Big Picture Thinkers are said to not necessarily worry about all the details
A series of five puzzles, by a lending company challenges players to spot the hidden objects in the optical illusion – and it is created to help people to discover their real talent. Company Funding Circle has designed the test working closely with psychologist Dr Rebecca Spelman.
Depending on what you can spot first in each image can suggest what role you would play in a work environment.
Seeing a cloth rather than a dog or a crocodile instead of an island would mean playing a different part in a company.
According to Funding Circle there are three types of professionals – Big Picture Thinker, Go To Person and Business Creative – and can be individuated thanks to this test.
A person spotting a baby in this image is emotionally intelligent and energetic
People seeing a lynx before a bird in the picture are Big Picture Thinkers
Test yourself and then check what kind of business owner you’d make!
A Business Creative person is great at adapting and reacting to any business situation.
This type of professionals are especially motivated to succeed within the workplace and will be at the forefront of how a company develops.
Big Picture Thinkers are said to not necessarily worry about all the details and to be able to often solve complex problems by using only their instincts.
They are also seen as reliable and always with a plan in place to get the job done.
A viewer seeing a crocodile has an exceptional ability to adapt
Finally, a ‘Go To’ Person is everyone’s best friend, according to the test.
‘Go To’ people are able to push their colleagues to achieve heights they thought they never could and are emotionally intelligent and energetic. And they make natural leaders.
Depending on whether an observer can see a skull or a light bulb first in the above image, is an indicator of how creative he is.
Those seeing the skull should have the traits of a Business Creative person.
Those individuating a light bulb should be ‘Big Picture Thinkers’.
People seeing a lynx before a bird in this picture falls into the category of Big Picture Thinker.
If a person sees the bird first, though, the test says he is a ‘Go To’ type of entrepreneur.
If an aspiring entrepreneur sees a dog in the picture he is likely to have leadership skills
A viewer seeing a crocodile has an exceptional ability to adapt and react to any business situation, the test claims, meaning he would fall into the Business Creative category.
Those spotting an island, instead, are ‘Go To’ people.
A person spotting a baby in this image is emotionally intelligent and energetic, which, according to the test, makes him a ‘Go To’ person.
Someone seeing a mother, on the other hand, would be a Big Picture Thinker.
If an aspiring entrepreneur sees a dog before a cloth in the picture above he is likely to have enhanced leadership skills.
He falls into the test’s ‘Go To’ Person category.
Otherwise, he is a Big Picture Thinker.
The test was created as part of a campaign called Made to do More.
The initiative was launched by Funding Circle after a research showed that, despite over half of Brits (56%) think they have the skills to run their own business, only 13% of Brits believe they are entrepreneurial.
Men think this is the LEAST attractive quality in a woman – do you agree?
How to tell if she’s sexually attracted to you – watch out for these subtle hints
McDonald’s to ‘accept BITCOIN’ by 2019