Almost anyone fate did not bestow great and continual success. Only the happiness that comes easily, is persistent and accompanied us to the end. Seneca the Younger (born Lucius Annaeus Seneca, called. Philosopher, 4 BC - 65 AD)

Your True Talent Report

Tickle has examined your scores in five sectors of career talent to arrive at your personalized aptitude profile. Based on your test results, your greatest strengths are:

Your primary talent

Rafal, your primary career talent is Spatial Ability.

The ability to visualize objects in three-dimensional space can give you an unusual view of the world. You appear to understand how figures can be manipulated and take on new forms. Because of this talent, you can probably imagine new designs easily, including anything from floor plans to page layouts — and even 3D product prototypes. People like you are usually aces when it comes to putting together assemble-it-yourself furniture or other household items — whether the items arrive with instructions or not.

Your rare talent can make you less likely than most people to be content with the same old thing. As a result, in your work life you might enjoy focusing on visual innovation and proposing new ideas. Your ability to conceptualize objects in their completed form can make you a natural designer or engineer. Your spatial skills can also help you understand the finer points of how things work. Typically, new computer programs or specialized office equipment are no sweat to you. In a world where technology changes so rapidly, you may also find yourself rewarded for your ability to adapt.

Your secondary talent

Your secondary career talent is Numerical Ability.

Whether you like them or not, you're especially good with numbers. Most people who share your skills like the logic and consistency that numbers represent or appreciate that most numeric problems have cut-and-dried solutions. Your test results indicate that you're not only good at calculations but also likely to understand how to use numbers to your advantage in life.

You're the type of person who is wired to manage personal finances with ease. As a result, balancing your checkbook probably isn't an all-day affair like it can be for some people. You're also not typically one to be taken advantage of by wily salespeople offering you not-to-be-missed opportunities. Chances are that you'd be able to run the numbers on whatever nonsense they're trying to sell you much faster than they could get you to sign on the dotted line. While other people's heads might still be spinning, your talent could allow you to calmly see what the best deal really is. In this way, people who are skilled with numbers are rarely anyone's fool.

In the work world, your numeric skill can be a benefit in a variety of ways. You might find that you're a whiz at data analysis or talented at looking at your business' budgets and profit-and-loss statements. Because numbers are at the heart of almost every business enterprise, your understanding of them can make you a valuable commodity.

You see numbers as patterns and are able to apply your pattern-recognition abilities in other aspects of your life.