I once had an educator who, on the principal day of class of another school year, guided the greater part of the understudies to take out a bit of paper and draw a pig. In the wake of trading a couple of bewildered looks, we started drawing.
Some drew pigs with extensive bodies and put them amidst the page. Others drew pigs with little bodies and set them at the highest point of the page. A few understudies’ pigs were definite; highlighting eyes that shimmered, tails that twisted, and feet that pointed. Other understudies’ pigs were basic; highlighting minimal in excess of a round head over an oval body.
At the point when all had completed, the instructor hauled out his own bit of paper and started to peruse from it. “On the off chance that you put your pig towards the highest point of the paper,” he stated, “you are a constructive and idealistic individual. In the event that you set your pig towards the center, you are a pragmatist. In the event that you set your pig towards the base, you are cynical, and are able to carry on adversely.” He kept perusing. “On the off chance that your pig highlights numerous points of interest, you are investigative, wary, and doubtful. On the off chance that your pig highlights a few points of interest, you are passionate, gullible, and are able to go out on a limb.” And so he read until the identity attributes of each understudy in the room were uncovered. Read More