This entrepreneurship quiz helps you to take 100% ownership for the path you travel. You will self-assess your happiness with 10 key areas in your life, and see how much room you have for improvement. Ready to take the quiz?
Entrepreneurship is about taking one hundred percent ownership of every aspect of your life. When you do this, you will increase your level of happiness from where it is now to where you desire it to be. You could say that entrepreneurship is a personal development journey.
A person who takes 100% ownership of their lives brings to their community. This value is based on their skill and how they demonstrate this to the people they serve.
Take time now to answer the following self-assessment exercise. Write your answers in a notebook. Then use this notebook on a daily basis to record ideas, goals, experiences, results, etc. This is a record of your development journey to become a valuable person in your community.
Entrepreneurship Quiz: How Happy Are You?
The following list assesses the percentage of happiness in key areas of your life. When you finish reading each bullet point, write down the first number (between 0 and 100) that you think of. This will identify the current percentage of your level of life satisfaction.
- Personal Development
- Financial Position
- Time Management
- Lifelong Learning
- Community Leadership
Rate your happiness level between 0 and 100 for each category.
If your answer to any or all of these areas is less than 100%, it means that you have not become all that you can be. You have room for improvement. To improve, you need to change. And change requires you accepting 100% ownership for every area of your life. To help you do this, I have created a personal development contract for you to sign.
You can also access my personal development online courses at KESWiN™ Academy.
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