Someone who is using his or her Strength of input will be very inquisitive. Their interests guide them and are always on the look out for information that can be helpful down the road.
How do they think?
People with high Input always want to know more. They ask a lot of questions and have this insatiable thirst for new information. They think the world is an exciting place because of its limitless variety and complexity.
How do they feel?
Individuals with input feel compelled to use the information they know for others. They have a constant need for acquiring new knowledge to help others when the information can be called upon.
How do they behave?
Those with high input acquire, compile, and file things away. They are deemed “collectors” of books, facts, memorabilia and other things that interest them for future use. By bringing tangible tools that can facilitate growth and performance, those with high input are great resources to a team.
A few tips to help those with Input to live at their best:
• Make sure you are scheduling time to read books and articles that stimulate you.
• Create a system that will help you store and organize all your information you’ve collected.
• Be aware that you will never feel that you know enough.
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