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Mental Kaleidoscope
 

A kaleidoscope creates beautiful patterns from chaotic bits and pieces, which are scattered everywhere. When the kaleidoscope is turned, disorder becomes order, chaos becomes beauty and symmetry. Our minds are something of that nature too. Our attitudes, beliefs and personalities create a beautiful pattern that determines how we respond to situations, people and events we encounter. Learn what's pattern through this interesting quiz.
A kaleidoscope creates beautiful patterns from chaotic bits and pieces, which are scattered everywhere. When the kaleidoscope is turned, disorder becomes order, chaos becomes beauty and symmetry. Our minds are something of that nature too. Our attitudes, beliefs and personalities create a beautiful pattern that determines how we respond to situations, people and events we encounter. Learn what's pattern through this interesting quiz.
When your manager or your client wishes to speak with you, you automatically assume it must either be a problem or negative feedback
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Imagine you were about to start a presentation and the presentation doesn't work. It takes you a couple of minutes to put it back on. You have a great presentation after that. What are the chances that after the presentation you will still keep thinking about the presentation not starting compared to the presentation going well.
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Imagine you are working on a critical project and the funding doesn't come through, your first thought is "They don't like the project and all the effort has gone waste"
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
If you are not selected for an assignment, you would explain the situation as "May be I don't have the skills to do it now, but doesn't mean I am not skilled at all"
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
How often do you find yourself worrying about the number of tasks you have at hand without trying to solve them
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
You have been struggling to finish a critical project for some time now and are constantly facing one difficulty or the other. Which of the following options represents your thoughts aptly?
I need to get an expert's help to finish this quickly
May be I should accept I failed
This can be an opportunity for me to showcase my leadership skills
I need to tell my manager to give me more time for the upcoming projects
May be I should deny that I have a problem
People who tend to believe they have succeeded even before they start a task are usually show offs
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
If you have a conflict at work you are not able to deal with, you have a go-to person to help you out
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
On a client call, the client asks you for some data that you were not prepared with. How do you respond?
Fumble and lose control over your presentation
Refer to some content and manage to bring up some periphery information
Manage to look at past data and give approximate numbers
Manage a workaround based on your experience
I always know my data well even though it may not have been formally calculated
Do you believe failures are hard to forget and successes are hard to remember
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Shailesh recently failed the interview he gave for the job he has wanted for the longest time. How do you think should he respond?
He may think he can't get a job right now because the job market is so bad
He could take this chance to figure how best he can work on his skills
Wonder if he is not good enough
He could try for this again at a later point
Figure if he can still do something to better his existing job
Rahul was presenting a project in front of his team when he suddenly went blank. Later Rahul explained this by saying he always gets it wrong, he can't do much about it. How often do you also respond to challenenges in a similar manner?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Everytime something goes wrong your instinctive response is, things never work out the way you want them to. How true is this for you
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Do you feel that in most of your life situations you tend to look at the brighter side of things?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
If you have an argument with someone, the rest of your day goes downhill from there. How true is this for you?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Do you feel you am usually good at finding solution your problems or others problems
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
In an event of a conflict I prefer saying little and leaving from there as soon as possible. How much do you relate to this statement.
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Imagine you want to resign from your current job and have to have this discussion with your manager. It's tricky because your manager has supported you all throughout in your work. How often would you find yourself anxious and uneasy in handling this situation?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
You have recently had an argument with a close friend at work. You are disturbed by it. How often would you find yourself trying to meet the other person half way?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
In order to resolve conflicts I find myself compromising and trying to move on. How often is this true for you?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
I believe conflicts are best resolved by arguing your case and insisting on the merits of your point of view. How often do you fid yourself behaving this way?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Have you experienced fatigue, sleeplessness, anxiety and have been worried in the last two weeks?
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
Do you find your days beginning with a certain anxiety and having a hard time relaxing
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
You have a hard time juggling with different roles and end up shouting at either a sub ordinate or a family member
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
How often do you use meditation and other relaxation techniques when stressed
Always
Usually
Sometimes
Rarely
Never
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