Thanks for sharing your worksheet. I needed some ideas about organizing this kind of stuff.
Well everyone has their own process and if that works for you that's fantastic.
Now I write mysteries. So somehow their 'reading' of people, her psychic and his film, would lead them together into solving something.
If I wrote romance this would be a perfect 'cougar' relationship...they have the ability to 'read' people in common.
There is a great book that will help you with just that problem.
It's called What Would Your Character Do? It has about 30 situatation, such as a Family Reunion and it will set up little scenes like planning the reunion... Does your character take charge, does your character help the one in charge, does your character offer to help then not, does your character say "nope not helping".
It also breaks people into 4 (or5) character groups and tells you which response to a ? best fit that character group, helps keep you on track.
It is great book. I do a bunch of the exercises for the MCs and usually 2 or 3 for side characters. I would suggest owning it, I refer to it a lot.
I didn't use to do this, but I've now found myself doing it as a sort of shorthand just so I can get what I need written and come back later for details. I'll probably do it more and get more writing done because I used to let myself get hung up on stuff like this.