10 Questions To Determine Your Personality

1. When faced with a problem, do you prefer to :

a) Solve it on your own
b) Discuss it with others
c) Seek guidance from a leader or authority figure

2. Which of the following best describes your communication style?

a) Direct and to-the-point
b) Diplomatic and tactful
c) Expressive and animated

3. How do you react to change or unexpected situations?

a) Embrace it and adapt quickly
b) Take some time to process and adjust
c) Resist it and prefer things to stay the same

4. In a group setting, would you describe yourself as:

a) A leader
b) A team player
c) Independent and prefer to work alone

5. How do you approach decision-making?

a) Carefully weigh the pros and cons before making a choice
b) Go with your gut instinct
c) Seek input and advice from others

6. How do you like to spend your free time?

a) Engaging in physical activities or hobbies
b) Spending time with friends and family
c) Relaxing and unwinding alone

7. Do you consider yourself to be:

a) Outgoing and sociable
b) Reserved and introverted
c) Somewhere in between

8. How do you handle stress and pressure?

a) Stay calm and composed
b) Tend to get overwhelmed
c) Can handle it but prefer not to

9. How do you prefer to receive feedback?

a) Constructive criticism
b) Positive reinforcement
c) Both are fine

10. What motivates you?

a) Accomplishing personal goals
b) Helping others and making a difference
c) Achieving success and recognition

After completing the quiz, compare your answers to the following key:

Mostly A's: You are independent, proactive, and have a take-charge attitude.
Mostly B's: You are a team player, cooperative, and value harmony.
Mostly C's: You are analytical and reflective and prefer stability over change.


An independent personality is a type of personality that values personal freedom, autonomy, and self-reliance. People with independent personalities often have a strong sense of self and do not rely on others for validation or decision-making. They are confident in their abilities and comfortable taking on challenges and making decisions independently.

They value their independence and may resist attempts to control or restrict their freedom.
Independent individuals often have a clear sense of their values, beliefs, and goals and are not easily swayed by the opinions or beliefs of others. They may also prefer to work independently rather than as part of a team and enjoy solitude and introspection.

It’s worth noting that independence can be both a strength and a weakness. On the one hand, independence can lead to a strong sense of self and the ability to take control of one’s life. However, on the other hand, a strong desire for independence can sometimes lead to a lack of cooperation or difficulty forming close relationships with others.


A cooperative personality is a type of personality that values teamwork, collaboration, and mutual support. People with cooperative personalities are often focused on the group’s well-being and are willing to put aside their own needs and interests for the team’s sake. In addition, they are empathetic and compassionate, enjoy helping others, value social harmony, and strive to avoid conflict.

Cooperative individuals are good communicators and are skilled at resolving conflicts. They are often able to see multiple perspectives and understand the needs and motivations of others, which makes them excellent at working with others toward a common goal. They enjoy working in teams and are comfortable taking on different roles to support the collective effort.
Like independence, cooperation can be both a strength and a weakness. On the one hand, cooperation and teamwork can lead to successful group outcomes and strong relationships. But on the other hand, a strong desire for cooperation and a tendency to avoid conflict can sometimes lead to a lack of assertiveness or difficulty standing up for one’s beliefs and values.

Analytical & Reflective Personality

A focus on logic, reason, and objectivity characterizes an analytical personality. People with analytical nature tend to approach problems and situations in a systematic and organized manner. They are often skilled at breaking complex problems into smaller, manageable parts and identifying patterns and connections. They are comfortable with numbers, data, and facts and can often make informed decisions based on evidence and analysis.

On the other hand, a reflective personality is characterized by a focus on introspection, self-awareness, and personal growth. People with thoughtful character tend to be introspective and enjoy exploring their thoughts and feelings. They are often curious about the motivations behind their behavior and the behavior of others, and they may want to journal, meditate, or engage in other practices that support self-reflection.

Reflective individuals are good at understanding their emotions and can be empathetic and supportive toward others. They are often interested in personal growth and may pursue activities or practices that help them understand themselves better. Reflective individuals are also good at considering the long-term consequences of their actions and decisions. Both analytical and reflective personalities can be strengths. For example, an analytical personality can help solve problems and make informed decisions, while a thoughtful personality can lead to personal growth and greater self-awareness. However, a strong focus on both can also lead to imbalances. For example, an overly analytical person may neglect their emotional and interpersonal needs, while an excessively reflective person may struggle to make decisions and take action.

Remember that these are broad generalisations, and every one is unique and complex. This quiz is a fun tool to help you explore your personality further.


Chippy is a dreamer and optimist. She believes, we become what we hope, aspire, dream to be and knows how to make a dream or two happen. Seventeen years of experience, struggling, winning, failing, succeeding and failing again and making it, she knows what it takes to build a successful project, a business, and what it means by starting from the bottom up. It takes determination, dedication, and direction and that’s why her mission is to ‘step up & inspire.

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