DIRECTIONS: Read each question and select (by clicking in the bubble) the
one answer from the four choices that sounds MOST like you, MOST of the
time. There are no wrong answers, honest!
Please indicate your gender:
1. When it comes to time and money,
Work to live, and live for today because tomorrow is another day.
Work, work, work because time is money. Leisure can come later.
Organize my life so I can find time for both work and play—
what’s life without a little enjoyment!
Slow and steady pace wins “the race.”
I wish I knew.
Does access to credit cards and lines of credit count?
I know the exact amount down to the penny.
You think Iím going to tell you that? What’s it to you, anyway!
Don’t think about it.
Wish I had money, then I would find a fast way to grow it.
Save for rainy days and retirement, too.
Stash plenty of cash away in savings. It’s one of the things I do best.
Money can’t buy happiness but it sure can buy a lot of fun.
Money equals power; power equals happiness; therefore money equals happiness.
Money can’t buy me love but having money sure is warm on cold winter nights.
Money buys respect and status everywhere.
If I spend more than I make, I can always make more.
I plan to earn big and save big but often spend big.
I work very hard to live and spend within my means.
It’s very important to financially help family in trouble.
Spend it immediately.
Save or invest a little, but spend most of it.
Save or invest most of it, but spend a little.
Save or invest all of it.
I hate payment schedules and deadlines involved in handling money.
I love numbers but hate it when dollars/investments don’t perform as planned.
I design detailed budgets and hate it when I have to deviate from my plan.
I use a wait and watch approach to handling dollars, numbers, and I hate
having to take action.
I shop therefore I buy.
I plan, stay up on prices, then shop, in and out fast.
I organize, and then I buy.
I need a lifestyle similar to my friends and then I buy to match it.
Sale - it’s the most beautiful word in the whole-wide world.
Finding a great deal is the 2nd best thing in the world.
I shop sales-brand names usually-but I get buyer’s remorse a lot and return them.
I love cheap, shopping warehouses or specialty stores that sell limited,
It’s a lot like playing Monopoly.
I prefer to make the decisions about how money is spent.
I need to handle it just right, even perfectly; if I think I can’t, I will pass the torch.
I manage it the easy way: deposit it and forget I have it.
Being broke is the second or third worst thing that could happen
As long as I’ve got good credit available, I can rebuild and create growth.
Being flat broke is the worst thing that can happen to me.
Being broke is failure, and, it must be avoided at all costs.
Get creative, work with lots of good people, produce and serve others.
Take charge and control your own destiny.
Watch the details, analyze choices, and make calculated decisions.
Find a niche and fill it up. Be the guru.
Why set limits? This is a land of opportunity.
Enough to spring-board and try more money-making possibilities.
20% more than I make now.
Enough to guarantee comfort and peace of mind.
Easily distracted, worried, anxious, sleep less, experience heart palpitations,
and have a short fuse.
Grow more headstrong and critical, sometimes heartburn, stomach burning,
Get moody and withdraw, oversleep, overeat, along with muscle or joint pains
or digestive problems.
Doubtful, indecisive, sluggish, procrastinate and congestion gets worse (allergies,
sinus or asthma).
Only one more shopping day until tomorrow!
Spend money my way!
You get what you pay for!
Peace at any price!
Just do it!
I do it and it is only fair that others do their part, too.
I’ll get around to it.
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