NBI™ PERSONAL SKILLS
This instrument identifies an individual's skills. You may
have acquired skills in a particular area that is not really
indicative of your thinking preference or you may have a very
strong thinking preference in one area, but have never had
the opportunity to develop the necessary skills.
It could happen that your personal skills profile differs
from your thinking preference profile. The most common reason
for this happening is that preferring ("liking")
something does not automatically mean you have the skills to
execute or implement the preference. You may like singing
but not have any singing skills!
It is also possible that you may be highly skilled in two
activities, both falling within the same quadrant, but only
like using one of the skills sets. You may therefore
be good at doing something but not enjoy it, or conversely
enjoy something but not be very good at it.
For example, a person may have excellent skills for accounting
but have little or no preference for doing the work of an accountant. It
would be very difficult to sustain passion and energy, if the
correlation between the preference profile and skills profile
Comparing the skills profile with your adult preference profile
will complete the picture for you.
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