I have recently spent a fair amount of time taking these little psychological tests online. They are pretty fun and most of the time they are fairly accurate. Nevertheless, a few of the results show something that I don’t believe I really am. These are definitely not perfect and on many occasions I had to choose an answer I didn’t really feel was the answer I was looking for. But either way a lot of it is on target and I’m proud of it, because that is what I was shooting for. I took these tests at www.emode.com incase you wanted to try some out yourself. I hope you have a fun journey through how I work…Take a look at the previous post for even more test results.
What’s Your Driving Alter Ego?
Jason, your alter ego is a Relaxed driver
For you, life is to be enjoyed, not fussed over. Sure, you know things can’t always be the way you want them to be, which is why you sometimes get frazzled in the rush and push of daily life. But you know when that happens, you need only hop in your car, turn up your favorite CD, hit the one-lane street out to your favorite beach, or the major road into the city.
No doubt you’re at your best when you’re truly a part of your surroundings – one with nature and the road. To find that feeling every day, you should drive a car that reflects who you are and who you want to be: out in the open, relaxed, and at peace with the world around you.
What’s Your Comfort Cocktail?
Jason, you’re a Comfort Colada
Being with you is like taking a vacation. When it comes right down to it, you’re good-hearted, smooth, and just the right amount of sweet. Chances are you’re the first call people make when they need someone to cheer them up or when they want someone to celebrate with. You’re supportive, encouraging, and know how to have a good time.
Grab a glass, and one for your friends. Add 2 ice cubes, 1 1/2 oz of Southern Comfort, 1 oz of cream of coconut, 2 oz of pineapple juice, and mix them up in a blender to make a festive cocktail that’s just as chill as you are!
Where Are You Most at Home?
Jason, you’re most at home in the Garage
There’s just something really comforting about that refuge off the side of the house. Whether it’s where you’ve made a studio, a shop, or where you store all your memories that normally clutter your closets, the garage somehow speaks to you. No expectations. No deadlines. And certainly no dress code. That adds to the allure as an ideal haven for you.
What Flavor Fits You?
Jason, your flavor is Groovy Grapefruit
With a laidback style and anything-goes outlook, your groove is mellow yellow. People enjoy hanging out with you for your calming vibe and unique perspective on life. That’s probably because you aren’t one to let everyday stress get you down. In fact, your pals would say they’ve rarely seen your feathers ruffled. But as much as you enjoy the company of your compadres, you’re just as happy to spend time solo. Why follow the crowd when you can chill down your own path?
Are You a Suave Guy?
Although you might not win the blue ribbon, you’re pretty darn good at the dating game! Odds are you’re quite the woman-magnet most of the time – it’s a rare occasion when you’re without an admirer. You’re a real charmer, and when your sensitive side kicks in, you can be irresistible. Someone taught you very well. But while you definitely know how to make a woman feel special, there’s still a little room for improvement. Make sure you let a girl know how much you appreciate her with your words and attentive behavior. Listening to your date and expressing your feelings are sure-fire ways to capture her heart. So, keep up the good work – at the rate you’re going, you won’t be on the market much longer!
Are You High Maintenance?
Maybe you’re self-sufficient and practical, or maybe you’re just slightly unkempt. Either way, you tend to think that top-of-the-line products are unnecessary and excessive, and you don’t indulge yourself with more than you need. We think it’s safe to say that you don’t put much emphasis on the how trendy or high-quality your products and possessions are. You’re a firm believer in the philosophy of “less is more.”
Okay, you’re either awfully secure in your relationships, or you have very low standards. Sure, it’s admirable that you don’t need your significant other to give you constant reassurance of his/her feelings, verbally or with actions. But you should be sure that you’re keeping quiet for the right reasons. Do you think you don’t deserve respect and attention? If not, you probably don’t think highly enough of yourself. On the other hand, if you are truly satisfied with your relationship and don’t have any unfulfilled expectations, then congratulations – your low-maintenance attitude probably makes both you and your partner very happy!
It’s a safe bet that you don’t spend much time grooming yourself. Your lack of concern about your appearance means you’re either physically blessed or a little messy. The fact that you don’t always feel like you have to look your best could be the result of either a super-healthy level of self-confidence or a disregard for others’ opinions. Either way, it’s no skin off your nose if you’re happy with how you look.
Are You a Risk Taker?
Well aren’t you just the silliest thing? You can definitely be off-the-wall and don’t have a problem doing things other people think are goofy, which probably means you’re looking for lots of fun and excitement when you take risks. And chances are you recognize that the best thing about fun risk-taking is that you don’t threaten your physical health but still get to enjoy yourself.
When it comes to physical danger, you’re willing to take some pretty big risks! There’s probably not much you won’t try at least once – you may even be known for being first in line. While it’s fine to be on the lookout for excitement and new experiences, your tendency toward danger should be moderated with some common sense. Use your head before you take any serious risks – we want you to have fun, not break your neck!
Boy, are you an emotional risk-taker! They haven’t invented a life-changing, emotional challenge that scares you. Some people might be afraid to confess a crush or be the first to say “I love you,” but you go for it every time. That makes for an exciting, often fulfilling journey through life, as long as you don’t put too much of yourself on the line at once.
Emode’s Original Inkblot Test
Jason, your subconscious mind is driven most by Peace
You have a deeply-rooted desire to make peace in the world. Whether through subtle interactions with loved ones, or through getting involved in social causes, it is important to you to be able to influence the world in a positive way.
You have a deep respect for humankind. You care about the future of the world, even beyond your own involvement in it, and you inspire others to feel the same way. Your innate drive toward peace guides you in daily life towards decisions that are respectful toward yourself and others.
Your psyche is very rich; the more you learn about it, the more you will understand who you really are.
What Are You Looking for in a Relationship?
Jason, you’re looking for a Frisky Fling
You’re ready for an adventurous, free-spirited affair to remember. And if it comes in the form of someone who shakes up your world a bit, helps you expand your horizons, then decides to stay for awhile – all the better.
The 7 Secrets of Highly Successful People
Jason, your secret to success is to be Self-Sufficient
Most of the time, your determination knows no bounds. At your core, you possess an unshakable belief in yourself. As a result, even when you’re faced with setbacks, you are rarely discouraged from the goals that you’ve set. You tend to feel that doing something yourself ensures that the job is getting done the right way.
Being independent and doing things on your own is an admirable quality. More than most people, you can set goals yourself and be your own coach and motivator. As a result, employers can feel at ease when they give you a project. They know that they won’t have to be looking over your shoulder to see that it’s completed. Your self-sufficiency also means that you don’t need constant approval from others to know how you’re doing. When it comes to evaluating your work, you’re usually both your own best cheerleader and toughest critic.