Use Your Power Traits™
If you have a Word Talent you might be good at the following:
- playing Scrabble / word games / crosswords
- learning vocabulary words, languages
- history and derivation of words
- talking, reading aloud
- using the dictionary
If you have a Language Talent you may be good at some of the following:
- explaining ideas
- talking things out
- getting the point
- composition skills
- discussing options
- playing with language
- writing essays, stories, poetry
- producing plans, outlines, lists
- reading comprehension, critical thinking
- getting subtle meanings of spoken or written language
Use your Word-Language Talent to help you memorize:
- Make up rhymes or your own phrases to help you memorize.
- Transfer information into a list format and rehearse out loud.
Use your Word-Language Talent to help you understand and remember:
- Make lists or notes as you read.
- Highlight important words and phrases.
- Describe the information to yourself in your own words.
- Use techniques that work for your Disposition and Modality.
Choice of Assignments
- Write a story or play based on the topic you are studying.
- Write essays or poems to report on topics you are studying.
- For math or science, convert rote problems into “story” problems.
Link to interactive PREZI: Word-Language Talent
Potential Career Opportunities for those with Word-Language Reasoning
- script writer
- sales person
- script reviewer
- talk show host
- public relations
- motivational speaker
- greeting card text write
Your Talents interact with your Dispositions to create combinations of Power Traits that are well suited for different careers. Here are a few examples:
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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