Mindset Test

Mindset is a crucial field of personality psychology that you can primarily study through exploring The Enneagram, DiSC and The Big5. Our mindset reflects our developed beliefs and thought patterns. We feel strongly that the world is a certain way and that we should act and be a certain way. This is in part connected to our innate values (studied by the Enneagram and the MBTI) and our social behaviour and actions (studied by the Big 5 and the DiSC)

Because we have a mindset, we have a certain self-image. We perceive ourselves and other people as certain kinds of people. For example, we either believe the world is or is not fair. Our concept of fairness is an intimate reminder of how we want the world to be, and what is most important to us, and what we need to do to make it (or keep it) so. The test and the results are experimental and the scores need to be weighted. Save the link and send it to me if you want an analysis.

Results are not perfectly coded yet, questions have yet to be weighted, dichotomies and result descriptions have not yet been written.

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1.I believe in always having a goal and knowing what to do *
2.I prefer to stick to a tried-and-true approach *
3.I feel more comfortable doing things by the books *
4.I can go from sad to happy in a matter of minutes *
5.I can get easily stuck in a thought or viewpoint *
6.I tend to get scattered and distracted easily *
7.I can easily prioritise what goals or actions are most relevant for me *
8.I tend to see right and wrong as something that is very nuanced and hard to define *
9.I tend to see everything new as interesting *
10.I have strong, nonnegotiable principles and values *
11.I tend to go quickly from idea to idea to idea *
12.I stick to a decision once made *
13.I tend to change my routine and methods all the time *
14.I tend to keep an open mind no matter what other people want to do *
15.I come up with new ideas all the time *
16.I prefer not to make a decision and just keep an open mind *
17.I find it hard to think of new ideas *
18.I find it hard to maintain focus for a longer time *
19.I tend to lose myself in thinking about something *
20.I’m always thinking about what’s next *
21.I tend to feel things very deeply *
22.I’d do what felt right or wrong no matter what anyone else thought *
23.I’d rarely change my mind, even if the other person made a good argument *
24.I find it easy to prioritise between different things *
25.I have more ideas than I can finish *
26.I can get so lost in a task I forget about everything else *
27.I tend to have more going on than I can count *
28.I tend to be sceptical of new information *
29.I tend to question everything *
30.I tend to see everything as uncertain *
31.I tend to see everything as a question *
32.I tend to see things as short-term rather than long-term *
33.I’d rather work in a fast paced environment with lots to do *
34.I’d rather be consistent than innovative *
35.I’d rather do one thing at a time than many in one go *
36.I’d rather trust my gut than ask others for advice *
37.I’d rather feel one thing strongly than many things lightly *
38.I’d rather think about what’s next than what happened yesterday *
39.I’d rather stick to a goal than question it *
40.I believe it’s better to stick to a decision than adjust to the situation *

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