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Mindex Your Thinking Style Profile Introduction & Overview For Prospective Certified Users
History of Brain Research Very little was known about the mysterious organ Localization of Functions: Brain-Injured People (1800s - Paul Broca, Karl Wernicke) Left & Right Brains: CalTech Split-Brain Experiments (1960s – Dr. Joe Bogen / Prof. Roger Sperry) Cognitive Styles: (1980s – Myers & Briggs: Type Indicator; Dr. Karl Albrecht: Mindex Thinking Styles Profile)
Thinking Styles 2. Content of Thought (Concrete, Abstract) 1. Structure of Thought (Left-brained, Right-brained)
The Mindex Model Abstract Concepts Concrete Experience Right BrainedLeft Brained Red Sky Red Earth Blue Sky Blue Earth
Red Earth Mode Right Brained & Concrete Here & Now Direct Experience Uses Intuition & Hunches Oriented to Feelings & Vibrations
Blue Earth Mode Left Brained & Concrete The Bottom Line Facts & Figures Uses Linear / Procedural Thinking Oriented to Logical Outcomes
Red Sky Mode Right Brained & Abstract The Big Picture Dreams & Visions Uses Hypothetical / Projective Thinking Oriented to Possibilities
Blue Sky Mode Left Brained & Abstract The System Diagrams & Relationships Uses Systematic Thinking Oriented to Structure & Order
Applications of Thinking Styles Self-Understanding Personal Relationships Communication Training Sales Training Team Building Job/Career Placement
10 Ways You Can Use Mindex… 1.Build your people-reading skills. 2.Make better decisions by getting more & better information from others. 3.Sell your ideas to others with more clarity and skill. 4.Reduce conflict with people and in work groups.
10 Ways You Can Use Mindex… 5.Lead or mange others with less conflict while getting greater results. 6.Reduce or eliminate your communication stress with others. 7.Accept the styles of others, as being unique to them. 8.Practice situational shifting as needed.
10 Ways You Can Use Mindex 9.Know when to focus on feelings, rapport, and intuition, vs. facts, data, and concepts. 10.Know how to adjust your approach when explaining, selling, teaching, or persuading others.