Career Orientation

By Zach Dodge

My Decision Making


When making decisions I tend to follow the Analytical style. People with that decision making style focus on tasks and details, consider every aspect of a problem, acquires information by careful analysis, and evaluates information through abstract thinking. Others sometimes perceive my decision making as over controlling, impersonal, and sometimes to slow. The best organizational fit for my type of decision making is one that uses planning or solving complex problems is impotant, such as science or engineering.

Brain Hemisphere


Although I use both the left and right side of my brain depending on the thought process necessary, I am most comfortable while using the left side of my brain. The left hemisphere is dominant in language: processing what you hear and handling most of the duties of speaking. It's also in charge of carrying out logic and exact mathematical computations. When you need to retrieve a fact, your left brain pulls it from your memory. However, sometimes I need more of my right brain.The right hemisphere is mainly in charge of spatial abilities, face recognition and processing music. The brain's right side also helps us to comprehend visual imagery and make sense of what we see. It plays a role in language, particularly in interpreting context and a person's tone.

My Personality Colors

My Number One Color-Green

-Practical Thinker

-Likes Guidlines

-Cautious of new ideas

-Predictable

-I learn by doing Things

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