A whiteboard, markers, and Post-its are your favorite companions. You often send florid e-mails about ideas, and you’re game for creative risks. Ideas flow, but process can be a drag for you.
Variety helps keep you happy and productive, says Tate, so when possible, organize your day
to alternate between ho-hum tasks and active, creative work. Switch things up every 20 minutes or so if you can. A visualizer tends to stay energetic, focused, and engaged when acting “as a sprinter, rather than a marathoner,” says Tate.