One Question Personality Test

One Question Personality Test

Would you like to know more about yourself and how you are perceived by others? If you don't, you should. Why? Because each one of us may be two people: the person we think we are and the person other people think we are.

Wasn't it Robert Burns, the famous Scottish poet, who said way back in the 1700s - no, although I'm older than dirt, he was not a personal acquaintance - ""O wad some power the giftie gie us, To see oursel's as ithers see us!"

Here is a very simple one-question personality test. All you have to do is answer one simple question. Are you up for it? Okay. This is the scenario:

You have your entire day tomorrow free of any obligation whatsoever. You don't have to go to work. You don't have to pick the kids up at school. You don't have to walk the dog. You don't have to pick up your mother-in-law at the airport. (Just kidding). You don't have any responsibilities whatsoever.

The Question: What would you like to do most tomorrow?

Below is a list of sixteen choices. Pick the one you would most like to do more than any other. Just one.

Don't agonize over it. Just choose the one phrase that describes what you would like to do the most tomorrow. Write it down.

o o Organize a class reunion

o o Imagine how the world could be improved

o o Play charades

o o Have a conversation with a friend

o o Be president of a club

o o Contemplate your perfect home

o o Discuss the way things work in the world

o o Play chess

o o Organize a party

o o Help a friend move

o o Participate in an art class

o o Go dancing or to a party

o o Quietly speculate on practical ideas

o o Make a tour of houses

o o Play poker

o o Head out for the country

Ready? Were you choosy? Did you choose a choice?

Do not scroll down until you have chosen your choice.

Now ... read the personality description below the choice you chose. Is that you?

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