Individual Authenticity Quiz

Here are some of the questions we and many of the people we work with ask to determine their authenticity. We invite you to answer these questions and gain some insight into your personal Authenticity Quotient. This evaluation is self-scoring. At the end of the evaluation you will receive a number of recommendations you can put to work in your life today. You might also want to take the Organizational Authenticity Evaluation.

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PART ONE -

• Are you currently experiencing areas in your life – at work and at home – where you feel there is less meaning and purpose than you would like there to be?

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• Have you allowed what you do as work in the world to become ordinary, habitual and perhaps more about gaining financial security than about learning and contributing to the well-being of others?

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• Are the contributions you are making at work motivated more by your desire for recognition and status than they are about adding genuine value?

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• Do you take some of your personal relationships for granted rather than making them a priority and investing sufficient time, energy and attention in them?

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• Are your personal relationships more often about getting what you want and satisfying your personal needs than they are about giving, serving and supporting others as well as yourself?

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• Are you listening more to the world around you – loved ones, family, friends, colleagues and society at large - than to the prompts that issue from your “inner voice”?

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• Are you delegating responsibility for the fulfillment of your goals and desires to others more than you demonstrating accountability for your own wants and needs?

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• Are your values shaped more by the outside world and your desire to belong than by your inner sense of what is right and appropriate for you and those you love?

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• Are the things you do every day at work and at home more about “not losing” than about taking genuine risks to improve your life and to assist others to fulfill their dreams?

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Do you overlook and excuse your own limiting beliefs and behaviors more than you demonstrate a willingness to work on and replace the beliefs and habits that limit you?

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• In short, have you inadvertently gone on automatic and thrown in the towel on parts of your own life more than you are committed to bringing greater meaning and purpose into your life and the lives of people around you?

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