Attention to detail: Individuals with a low capacity in abstract thinking may have a greater attention to detail, allowing them to focus on specific tasks and ensuring high levels of accuracy and quality.
More concrete thinking and focus on practicality: A lower capacity for strategic and abstract thinking often means that an individual is more oriented towards concrete and practical thinking. This means that they tend to focus on tangible, observable information and solutions, rather than abstract concepts or theories. They may have better attention to specific details that can be observed through our senses and could apply this information to solve certain problems. This means that they may approach problems with more practical solutions that are achievable in the short term. For example, they may be skilled at identifying and addressing immediate challenges, such as technical issues or operational inefficiencies.
Task-oriented and focus on completion: These abilities mean the individuals may be more oriented to following through on and completing them in a timely manner.