You’re a natural storyteller. You notice things that other people simply don’t see and use those details to create amazing stories. You love to chat to people and will go up and talk to strangers if it looks like they’re doing something interesting. You’re always asking questions, getting to the heart of what’s going on. You’re not in a hurry; you like to let your stories percolate through your head and explore all the different elements. And you’re at your best when writing longer pieces, whether that’s a blog, a report or a novel. Writing is a journey for you, not a destination. You want to take people along with you, creating a fascinating story peppered with intriguing characters, facts and anecdotes.
You have a talent for communicating clearly and effectively, making sure your message is always understood. You know what you want to say and you know how to say it. While other people are still at the brainstorming stage, you've already marshalled your resources, whipped out your trusted templates and started writing.You've got a clear idea of who your readers are and you deliver every message in a way that's guaranteed to give them precisely what they need.That's not to say your writing's clinical. Far from it. You've got bags of writerly tricks and techniques to draw on. By embracing your direct approach, you can help others gain valuable insights and make informed decisions.
Your writing style indicates that you're an innovator. You're always eager to explore new technologies and push the boundaries of what's possible. You love brainstorming and bouncing ideas around, but you won’t necessarily be doing it in an office. You're just as likely to be leading your crew out in the city streets or up a mountain on a 'walking and writing' inspiration session. As well as brilliant ideas, everyone looks to you for writing that charms, surprises and dazzles in unexpected ways.If your writing makes people smile, laugh or gasp, your work is done.By harnessing your innovative spirit, you can create groundbreaking content and encourage others to search for inspiration in unexpected places.