Be Your Best and Achieve Your Dreams survey



Do you bring your best to every aspect of your life? Take this brief survey to see. Look for Be Your Best and Achieve Your Dreams at

Let's see how you score on Be Your Best and Achieve Your Dreams. Each of us is at our best some of the time - and we all can do a better job of bringing our best self to some aspects of our lives. Please complete all 25 questions.

Are you confident that your professional presence conveys your value to colleagues, potential clients, and employers?

Are you comfortable with the amount of clutter in your life?

Do you smile naturally and easily?

Do you invest in self-care? Do you take the time and energy to take care of yourself by working out, scheduling downtime, reading for pleasure, etc.?

Do you have clear, written, long-term goals supported by short-term goals?

Sometimes our ideas or our products are rejected. At times if feels as if we are rejected personally. When rejection occurs, how do you feel?

Do your eating habits give you great support nutritionally?

Are you in a "master mind" group that supports you as you move toward your life targets?

Do you modify your environment so that it provides you better support?

Do you regularly do a checkup on your appearance for face-to-face interaction? Do you check your breath, teeth, clothes, etc.?

Do you regularly benchmark against others without being hypercritical to yourself?

Do you monitor KPIs (key performance indicators) to verify that you are on track?

Do you work in an environment where your professional development is encouraged and supported?

Do you use a "vision board" to focus your conscious and unconscious mind on your life targets?

Are you comfortable giving and receiving sincere compliments?

Do you invest in technologies, tools, and trainings that make your life easier and more productive?

Do you get enough sleep to be fresh for every interaction?

Are you familiar with using "Pareto Analysis" to choose your most important actions?

Some people avoid all "extra curricular" activities at work. They avoid office parties, after hours events, and informal socializing opportunities with colleagues.

Can you articulate and share your special talents and unique abilities without feeling like you are bragging?

Do you carefully proofread important memos, emails, and other documents before you send or post them?

Have you considered partners and alliances to support your success?

Do you have a mentor for your personal or professional development?

Do your goals have milestones with deadlines?

Are you familiar with detailed planning (stakeholder analysis, risk analysis, communications planning, listing what’s in scope and and what’s out of scope, etc.)?

Thank you very much for taking this assessment.



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