A Blogger Takes The “How Detail Oriented Are You?” Quiz

#1 How Easily Do You Remember People’s Names & Faces?

  1. Very easily
  2. I remember faces, not names (Unless I’ve known the person beyond 1 or 2 interactions)
  3. I am terrible with names

#2 How Many Differences Do You Notice In The Picture? (photo in quiz)

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3

#3 What emotions is this person feeling? (photo in quiz)

  1. Arousal
  2. Anxiety
  3. Fear
  4. Excitement

#4 True or False: I tend to notice when people make small changes to their appearance such as hair cuts and clothing choices.

True

False

Somewhat True (It depends on what change they are making)

#5 Are you able to recognize where different accents come from?

  1. I can always tell where someone is from when I hear their accent
  2. Usually I can, but sometimes it’s unclear
  3. Not really. They all sound the same to me.

#6 What colour was the text in my last picture?

(Could not remember because I didn’t notice hahaha. I chose white)

#7 When you walk into your home, do you notice if something has been changed?

  1. Yes I notice it right away
  2. It depends
  3. It usually takes me a while

#8 Do you remember random details that others may have missed or forgotten about?

  1. All the time
  2. Not particularly
  3. Sometimes (I’ve been told I have a good memory by people who were shocked I recalled certain details about them, but I also usually don’t pay attention to which street I was on.)

My Results:

You’re focused on the big picture!

Has anyone ever told you what a creative and strategic visionary you are? With your focus set on the big picture, you are able to quickly notice patterns and solve complex problems! As far as tedious tasks are concerned, you have a low threshold for busywork and it can often leave you feeling exhausted. Although filling in the details of the big picture sometimes leaves you puzzled, you are always coming up with inspiring new ideas and projects! Keep letting your senses and intuition be your guide and don’t forget to mind the details closely!”

My Thoughts:

I admit that a part of me hoped I’d a little bit of both (Considering I have operated in both spheres, such as with writing books or entering data for work), but I’m certainly more creative and less into fast-paced busy work. Being detail-oriented is a great quality to have, but I think the takeaway is that it’s okay if you’re not highly proficient with details, as you can offer other skills.

I liked the final paragraph of my result. Noted! 🙂

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  • If you want to take the quiz for yourself, you can check it out here!

Thanks for reading!

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