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Do you consider yourself the kind of person that is great with details, or are you better at looking at the big picture? Whether you think of yourself as right or left brained, both hemispheres have their advantages. 

We now know that each side has different skill sets, both of which are necessary for success . But recent advances in technology and business have made our world value the left, analytical part, more. It turns out that this is a dangerous assumption that leaves out many of the important skills of the right side. 


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