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Color Quiz

This is a cool test.

Existing Situation: Sensuous. Inclined to luxuriate in the things which give gratification to the senses, but rejects anything tasteless, vulgar, or coarse.

Stress Sources: Wishes to be independent, unhampered, and free from any limitation or restriction, other than those which she imposes of herself or by her own choice and decision.

Restrained Characteristics:

1. Remains emotionally unattached even when involved in a close relationship.
2. An un-admitted lack of confidence makes her careful to avoid open conflict and she feels she must make the best of things as they are.
3. Feels that she cannot do much about her existing problems and difficulties and that she must make the best of things as they are.

Desired Objective:
Her need to feel more causative and to have a wider sphere of influence makes her restless and she is driven by her desires and hopes. May try to spread her activities over too wide a field.

Actual Problem:
Feels restricted and prevented from progressing; seeking a solution which will remove these limitations.

Something to share about EQ:
1. You are likely sensitive to the emotional climate of the people around you - your peers, friends, family and key clients.

2. You are well aware of the effect your behavior has on others. Still, while you may be adept at tuning into others and their needs - you must remember your own! Don't be afraid to honestly communicate these difficult needs and feelings. The world is well stocked with martyrs - it doesn't need any more!

3. Think also about your passion for work (or whatever constitutes your main roles in life - manager of people, doer of tasks, 'meeter' of clients' needs, etc). We spend countless hours in our given roles - sometimes without much joy or satisfaction. In the process we become tranquilized by the trivial, sedated by the small details of life. Sure, the laundry needs doing, the groceries need getting, the kids need chauffeuring, the deadlines must be knocked off, but we also need to stop and remember what gives us great joy and meaning. If we fail to remind ourselves (on a regular basis), we risk becoming hostile and cynical. We lose our purpose and this translates to a diminished ability to be effective, at ease and fulfilled.

4. Areas to work on: Ask yourself: What situations generally create tension and stress for you? How are you handling these situations? What negative thoughts play over and over in your mind on a regular basis? Are these a true picture of reality? Are you afraid to share your needs and feelings with others? Is it because you are taking care of everyone else - being a martyr - or acting 'the strong, silent type'?

5. What 3 things give you the greatest meaning in your life? If you work on gaining clarity in these areas, you will move toward maximizing your full potential and finding greater effectiveness, happiness, and fulfillment in your life.

Current mode: Reflective

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