Some people in the sales profession are able to become very wealthy while others have trouble paying their rent. What is exactly is the difference between these two groups?
Are you creative? This test attempts to answer this question by measuring four factors of creativity: imagination, risk tolerance, complexity, and curiosity.
While these days there is a lot of focus on developing self-confidence, it is possible to take it a little over the top, and others will begin to see you as an obnoxious and selfish person. Take this test to find out how you score on self-confidence continuum scale.
Although famous marshmallow experiment has shown that some people seem to be born with strong willpower, it doesn’t mean you can’t develop these qualities in your lifetime. Take this quick test to find out how good your self-discipline is.
Locus of control is allocation of responsibility for the events in your life. Do you feel like you are in control of your environment and the outcomes you are getting, or do you feel helpless and frustrated as if you were caught up in the river of life? Take this test to find out where do you place the responsibility.
Although people generally experience the world via five senses — sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell, each person may have their preferred mode of perception. This test is designed to help you find out whether you tend to prefer the visual, auditory, or kinesthetic modality and to what degree.
If you had to name only one thing that made success not only possible but likely, what that one thing would be?
What are the most sought after skills by employers? They are many, but some of the most common requirements is to be able to communicate effectively as well as to organize your work and to be able to handle difficult situations. This test measures how well you score in this area at the moment.
Overview of democratic leadership theory, examples, pros and cons with graphic representation of the concept. In addition, other forms of participative decision-making has been discussed — collective, autocratic, and consensus.
Motivation is powerful. When it’s present, it helps us do hard things. When it’s absent, even simple things seem like a stretch. Read all about different types of motivation and how you can use them to get yourself closer to your goals.