Do you know how YOUR Brain receives and retains information?
OVERVIEW OF BRAIN PROFILE (Example 1)
Her major characteristics are those of Gestalt and auditory functioning while her visual and communication modalities are blocked. She actively processes and synthesises verbal or auditory information. She prefers the whole philosophy to the detail, but may need to close her eyes in order to not get bogged down with the visual detail.
Under stress she may experience difficulty in seeing the details and not being able to logically and sequentially communicate them.
OVERVIEW OF BRAIN PROFILE (Example 2)
The C Profile’s major attributes are logic, verbal and auditory access. She is highly verbal and quickly hears and absorbs auditory detail, but is unable to see the specifics, process emotion and remain aware of the big picture.
The sensitive left eye physiologically prefers to track from right to left. This may result in tiredness if much reading is required. There is also the potential for letter and number reversals or transpositions when dealing with highly detailed text.
She will process information best through hearing it, and then integrate the knowledge through follow-up discussion.
Empower your brain to understand more:
- Your Genetic Brain Organisational Profile (GBOP) is a unique map or BLUE-PRINT of your individual inherent strengths and potential weaknesses. It is established at conception and is consistent throughout your life. While certain behavioural and/or functional competencies can and should be learned related to different life situations, your GBOP is the basis for your preferred functioning and underpins your fundamental personality traits. Although your GBOP can be determined at birth, the knowledge of your profile becomes vital from the age of 3 years up to adulthood, and has both scholastic and corporate applications.
- The GBOP is DIFFERENT from any other type of assessment tool on the market because of the fact that it is a PHYSICAL assessment. Based on the science of Kinesiology, the profile uses muscle checking to establish 5 dominant modalities
- The brain hemisphere which identifies your preference for cognitive functioning
- The eye which explains what type of visual information you prefer to deal with
- The ear identifies what type of auditory information you absorb most easily
- The hand explains your communication style - both verbal and written
- The foot identifies your approach to problem solving and conflict resolution
- While each modality has specific meaning, the true nature of the profile is explained by the combination and interrelatedness of the 5 dominances. Therefore a vast amount of additional information can be gleaned from knowing your GBOP. Examples of additional information that can be gained from your profile include:
- Concentration span
- Tendency to hyperactivity
- Emotional tendencies/Discipline
- Academic strengths
- Appropriate subject choices
- Potential barriers to learning
- Patience levels
- Interpersonal skills and needs
- Sporting prowess
- Leadership qualities
- Appropriate career choices
- Potential learning disorders that may arise