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Gallup Definition: 

People exceptionally talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to collect and archive all kinds of information.

"I am utilitarian resource collector."

"I will hang on to things that cound be helpful resources for others."

"I bring tangible tools that can facilitate growth and performance."

"I need space to store the resources I naturally acquire."

"I love to provide relevant and tangible help."

"I hate not having things that would be useful to others."

"I might have the tendency to be packrat with too much lying around."

Watch out fo the Gallup's post on how to develop your Input talent.

Action Items:

If you have Input as your dominant talent, you may consider these action items:

  • Identify your areas of specialization and actively seek more information about them.

  • Make time to read books and articles that stimulate you. Schedule regular time to do this.

  • Deliberately increase your vocabulary. Intentionally collect tnew words and learn their meanings.

  • Devise a system to store and easily locate information - either a file or a computer database.

  • Identify situatons in which you can share the information you have collected with other people.

  • Partner with someone with a strong Focus or Discipline theme. This person will help you stay on track when yout inquisitiveness leads you down intriguing but distracting avenues. 

Note that these action items only serve as guide.

Do you like to excel using your strengths? Talk to Coach Jerome now!

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