Name/Code __ __ __ __ __ Date: _______________
If you circle more than one YES, put a double circle over the dominant one.
REMEMBER ALSO: These five scenarios have no wrong answers!
1. Late one day, along with other cruise ship passengers, you get stranded on what seems to be uninhabited land. Would you help (without questioning the authority of the task’s temporary leader), start to organize (be responsible for a task and also willing to be held accountable for its success), or help coordinate (in whatever capacity needed at that time)?
Be willing to do? anything I know how to do | anything I was asked to do
Start to organize? yes | no | maybe
Help coordinate? yes | no | maybe
2. It’s been a few weeks now since you won the lottery. You’re getting closer to deciding what to do with the bulk of the money (with what’s left after paying the bills). Would you give money to a special cause (without maintaining control), start a business (anything from a fruit stand to a franchise operation), or simply invest the money and carry on as usual (maybe because you’re already doing something you enjoy?) Again, circle one on each line and then pick a favorite.
Donate to a Cause: yes | no | maybe
Start a business: yes | no | maybe
Carry on as usual yes | no | maybe
3. This talk keeps coming up about vacations. In a debate, would you argue on the side of “periodically, get away from it all,” on “turn vacations into business trips,” or on “if you enjoyed your job, you wouldn’t need a vacation”?
Periodically, I need to get away from it all yes | no | maybe
It’s the best time to conduct business yes | no | maybe
I enjoy my job; I seldom need a vacation yes | no | maybe
4. A genie grants you one wish. Would your wish be practical (communal in nature, family- or group-driven)? grandiose (personal in nature, meaning, ego-driven)? or idealistic (meaning, philosophical, national/global in nature, diversity-driven)?
Practical: yes | no | maybe
Grandiose: yes | no | maybe
Idealistic: yes | no | maybe
5. Do you learn best by studying (reading instructions before assembling items bought as kits)? by doing (e.g., do you try to assemble kits without first reading instructions)? or by sharing (like helping a novice or child discover the joy of assembling their own toys/tools/furniture)?
Through studying: always | sometimes | seldom
I learn by doing: always | sometimes | seldom
While sharing: always | sometimes | seldom