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There are 86 statements in this tool. Be honest as you evaluate each statement. Think of the content in each statement as YOU see yourself; not how you think others view you. At the end of each statement is a check box for True or False. Answer "True" if the entire statement applies to you - or MOSTLY applies to you. Answer "False" if part of the statement does not apply to you, or if the entire statement MOSTLY does not apply to you. To receive your results, you will need to provide an email address.

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1. I usually prefer activities that I can do alone, such as reading, than to activities with a lot of others.
2. I can be seen as moody and sensitive to criticism.
3. When other people ignore me, or avoid me in some way, it makes me feel bad.
4. I get a lot of fun out of life.
5. I tend to be tolerant of others.
6. My weak self-confidence makes me underestimate my abilities.
7. I often arrive late and forget what I’ve promised people.
8. I don’t get excited or upset unless something drastic happens.
9. I’m deeply loyal to a few friends, rather than the kind of person who has a lot of friends.
10. I like to spend time planning things way ahead of time.
11. I succeed when others may fail, primarily because I keep pushing when they get discouraged or quit.
12. Sometimes I think about getting revenge for old wrongs.
13. I rarely get upset.
14. I am motivated by the people around me. If they are busy I get busy; if they aren’t I’m not either.
15. I enjoy myself and life, and my attitude seems contagious to people I’m with.
16. I can easily hold grudges against people who are rude to me.
17. One of my best assets is my strong will.
18. Did somebody say party? Bring it on. I enjoy parties.
19. The term “easygoing” describes me nicely.
20. I see myself as a cheerful person and quite sociable.


About This Free Personality Type Assessment

What makes understanding your personality type important?

Every person is born with a personality type. We call it a “language.” Four temperaments make up a person’s personality type. Each person is born with a mix of all four, but the one, two or three that are stronger in a person, create that person’s specific “language.”

The problem is, the differences in perspective and behavior of each temperament language, and each temperament mix, can cause difficulties in a team. A team leader understands that there are no right or wrong languages, and places no judgment on a person’s personality type.

Our default mindset, however, tends to think others should talk OUR language and see “it” the way we do. A wise leader, however, understands that the best language to speak, is the language of the other person.

In fact, learning how the different temperament languages interact creates a clear understanding of why certain people don’t get along with others, how to solve communication difficulties, even how to better delegate or deal with conflict.

Take this free personality test to learn what YOUR language is.

A wise leader practices speaking ALL the languages and can connect with anyone.