Employed in areas that emphasize use of visual imagery.
(Entrepreneurs, engineers, tradesmen, artists, executives, ITs, salesmen or
focussing on the task at hand: may excel at multitasking. Has
difficulty with or is stressed by organizing meetings or events. Inability
to follow-through, finish tasks or consistently hold a job. Unable to
advance in the workplace due to a fear of, or inability to complete written
Vision and reading
Experiences headaches, stomach aches or stress while
Confused by letters, numbers, words or
that reading or writing shows repetitions, additions, transpositions, omissions,
substitutions and reversals in letters, numbers and/or words. Proof-reading
is ineffective. Extremely keen sighted and observant, or
lacks depth perception and peripheral vision. Avoids reading aloud; finds silent reading easier. Needs to
reread information several times in order to comprehend. Gets tired or bored easily from
Writing and spelling
with writing or copying, pencil grip is unusual, hand cramps up, handwriting
varies or is illegible.
Poor spelling; relies on "spell-check" before sending
emails, memos or documents. Difficulty
filling out forms. Uses only
capitals letters or mixes upper case and lower case when writing; combines
cursive and print; frequently abbreviates words. May alter
word choice when writing - to avoid spelling mistakes.
Hearing and speech
to hear things not said or apparent to others; argues frequently; often accused
of "not listening."
putting thoughts into words, stutters under stress, mispronounces long words,
or transposes phrases, words and syllables when speaking. Easily
distracted or frustrated by sounds when trying to focus.
Math and time management
difficulty managing time: consistently late or too early, difficulty predicting
how long a task may take.
on finger counting, calculators and other math tricks. Difficulty
counting objects or dealing with money. May
show exceptional talent in math.
Memory and Cognition
long-term memory for experiences, locations, faces and specialized areas of
memory for sequences, names, facts and information that has not been
primarily with images and feeling, not sounds or words. Skilled
at problem-solving - may have an answer well before others.
with North, East, South and West; reading a map; confuses left and right.
or fearful of social situations which are out of their "comfort zone." May be loud, boisterous,
inappropriate or offensive in social situations. Unaware of others or very
empathetic of others.
(need to hold onto a handrail when descending stairs, difficulty throwing
accurately, inability to stand on one foot) Prone to motion sickness. Above average athletic ability.
Behavior, Health, Development andPersonality
disorderly (loses keys, glasses, etc.) or compulsively orderly.
eaters or sensitive to foods, additives or chemical products.
adjusting to changes in routine; follows a strict set of "rules" for self
be an extra deep or light sleeper. Extremely
high or low tolerance for pain. Strong
sense of justice, emotionally sensitive, strives for perfection; may over-react
when making a mistake. Enjoys
video games. Reliance
on others in areas of writing, organization, book-keeping (spouse, secretary,
frustrated, stressed or overwhelmed - resulting in annoyance, anger or emotional