A Get into action quickly and figure it out as I go. I like to experiment, try new ideas, and evolve. B Like to familiarize myself with the people involved then work out the details. C Start by gathering information before I begin working on a project. D Think about it then decide how to best go about the task before wasting time on irrelevant tasks. I plan my work and work my plan.
Experimentation is a part of business, but if excessive, can increase your risk to where yo put the business in jeopardy. Studies of business failures list excessive experimentation as one of the main reasons new businesses go bankrupt.
Depending on your personality your answer to this question reflects your natural tendencies. For example, if you are analytical you likely answered c and the controllers reading this book likely answered d. Since the promoter just wants to get going and loves flexibility, they will have answered a. For supporters, their need for connection with others finds them answering B.
Everyone has an analytical, promoter, supporter, and controller side to their personality. If you have answered all of the above questions, then you are a true analytical, the one trying to figure out why I am asking you all these questions and how answering these questions is going to help you. The answer is the better you know your strengths and weaknesses the more you can adapt and grow.