I'm a bit curious how you might have arrived at this message board from that chart. The chart and related processing model you reference is clearly not part of this web site primarily because it is felt to be overly narrow and somewhat misleading. What the author of that model refers to as visual-spatial processing is really more aligned with the visual portion of the broader conceptual processing style referenced on this site. And what is referred to as auditory-sequential is basically the auditory portion of the broader sequential processing style referenced on this site. It is important to note that conceptual processing involves both visual-conceptual and auditory-conceptual processing and that sequential processing involves both auditory-sequential and visual-sequential processing. So the model you have referenced really only provides part of the story.
To answer your question based upon the LDinfo/CPI processing model, it sounds like you are probably a strong conceptual learner who struggles with sequential processing. This happens to be one of the most common learning or processing styles. Although analytical thinking is associated with a focus on the details of a project (usually considered part of sequential processing), once a broader conceptual understanding has been established, it is quite common for a strong conceptual learner such as yourself to focus in on or analyze the details of any given project or situation. It is simply a matter of establishing the conceptual and contextual basis of understanding BEFORE attempting to analyze the details. In contrast, the sequential learner starts with the details before establishing a broader conceptual understanding.
I hope this makes sense. I invite you to try out the free online CPI to determine your learning style based upon the processing model of this web site.