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Which statement best describes your view about your commitments to yourself?
I make commitment to myself only if I’m convinced that it really makes good sense to do it.
If someone else is holding me accountable for my commitments, I’ll meet them – but if no one knows except me, I struggle.
I bind myself as little as possible.
I take my commitments to myself as seriously as my commitments to other people.
What’s the most frustrating thing about yourself?
I can take time for other people, but I can’t take time for myself.
I stick to my usual habits and I can’t violate the rules.
As soon as someone expects me to do something, I don’t want to do it.
My constant need for more information exhausts me.
Have you ever kept a resolution where you weren’t accountable to anyone?
Yes, I’m good at keeping resolutions, I make them whenever the time seems right, I would not wait for the New Year.
Sure. I’m good at keeping resolutions, even ones that no one knows about but me.
I’ve trouble with all kinds of resolution, so I’m not inclined to make one. When I’m only helping myself, I often struggle.
No. I hate to bind myself in any way.
How did you form healthy habits in the past?
I had a group of liked-minded and people I was answerable to.
Usually I don’t choose to bind myself. That’s too much restriction.
I did a lot of research about why and how I might keep that habit.
Usually I’m pretty good at sticking to habits, even when no one else cares.
If people complain about your behavior it sounds like …
You ask so many questions, you don’t trust my skills.
You are such an undependable person and let us down all the time.
You always stick to your own routines, no matter what others do.
You are not good at taking time for yourself. That’s the cause of problems.
Which statement suits you best?
Discipline equals freedom.
Asks necessary questions, even provocative questions.
Puts others – clients, family, neighbors, coworkers – first.
Freethinker – refuses to be bossed by others.
In group works I am the one…
Who provides results and forces efficiency.
Who does lots of research and questions the process.
Who does the creative part and comes and goes whenever he/she wants.
Who everybody relies on and always joins the meetings.
Which statement is yours?
I do the things when I want to and how I want to. If someone else wants me to do something, I won’t do it.
I do what others expect me to do but also what I expect me to do.
I do what I think makes the most sense, according to my judgment, even if that means ignoring the rules of other people’s expectations.
Commitments to others should never be broken, but commitments to myself can be broken.
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