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Balance Life Quiz

Ever wonder if who you think you are matches the reality of how you most often function in life? Would you benefit from an honest reflection of your favorite go-to approaches to various daily circumstances? We are all a part of some type of community, and we need to find the place in that community to most joyously and effectively shine our strengths and accept others’ differences.

Take our Balance Life Quiz and find out how you score! Then explore the opportunities Sunrise Ranch offers to help bring balance to your life and grow your options.

Thinking vs. Doing Dyad

In a new situation, I tend to watch and listen before participating.

For each behavioral approach dyad, e.g., Thinking vs. Doing, select the single number on the sliding scale in the center column that best reflects your typical, or most frequently used approach in the given situation.

In a new situation I usually just go for it--sink or swim!
When I buy something that requires assembly, I read the instructions first and then follow them.
When I buy something that requires assembly, I usually see if I can figure it out before I read the instructions.
At a party, I listen more than I talk, and I usually don't move around too much.
At a party, I tend to talk to a lot of different people.
I prefer to think through things before acting.
I learn best by thinking about what just happened.

Group vs. Individual Dyad

On a typical day, I spend more time connecting with other people than I spend on my tasks, projects, or work.

For each behavioral approach dyad, e.g., Group vs. Individual, select the single number on the sliding scale in the center column that best reflects your typical, or most frequently used approach in the given situation.

On a typical day I spend more time on my tasks, projects or work than I spend connecting with other people.
I often feel that work interferes with my relationships with other people.
I often feel that interacting with people interferes with my spending as much time as I want on my tasks.
Connecting with others recharges me.
Working on a personal project recharges me.
In a relationship, I am usually the one who desires more closeness and togetherness.
In a relationship, I am usually the one who desires more space and independence.

Creating vs. Fixing Dyad

When I look at life, I tend to trust that everything will work out fine.

For each behavioral approach dyad, e.g., Creating vs. Fixing, select the single number on the sliding scale in the center column that best reflects your typical, or most frequently used approach in the given situation.

When I look at life, I tend to ruminate on what could go wrong.
I am more likely to be a pathfinder who creates opportunities for people.
I am more likely to be a protector who takes care of people.
I tend to focus on rising above problems and moving forward.
I tend to confront problems or dangers head-on.
I tend to be the person who comes up with new ideas.
I tend to be the person who sees the potential obstacles in new ideas.


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