6-Key Values Quiz

There are 6 areas in one’s life which determines how happy and successful he or she will be. However, without conscious introspection, rarely does anyone not have a weakness, an Achilles heel. By taking this quiz, it is our goal to help you determine what it may be, so you can strengthen it and achieve complete success and happiness. Be totally honest; it’s the only way this will be fruitful.

For each statement, choose whether you never do it, sometimes do it, do it often or always do it.

 

 

Question 1 of 18

1. I admit when I am wrong and show humility and respect for the input of others.  I do not believe, or act like I know all the answers.
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Question 2 of 18

2. I am a well-balanced person and I involve the right mix of people in decisions.  I have a constructive dialogue and genuinely care about getting the right outcome.
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Question 3 of 18

3. I keep my ego in check, choose words wisely, do not over react, and am comfortable with myself.
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Question 4 of 18

4. I take ownership, have good influencing skills and do not point fingers at or blame others.
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Question 5 of 18

5. I am altruistic (less selfish) and selfless.  I am willing to make sacrifices, or accommodations to others, where and when it really counts.
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Question 6 of 18

6. I have a good practice of shaking hands where appropriate and with confidence.  People feel comfortable in my presence.
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Question 7 of 18

7. I am willing to be quiet and listen.  I am not fearful of what is said.  I remain calm, concentrate on matters at hand and pay close attention.
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Question 8 of 18

8. I am tactful when I disagree.  I do not take things personally most of the time. I am not in denial.
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Question 9 of 18

9. I probe carefully, being more reflective than reactionary in listening.  I will ask Why? What? How? types of questions.
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Question 9 of 18

Question 10 of 18

10. I have good judgment, am highly trusted, get the right things done effectively and efficiently.  I attract and leverage good people.
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Question 10 of 18

Question 11 of 18

11. I come across as very genuine and congruent person (my body language is in sync with my message).  I also respect other people’s space (not “in your face” all of the time).
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Question 12 of 18

12. I am a pleasurable and trusting person to work with.
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Question 13 of 18

13. I am self-compassionate.  I am willing to accept myself with an open heart.  I am not not caught up in patterns of fear, negativity and isolation much, if any, of the time.
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Question 14 of 18

14. I am culturally sensitive.  I have a sense and awareness of global etiquette when dealing with different cultures.  I do not usually embarrass others or insult someone on a recurring basis.
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Question 15 of 18

15. I pay close attention to what people are saying and ask for clarification where appropriate.  I am “fully present.”
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Question 16 of 18

16. I have the courage to step up to greater challenges and make time to focus on self-improvement.
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Question 17 of 18

17. I leverage other people’s talent to the highest potential, encourage thinking and ideas, cultivate good debate and delegate well, giving people ownership.
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Question 18 of 18

18. People have a sense of harmony working with me. That means a good working relationship, smooth cooperation and a sense of belonging.
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Question 18 of 18


 

 

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