Are you a rocket scientist or comedian?
To influence others, they must see within you a combination of CREDIBILITY (rocket scientist) and RELATABILITY (comedian). Take The Influence Spectrum Quiz to discover which characteristic you predominantly rely on for influence and gain valuable insight on increasing it.
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When determining which political candidate to vote for, their qualifications carry more weight than the values they hold.
Your self-worth is determined more by the relationships that you maintain than the accomplishments you have achieved
It is sometimes okay to step on others to get ahead in life.
You are more impressed with how funny a person is than by how smart they are.
You find accomplishing a difficult task more fulfilling than meeting a new friend.
In high school, you more closely identified with the valedictorian than the captain of the football team or head cheerleader.
When around others being yourself is more important than making a good impression.
You have clear and specific life goals and work tirelessly to achieve them.
If you were to hire a new employee, how they fit on the team is more important than their job qualifications
If your friend is sad about something, your first instinct is to support them emotionally, not try to solve their problem.
You have little patience for incompetence.
You are very intrigued by what motivates and drives other people.
You would rather be an expert in a particular field than be versatile and well-rounded.
You enjoy vibrant social events with lots of people.
When you are in charge of a meeting or get-together, you are more likely to spend much time preparing and planning than winging it.
You are fascinated with other cultures.
Meeting and connecting with new people zaps your energy.
You are drawn to people that are laid back and laugh easily.
When in a group of people you do not know, you don't have a problem jumping into their conversation.
You often find it difficult to relate to others.
You can easily imagine dedicating your life to studying one thing.
You find working with diverse groups of people awkward and uncomfortable.
You value warmth over strength.
You find dealing with people difficult and frustrating.
You have excellent listening skills.
You would describe yourself as being more relationship-oriented than task-oriented.
The time you spend alone is more satisfying and exciting than time spent with others.
You find it very natural to empathize with others.
You prefer to make decisions individually rather than collaboratively.
One can most commonly find you seeking social interaction over education in your spare time.