I use a prioritized list to complete my work.
I complete work quickly.
I am often late.
I have trouble telling my colleagues no.
I plan for the next day.
Daydreaming has allowed me to gain insights and solutions for many of my important problems.
In project meetings, I synthesize disparate ideas into a cohesive whole.
I use step-by-step project plans.
I prefer to work on a team or with another person to get my work done.
I use a deadline as a time frame for completion.
I complete my best work under pressure.
I block time on my calendar to complete my work.
I analyze each project before I start it.
I use established routines and systems to complete tasks.
When I plan a project, I think first about who needs to be involved.
I designate specific time periods for certain tasks.
When I plan a project, I think first about how the project supports the strategic vision.
I eliminate physical clutter in my office.
When I brainstorm, I list my ideas.
It is hard for me to take time to play when there is still work to do.
When I brainstorm, I sketch or draw my ideas.
I accurately complete significant amounts of work.
When I brainstorm, I talk to others about my ideas.
I tend to underestimate how long it takes to complete tasks and projects.
When I plan a project, I think first about what is the outcome or desired result.
I am selective about the tools – pens, paper, folders, etc. – that I use.
I complete project tasks in sequential order.
When I plan a project, I think first about what is the project goal.