Organized Disposition

Use Your Power Traits

Power Tasks

If you have an Organized Disposition you might like subjects and activities that:

  • tell you exactly what to do, step-by-step
  • are predictable and routine
  • ask you to take notes, memorize, and outline
  • provide drills
  • use workbooks
  • provide a plan with clear due dates

Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Power Tasks

Motivators – activities might be more exciting when:

  • teachers and peers tell you that you did a good job
  • being neat, productive and punctual is valued
  • teachers appreciate your organizational skills
  • you are given support to reach your goals

Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Motivators

Power Spaces – you might thrive where:

  • there are quiet spaces
  • people are taking their work seriously
  • you can relax because it is neat, tidy, and organized

Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Power Spaces

Use of Time – you might be likely to:

  • plan ahead
  • keep schedules
  • want to make appointments
  • have trouble changing plans
  • want to get things done on time
  • want order, routines, and to follow the rules

Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition: Use of Time

Areas for Growth

If you have an Organized Disposition you might want to develop skills in the following:

  • enjoying unscheduled activities
  • discovering things as you go
  • being playful / letting loose
  • being spontaneous
  • being creative
  • self-reflection
  • being flexible
  • relaxing

Link to interactive PREZI: Organized Disposition Areas for Growth

More ways to use your Organized Disposition Power Traits for Life™

Learn More

If you have taken the Self-Portrait™ power traits assessment use the 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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