In episode 2 of Living Life as a Visual Thinker, I describe the traits and qualities of left and right brain thinkers. Join me as I explain how left and right brain thinking works and the difference between the two.
right brain thinking
Approximately 11% of children 4 to 17 years of age have been diagnosed with ADD as of 2011, and it’s most commonly diagnosed in 7 year olds. That’s an alarming statistic, but we can turn the negatives of ADD into positives by understanding and applying the success strategies used with visual-spatial learners.
If you read Are You Tired of Feeling Like a Second Class Citizen, you’ll know how sick I am that visual learners are not getting the credit they deserve. I’ve compiled a list of things that your visual thinker will dominate. So, try these out and have fun!
It was third grade when I first heard my daughter described as “one of them”, one of those “creative types”. Being a creative type myself, I was confused by the sound of disdain in the teacher’s voice when describing her. I wondered, “What’s wrong with my daughter? What’s wrong with me? What’s wrong with us creative types?”