Every brain has a “bent”—talent or innate giftedness. It likely reflects and innate energy advantage in one of the four cerebral divisions. Tasks aligned with your brain bent tend to require lower energy expenditures. With practice, you can often achieve an outstanding level of competence.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Identify your brain’s bent because it has to do with energy and excellence.
—Arlene R. Taylor

"Bent" rhymes with "dent." And whether you follow your brain bent (or not) can result in a smaller or larger dent in your energy bank!
—Arlene R. Taylor

Your brain knows how it functions most effectively and tries to convey this to you. Pay attention to what you procrastinate. Often those tasks represent what is most energy-intensive for your brain. It will do almost anything to avoid unwelcome energy-fatiguing tasks, including snacking, addictive behaviors such as smoking, spending excessive time on social media sites or playing video games, et cetera.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Enjoy your brain's innate giftedness and avoid apologizing for tasks it finds energy intensive—everyone has some. you are unique on this planet and can learn to thrive in your own way.
—Arlene R. Taylor