People who are auditory; meaning that they use their sense of hearing the most; physically, mentally and in their speech, will usually move their eyes from side to side. They tend to breath from the middle of their chest. They talk to themselves, and are easily distracted by noise. They learn by listening and memorize by steps and procedures. The auditory person likes to be TOLD how they’re doing, and is very sensitive to a person’s tone of voice or choice of words. The auditory person will be interested in what you have to SAY about your project.
People who are kinesthetic, meaning that they use their sense of touch the most; physically, mentally and in their speech, will breathe from the bottom of their lungs. They often move and talk very slowly. They like to stand closer to a person when talking. They memorize by doing or walking through something.The kinesthetic person will be interested in your project if it FEELS right.