Back-brain, Conceptual, Inanimate, Left-brain
Methodically classifies imaginations impersonally

applicator of ideas; builder of theoretical systems; self confident; independent, reserved, single minded, conceptual; seeks knowledge; not impressed with authority; determined, analytic, stubborn, skeptical, scientific; logical abstraction skilled.


The sections above are previews of Jon Niednagel’s latest book series on how each area of life relates to each particular Brain Type.  For much further detail on a particular subject, be sure to check out Jon’s book on the respective topic, available upon release in the i-Store Learning Center.

The Stereotypical Particulars: Approximately 6 out of 10 sampled of each particular Brain Type will resemble the descriptions below, with approximately 4 out of 10 being atypical due to upbringing, environmental influences, etc.  These generalizations are not intended to be offensive to any particular Type; however, our aim is to equip you, the reader, with the appropriate distinctions necessary in assessing others.

Appearance: generally slender, slow & deliberate speech, often monotone voice, plain clothing (very economical), having straight & orderly hair, often stoic countenance, intelligent speech.

Personality: private, guarded, secretive, VERY independent, conceptually logical, quite intuitive, penny-wise, saver not spender, thrifty, cautious, modest, preferring the background but with high expectations for self, competent, eccentric, unconventional, self-governing, self-sufficient, solitary, often reclusive, inquisitive, probing, curious, philosophical, delving deep, persevering, almost impervious to the criticism of others, enigmatic, scientific, relate well to children or the elderly.

Athletic Characteristics: mechanical & more fine motor than gross motor control, no dominant muscle control, weak with gross motors, gifted cerebrally, strategic, calculating, awkward, lumbering, deliberate, movements with restricted mechanization,  uneven, efficient with little wasted energy, has good endurance & high pain threshold, defensive, wrote the rule book, reinterprets the rules,  & quick to call on others who break the rules.

These are two representative examples for this Brain Type.  Please note that these interviews are only provided as a sample of what someone with this design might be like.  They are not sufficient for training you how to accurately distinguish this Brain Type from others.  The ‘Brain Type Trainer’ video training program has a much more in-depth visual perspective and commentary for each Brain Type.  The ‘Brain Type Trainer’ is the optimal training tool for learning how to accurately evaluate each of the 16 inborn designs.  Visit the i-Store Learning Center for more information on how to order the Brain Type Trainer and other learning aids available from BT Enterprises.

When a Brain Type is mentioned in an i-Blog article, it is filed under the respective category.

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