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The Four Modes


Take the 20-question quiz at TopBrainBottomBrain.com to see where you land.

Mover: Extra use of both top and bottom brain
You're good at making plans and anticipating consequences. You likely play a leadership role in some capacity—company manager, school principal, head of your community board.

Perceiver: Strong use of bottom brain, little extra use of top brain
You're a natural at seeing the big picture. You may be quiet, but you're always tracking what's happening and can often offer a perspective others miss.

Stimulator: Strong use of top brain, little extra use of bottom brain
You're an out-of-the-box thinker who's good at making plans, but not so good at coming up with new ones when things go wrong.

Adaptor: Little extra use of top or bottom brain
You may not be the one pitching new ideas, but that doesn't make you any less hardworking or efficient. You're often one of the strongest team players when it's time to execute a plan.

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