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What's your Creative Type?

Updated: Oct 12, 2020

According to Adobe Create, there are eight different types of Creative Thinkers. Their Creative Types test is an exploration of the many faces of the creative personality. Based on psychology research, the test of 15 questions assesses your basic habits and tendencies—how you think, how you act, how you see the world—to help you better understand who you are as a creative.

I was a Visionary, which means I am full of big ideas with an ability to see potential and possibility everywhere...

According to Adobe Create Visionaries live in a world of infinite possibilities, preferring to see things not as they are but as they could be. They know that life is limited only by the boundaries of their own beliefs, and they're driven to push the limits of, well, everything.

Emotional, passion-driven, and full of ideas, the VISIONARY combines a vivid imagination with a desire for practical solutions. Their introspective and intuitive nature is balanced by a keen interest in the world around them and a desire to contribute to society.

Charismatic and expressive, they love sharing their ideas and visions with others and creating community around shared values and ideals.

Visionary's greatest gift? The ability to see the spark of potential in everything and everyone, and to inspire others to see it, too. They’re able to guide people toward an invisible horizon with a rare generosity of spirit and strength of conviction.

However, Visionaries can get stuck in the dreaming stage. Their greatest challenge—and true power—lies in learning to take consistent daily action to create the future they envision. Visionaries should seek out the “voice of reason” of the Thinker type to help them take a grounded, rational approach to their creative work. The Thinker’s deep perception and probing intellect lend a powerful clarity that can bring their visions into sharper focus.

Insightful and pretty accurate what's your Creative Type and if you're a THINKER and want to collaborate drop me a line...

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