What would you do if you were even BRAVER?
I’ve been asking hundreds of high-performing leaders, across various industries, this important question over the last few years.
And whether to an Executive Director, a successful business owner, or a Manager the first day of the job, they all have an answer. Because they all have a part of their life they wished they were showing up more powerfully.
We all want to take action towards our dreams, unleash our full potential, and live the life we’ve always imagined.
The truth is, we ALL want to be braver.
And the good news is, we ALL have the capacity to learn to be braver!
Are you looking to stand out in your work place, or gain more respect from your colleagues? Get further, faster? Enjoy greater fulfillment in both your work and your life?
And, you gotta be willing to get your brāv on!
HOW BRAVE ARE YOU?
TAKE THIS QUIZ & FIND OUT!
At the end of the quiz, you’ll receive your personalized results, as well as specific actions in the three areas of your life where you’re ready to be braver.
Answer the following questions as honestly as possible.
Think about how you would currently respond/act in the proposed situation (as opposed to how to would like to respond/act).
There is an activity you have wanted to do for a very long time (karaoke, bungee jumping? bull riding?!?) but you can’t find someone who will do it with you. How likely are you to do it on your own?
You have a bold idea that you believe would help your organization. And, it’s never been done before and just might ruffle a few feathers. How likely are you to share it?
You notice a new colleague in the office. They are clearly in a different department as you, and walk around as though they are always on a serious mission. How likely are you to introduce yourself versus waiting for them to introduce themselves to you?
You’re at a work event, and you notice one of your colleagues has something in their teeth (is that a poppy seed?!?). How likely are you to say something to them?
You have been challenged by a friend to post a selfie on social media in your pajamas - sans make-up, hair not done (bedhead welcome if you dare!) How likely are you to say yes to this challenge?
You’ve ordered a meal with a specific request (not everyone likes pickles on their burgers!), and when it arrives you notice your request wasn’t met. How likely are you to speak up to your server about what happened?
How likely are you to take yourself out on a date, or go for dinner on your own?
If your company asks you to do something that goes against your values, how likely are you to speak up?
You and your co-worker have been asked to represent your organization at an important networking event. You arrive and do not see your partner in crime. How likely are you to walk up to another individual or small group and say hello?
Someone you work with shares your idea with your boss and claims it as their own. Which song best represents how you’re most likely to respond?
Please answer the following multiple-choice questions. Answer as honestly as possible… think about how you would currently respond or act in the proposed situation, as opposed to how you would like to respond or act.
You have been asked to give a presentation at work, but you have a fear of public speaking. How are you most likely to respond?
You walk into the board room for a regularly scheduled meeting. How are you most likely to proceed?
When you find yourself feeling very uncomfortable, how are you most likely to act?
You hear of a position that is opening internally, which would be a significant promotion for you. The role excites you, even though you’re not sure you have all of the qualifications, and you’re pretty sure one of your colleagues is also applying. What are you most likely to do?
Your friend or a family member has asked for your help for an upcoming charity event they are organizing. You already have a jam-packed schedule and a lot of work deadlines coming up. How are you most likely to respond?
Your boss requests changes to the report you’ve been working on all week, at 4:00pm on Friday afternoon. You know it will take you well into the evening to work through them properly, and you have plans (Hawaiian dinner party awaits, as does your hula skirt!) How are you most likely to respond?
One of your colleagues continues to talk over you in meetings, and it seems they dismiss all of your ideas. They don’t seem to notice — or to care. Which song best represents how you’re most likely to respond?
You get an urge to change your hair, and are thinking about adding some purple highlights. (Why not?!?) Your partner laughs, telling you it’s the silliest idea they’ve ever heard. You are most likely to:
An acquaintance you bump into asks you how you’re doing, and the truth is you’re not exactly doing fine. You’re most likely to:
You just found out your male counterpart is making more than you are, and you hold the same role and have the same responsibilities. How likely are you to bring this up to HR?