Curious Disposition

Use Your Power Traits

Power Tasks

If you have a Curious Disposition you might like subjects and activities that:

  • involve research
  • involve debating
  • involve experiments
  • allow you to explore
  • ask you to solve problems
  • involve “hands-on” projects
  • ask you to come up with new solutions
  • ask you to make models and construct things
  • give you an opportunity to question / design / discover

Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Power Tasks

Motivators – activities might be more exciting when:

  • you are receiving lots of new, interesting information
  • others are interested in your technical know-how
  • you are recognized for being clever and hardworking
  • you are asked to invent something original
  • others are excited about your inventions
  • you can help someone solve a problem

Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Motivators

Power Spaces – you might thrive where:

  • you can change things around and make the space the way you want it
  • you have lots of different materials to use in your projects & experiments
  • you can explore – like on “field trips”
  • you can walk around when you need to
  • you have “lab” equipment
  • you can be messy

Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Power Spaces

Use of Time – you might be likely to:

  • lose track of time
  • get lost in projects
  • forget appointments
  • want to do just one thing for a very long time
  • have hard time planning ahead and scheduling
  • change other plans instantly if you can get more time to work on your projects

Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Use of Time

Areas for Growth

If you have a Curious Disposition you might want to develop skills in the following:

  • being flexible
  • being playful
  • making plans
  • making schedules
  • having social activities
  • organizing yourself and your things
  • considering other people’s feelings and plans

Link to interactive PREZI: Curious Disposition Areas for Growth

More Ways to Use Your Curious Disposition Power Traits for Life™

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Learn More

If you have taken the Self-Portrait™ power traits assessment use the http://www.powertraitsforlife.com website to help you understand and use your Power Traits for Life™.

Use the top navigation bar to find pages that correspond to your top Dispositions, Talents, Modalities, Interests and preferred Environment. You can also use the “search” field at the top right of the screen to learn more about how to leverage your strengths.

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