Saturday, July 18, 2009

Are You More a Right Brainer or a Left Brainer?

Take the test to figure out. Ideally, it would be having a subtle blend of both. At the end of the day, what matters I guess is to live to your full potential while seeking to complement others towards a common goal.

9 comments:

Bruno said...

Physics and mathematics = left isn't it :P

Yashi said...

Right Brainer?? That can't be right!

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Hmm. Hein, ala ene ti kestion pu zot. Ki legim prefere Navin?

Zouav said...

Left...no big surprise there.And btw, Bruno you need to have both hemisphere sync to play music so it's not just physics or not phsyics. :) To answer the 'highly philosophical' question of Sanjay, is gato piman a vegetable?? :P :)

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Gee, I did the test and it told me that I have neither right or left brain. I guess there's just draft inside.

Samad Ramoly said...

A balanced brain makes a balanced person - combining sequential thinking with a holistic approach, or linear thinking with intuition, enables us to fully comprehend issues and solve problems.

Anonymous said...

Don't despair Yashi! You are in good company - Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, David Ogilvy, Woody Allen etc.

Anonymous said...

The right-brainer is a rare lot, the few that can think outside the box! Education by rote is the main culprit.

Rakesh

Sanjay Jagatsingh said...

Came out as a left-brainer (verbal, logical and analytical). I'm apparently in the same group as Jack Welch and most CEOs.
The thing is I put in a lot of 'not sure' answers because the options were equally valid or invalid.
Should try to look for something a little more discriminating. In the meantime here's something related.