My learning scores are sequence 22, precision 29, technical reason 7, and confluence 18. I use precision first, I ask a lot of questions and I like to be correct. I always find myself being very cautious, making sure everything I do is accurate. Before I begin any task I need to have complete instructions and proof to back up my work this is where my sequence pattern kicks in. I typically avoid technical reasoning; I’m not a good problem solver, I like to have all the facts and instructions before beginning a task. On an as needed basis I use my confluence. I don’t like change however I tend to make suggestions of new ideas I think of; only if they are needed and or will be valued. As I’ve discovered what type of learner I am, I learned how to make all of my patterns interact with each other to be more successful. My precision used to slow me down as I used to get lost in detail. I now intensify my sequence which helps me stay on track. I’m also becoming a better problem solver by thinking outside of the box with my confluence pattern. Before I learn I now think about what patterns I need to use and to what degree to use them.
There are several benefits to my learning patterns. Using precision first helps me to appear more knowledgeable because I make sure I know the facts and provide supporting documentation to back me up. With precision I read and write more critically. The benefit to sequence is organization which helps me to meet deadlines especially when precision can slow me down. Critical thinking is a benefit of technical reasoning. This is a huge benefit to me because I no longer will avoid technical reasoning. By thinking critically I’ve learned I can find solutions to problems and think outside the