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    Masquerading as a normal person day after day is exhausting.

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    People are sometimes blown away with amazement every time you open your mouth. Your gifted with coming up with highly creative solutions that others couldn't even imagine. Whether its�persuading�somebody or a one-of-a-kind marketing idea, you've got the answer. Great Job! Without�you on the team, the 6 thinking hats theory wouldn't even exist! But keep in mind that the most successful person can exercise each of these hats equally, so keep practicing in your everyday life, and you'll soon realize that its very easy to come up with master-minded solutions.

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    Unsurprisingly I got Ne, yeah ;)

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    The 6 Thinking Hats is a genius method where you sit down and try and solve a problem, one step, or hat, at a time. Each hat has its own unique questions to answer according to its color. The way to do it, is to pick either the red-emotional, yellow-optimistic, blue-controller, green-creative, black-critical, or white-information hat and come up with questions that relate to its' description. In order to solve a problem, you have to use each hat, come up with questions, answer the questions, and then come up with a solution that makes logical sense. Its a great way to stay organized especially if you are the one in charge, since it keeps all of your team members in check, to make sure that each and every step is covered.

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    Others tend to label you as the "over emotional, touchy feely" person and it makes you wonder what ever was wrong with caring about what other people think? When ever there's an argument, your team members come to you to spill on how they feel. You like to keep in mind how everyone is adapting or coping, and you tend to make sure that your surrounding company is comfortable. Great Job! Without�you on the team, the 6 thinking hats theory wouldn't even exist! But keep in mind that the most successful person can exercise each of these hats equally, so keep practicing in your everyday life, and you'll soon realize that its very easy to come up with master-minded solutions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleda View Post
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    The 6 Thinking Hats is a genius method where you sit down and try and solve a problem, one step, or hat, at a time. Each hat has its own unique questions to answer according to its color. The way to do it, is to pick either the red-emotional, yellow-optimistic, blue-controller, green-creative, black-critical, or white-information hat and come up with questions that relate to its' description. In order to solve a problem, you have to use each hat, come up with questions, answer the questions, and then come up with a solution that makes logical sense. Its a great way to stay organized especially if you are the one in charge, since it keeps all of your team members in check, to make sure that each and every step is covered.

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    Others tend to label you as the "over emotional, touchy feely" person and it makes you wonder what ever was wrong with caring about what other people think? When ever there's an argument, your team members come to you to spill on how they feel. You like to keep in mind how everyone is adapting or coping, and you tend to make sure that your surrounding company is comfortable. Great Job! Without�you on the team, the 6 thinking hats theory wouldn't even exist! But keep in mind that the most successful person can exercise each of these hats equally, so keep practicing in your everyday life, and you'll soon realize that its very easy to come up with master-minded solutions.
    I have the book "Six Thinking Hats" by Edward de Bono.

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    The 6 Thinking Hats is a genius method where you sit down and try and solve a problem, one step, or hat, at a time. Each hat has its own unique questions to answer according to its color. The way to do it, is to pick either the red-emotional, yellow-optimistic, blue-controller, green-creative, black-critical, or white-information hat and come up with questions that relate to its' description. In order to solve a problem, you have to use each hat, come up with questions, answer the questions, and then come up with a solution that makes logical sense. Its a great way to stay organized especially if you are the one in charge, since it keeps all of your team members in check, to make sure that each and every step is covered.
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    You love being in charge of everything. If there is a job to complete you're the first one to take charge and start handing out individual tasks. You're very good at keeping things together and organized. A lot of times your team members complain about you being too bossy, but at the end of the day everyone knows that they couldn't have done it without you. Great Job! Without�you on the team, the 6 thinking hats theory wouldn't even exist! But keep in mind that the most successful person can exercise each of these hats equally, so keep practicing in your everyday life, and you'll soon realize that its very easy to come up with master-minded solutions.



    Interesting. I would not have anticipated that. I suppose whenever I had group projects, I usually end up facilitating things . It's not so much that I prefer it that way, it's just that it's a vacuum I end up filling. I'm good at seeing all the pieces, and how they fit together, and somehow the expectations of the group keep more organized than I am in my solo efforts.

    For instance, if I see people working at cross purposes, I have to step forward and say something. It'll just bother me too much if I don't.

    I'm not sure how reliable this test is. Black, white, or green sound more like me. I think the test needs to have more questions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msg_v2 View Post
    Interesting. I would not have anticipated that. I suppose whenever I had group projects, I usually end up facilitating things . It's not so much that I prefer it that way, it's just that it's a vacuum I end up filling. I'm good at seeing all the pieces, and how they fit together, and somehow the expectations of the group keep more organized than I am in my solo efforts.

    For instance, if I see people working at cross purposes, I have to step forward and say something. It'll just bother me too much if I don't.

    I'm not sure how reliable this test is. Black, white, or green sound more like me. I think the test needs to have more questions.
    It seems like @Ericb should know something about that leadership style...

    I spelled his username wrong, oh well.
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    People tend to brush you off for always looking on the negative side, but remember that everyone needs to think critically every now and then! What others don't understand is that in order to be "realistic" with matters, you have to think about what might go wrong in a situation. What would happen if you kept thinking on the bright side and then something really bad happens? You my friends, are always prepared for the worst of things to happen. A lot of times, you're the one who says "I knew this was going to happen!" or "I told you so". Great Job! Without�you on the team, the 6 thinking hats theory wouldn't even exist! But keep in mind that the most successful person can exercise each of these hats equally, so keep practicing in your everyday life, and you'll soon realize that its very easy to come up with master-minded solutions.
    Bullshit! I didn't even select the critical thinking answer on the question/s that provided it as an option.
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