIVITY Thought Sometimes
    LOGIC Thought Sometimes
    CHARISMA Action Seldom
    PROACTIVITY Action Rarely
    SOCIABILITY Action Rarely
    CONTROL Action Rarely
    ORDER Thought Rarely

    The graphic above illustrates that INSIGHT takes place primarily in the RIGHT-FRONT region of the cerebral cortex. The cortex is where conscious thought takes place. The RIGHT side associates images by feel, which gives personal significance to memories. So thinking on the right side is nonverbal, instinctive and subjective The FRONT part of the right brain takes perceptions from the back part—sights, sounds, and body sensations—and relates them based on how you feel about them.

    For instance, you may notice a friend's posture and tone of voice, along with the fact that she's under a lot of stress. Without consciously trying to do so, you remember these three perceptions—the posture, the tone, and the stressful situation—as a single pattern. Later, experiencing any one of these images may trigger a meaningful association with the other two. This is how insight tells you when something important is going on.

    INSIGHT is the mindframe of imagination. It enables you to:

    * Read nonverbal "body language"
    * Interpret someone's moods
    * Be aware of a person's individual traits
    * Have empathy for another person's situation
    * Understand the characteristics of a human relationship
    * Appreciate the merits of a work of art
    * Associate one image with another
    * Think of a new solution
    * Visualize a possible future scenario
    * Know whether an action is ethically correct
    * Sense the personal significance of something
    * Feel a hunch that something is true, even without evidence
    * Hear "alarm bells" of high risk or danger
    * Form and use beliefs to make decisions
    * Consider some things to be more important than others
    * Make a personal commitment

    INSIGHT isn't some kind of psychic power. It's simply the ability to "connect the dots" all at once by seeing the pattern. You get a feel for how the world works based on observation. You see a woman smile, and you know she doesn't mean it. How? Instead of careful step-by-step reasoning to reach that conclusion, you instantly recognize the special cues you've learned to associate with insincerity. This intuition only seems mysterious because it happens so fast.

    INSIGHT answers questions of personal significance: "Is this right?" "Is it fair?" and "How important is this?" It uses the patterns drawn from past experience to assess the meaning of what's happening right now. You form beliefs that "feel right." You hold them as long as they continue to work for you. For instance, if you've learned to recognize the signals, you may be able to tell when a person is lying.

    INSIGHT is a key mindframe for artists, designers, composers, performers, authors, architects, theologians and counselors. The ability to associate is also crucial to putting together a story, a poem, a song or a drawing. It lets you enjoy, appreciate and interpret works of art. When you connect the physical details of your experience, you discover their meaning. You see patterns and sense significance. The wisdom you gain, such as your understanding of people, isn't easily explained by logic.

    These examples show how the insightful part of your mind does its work: intuiting, valuing and imagining. How much does the INSIGHT mindframe influence your thinking?
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    INSIGHT (Thought)- Very often (Lead mindframe)
    SENSITIVITY (Thought)- Very often
    LOGIC- (Thought) Very often

    CHARISMA (Action)- Sometimes
    SOCIABILITY (Action)- Seldom
    PROACTIVITY (Action)- Seldom
    ORDER (Thought)- Seldom
    CONTROL (Action)- Rarely

    Cool.

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    SOCIABILITY Action Very often (Lead mindframe)

    SENSITIVITY Thought Often

    INSIGHT Thought Often
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    Mindframe… A mindframe of… Frequency of use…

    LOGIC Thought Very often (Lead mindframe)

    SOCIABILITY Action Often

    SENSITIVITY Thought Often

    CHARISMA Action Often
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    Mindframe... A mindframe of... Frequency of use...
    LOGIC/ INSIGHT Thought/ Thought Very often (Lead mindframe) /Often

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    -Jim Morrison

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