I am also a bridge learner which means i am

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them as needed and it doesn’t drive my learning like “Use First and “Avoid patterns. I am also a bridge learner, which means I am comfortable using all of the patterns. I can blend in, pitch in, and help make things happen as a contributing team member of the group and I make the adjustments as needed. I stated before that I am a behind the scenes person I don’t like all eyes on me or being the center of focus. I am willing to do my fair share of work and more if need be. I think that it was accurate, I was surprised a little because I thought that I would have some avoid patterns but I didn’t ,so that just was a surprise. I know that I am confident in my learning but looking at it in more depth and understanding what I am more capable of. This is my first time ever coming across the LCI and even the learning patterns. The learning patterns in my home, work and school play off each other. In all three areas with my sequence as needed, I want things organized and in order, I do make lists of things that I may want to complete in a day but if all things are not done in that day, I am fine with getting things done tomorrow. I do like things planned out but it doesn’t break me if things change or go off course. I feel that I am more lacksey daisy at home. In precision I don’t count on things being exact all the time, except in my paycheck, but it’s not a necessity that other things have to be. In Technical Reasoning I know it is all about problem solving and figuring things out. I take on the challenge of solving organizational and operational things. I have noticed that using the patterns as needed is not always priority or is it just Technical Reasoning. Confluence is the way we use our imagination, or brainstorm situations. I am open to new things and trying new things. I consider myself adventurous and have an open mind to things. I try to think outside the box and I like being creative. All my learning patterns are the same when it comes to work and school
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and a little lacksey daisy at home but I still want some of the order if that makes since. Learning more about me as a learner is more eye opening as the class goes forth.
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