2Everyone is specialWe are all born with some innate talents, abilities & personality.Its in our genes.Its these inborn talents & abilities that make us who we are, Unique & Special.
3Discovering our hidden talents The most adventurous journey to embark on; is the journey to yourself, the most exciting thing to discover; is who you really are.There's no method to identify our hidden talents.It takes a lifetime discovering what we were made for, what we do best.Many of us had it wrong for most part of our life.
4How to discover our inborn talents Is there a way to accurately find our hidden talents & abilities that we were born with ?
5All we need is your fingerprints! Its all Science!We can give you just that. A scientific way to discover your inborn talents, abilities & personality.Now you can know if you are a born Scientist or a born Artist, what you would do best, & what your life’s purpose is.All we need is your fingerprints!
7Reveal genetic information For three reasons:1They are unique2They never change3Reveal genetic information
8Fingerprints are a reflection of our brain Immanuel K.
9Yes, Indeed!The human’s fingerprints form during the 13th and 19th week after conception.Scientists found that fingerprints and human brain’s neo-cortex develop simultaneously.Also, the tissue that makes up the brain is the same that makes the fingerprints.
11Left-Right brain"The great pleasure and feeling in my right brain is more than my left brain can find the words to tell you.”In 1981, Dr. Roger Sperry won the Nobel prize for his research on the split-brain theory.The studies demonstrated that the left and right hemispheres are specialized in different tasks.Our left brain is responsible for our analytical & logical side while the right brain is responsible for our artistic & creative side.
13Our right hand corresponds to our analytical left brain & our left hand corresponds to our artistic right brain.
14Different lobes of our brain Each of our fingerprints correspond to functions of specific part of our brain. Eg. Ring fingers correspond to temporal lobe which is responsible for sound & speech processing.
15Fingerprints to decode your mind! Hence, each of your fingerprints tell us something about your brain.We can now answer questions like:What your strengths are?What is your optimum style of learning?Your muscle & brain coordination?What you are best at?How you perceive information?Are you a creative kind of a person or more of a logical one?Which career paths will be natural for you & which will need greater effort ?and so on…
16Strength of congenital abilities of your brain Right ThumbLeft ThumbManagementLeadershipRight IndexLeft IndexReasoningImaginationRight MiddleLeft MiddleControlMovementRight RingLeft RingLinguisticSoundRight LittleLeft LittleObservationRecognition
18Learning sensitivityReflects the brain & muscle coordination ability in conveying & transmitting information.We then recommend ways in which you can improve your speed of learning & level of response.
19Total learning capacity TFRC is a reflection of a person's inborn learning capacity; commonly known as "Neo-cortex Brain Cell Capacity".Once you know yours we help you find the best strategies to maximize learning.
20Quotients There are four quotients: Emotional quotient (makes us aware of our feelings)Intelligence quotient (your ultimate intelligence)Adversity quotient (how you respond to adversity)Creativity quotient (ability to generate innovative ideas & manifest them into reality).
21Left – Right brain dominance A Left-brainer seems to thrive when following plans.A Right-brainer is very good at group & hands-on activities.
22Relationship compatibility We do NBDE profiling.Negotiators are loving, caring & compassionate.Builders are typically conventional, dependable, calm & social.Directors are focused, ambitious & competitive.Explorers are willing to take risk, like novelty and are energetic & spontaneous.
23VAK learning styleThe VAK learning style uses 3 main sensory receivers: Vision, Auditory, and Kinesthetic.Know your optimum style of learning to learn quickly & effectively.
24Multiple Intelligences Conventionally we only know of the IQ test which has a lot of limitations. In 1983 a researcher and professor at Harvard University Howard Gardner proposed a new view of intelligence.
25Multiple Intelligences We discover 8 different intelligences namely:Verbal-LinguisticLogical-MathematicalVisual-SpatialNaturalistMusical-RhythmicBodily-KinestheticInterpersonalIntrapersonal
26Verbal Linguistic Intelligence Good at reading, writing, telling stories, and memorizing words and dates.Learn best by reading, taking notes, and listening to lectures, and via discussion and debate.Skilled at explaining, teaching, and oration or persuasive speaking.Learn foreign languages very easily.
27Logical-Mathematical Intelligence This area has to do with logic, abstract, inductive and deductive reasoning, and numbers.Excel in reasoning, abstract pattern recognition, scientific thinking and investigation, and the ability to perform complex calculations.
28Visual Spatial Intelligence Typically very good at visualizing and mentally manipulating objects.Have a strong visual memory and are often artistically inclined.Generally have a very good sense of direction and may also have very good hand- eye coordination.
29Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence Adept at physical activities such as sports or dance and often prefer activities which utilize movement.Enjoy acting or performing, and are good at building and making things.Learn best by physically doing something, rather than reading or hearing about it.Best suited careers include athletics, dancing, acting, comedy, building, and crafting.
30Musical-Rhythmic Intelligence Deals with rhythm, music, and hearing.High sensitivity to sounds, rhythms, tones, and music.Normally have good pitch and may even have absolute pitch, and are able to sing, play musical instruments, and compose music.Learn best via lecture. Often use songs or rhythms to learn and memorize information, and may work best with music playing.
31Interpersonal Intelligence Deals with interaction with others.People are usually extroverts and are sensitive to others' moods, feelings, temperaments, and motivations.Communicate effectively and empathize easily with others, and may be either leaders or followers.Learn best by working with others and enjoy discussion and debate.
32Intrapersonal Intelligence People are typically introverts & prefer to work alone.Highly self-aware and capable of understanding their own emotions, goals, and motivations.Often have an affinity for thought-based pursuits such as philosophy.Learn best when allowed to concentrate on the subject by themselves.There is often a high level of perfectionism associated with this intelligence.
33Naturalist Intelligence Involves understanding the natural world of plants and animals, noticing their characteristics, and categorizing themInvolves keen observation of environment and surrounding and the ability to classify other things as well.Have keen sensory skills - sight, sound, smell, taste and touch.Make keen observations about natural changes, interconnections and patterns.
34How does our Intelligence Testing compare to the IQ test?
35IQ MM-Analysis The results can be manipulated Biometric capture, hence no manipulationResults may bring emotional or cultural impactNo classification hence no emotional or cultural impact.Results based on the understanding of the question and languageNo questions and no use of language. Can be done immediately after birthDoes not test overall intelligenceTests multiple intelligencesResult will vary due to mood or emotionEmotions and moods do not matter since it is a Biometric captureLow stabilityHigh Stability
37For individual Understanding yourself, choosing the right career Identify & harness your core competenceIdentify your best learning style and leadership styleIgnite your passion for life and rekindle your dreamsInvest smartly in yourself for personal developmentIdentify your EQ, IQ, AQ, CQ distributionSelf-empowerment for achieving your goals and dreams
38For children Identify his/her best learning style and characteristic Identify his/her inborn talents and weaknessTailor-make your child’s own learning programReduce wastage of time & money on irrelevant courses and classesBuild up the child’s confidenceImprove the relationship b/w parents and childrenGive your child a happy childhood
39For corporate Place the right talent in the right position Ensure pre-employment screeningEmpower your staff by knowing their talentsDiscover the hidden value of staff for profit creationProduce an all-star teamOrganize your workforce for peak performanceProfile the senior management on talents, leadership and management style