Updated: Jan 29, 2022
We are always looking at ways to make our lives better and to do what we want to in our lives. After all, we want to make things happen and ensure we are the best person we can possibly be. But we need to understand our personality a bit better to make it happen. After all, we all react and deal with situations differently. And getting a better insight into our own feelings and habits can help us to make the right decisions. This is where the Four Tendencies Quiz comes in. The great new quiz from Gretchen Rubin looks at our tendencies and whether we are an upholder, questioner, obliger, or rebel. By finding out which one you are, you will be surprised to find that it can help you go about your day. In fact, knowing your tendency can help you to reach your goals. Here is how the four tendencies quiz will help you when it comes to keeping your habits.
What is the quiz?
One of the best things about the quiz is that it only takes around ten minutes to complete so it’s easy to do around your small humans. It asks a range of questions that will help to identify which tendency you are. It’s all based on your reaction to expectations such as outer expectations which is deadlines or answering a friend and inner expectations, for example, resolutions The author is bestselling author Gretchen Rubin who has also written a successful book named ‘The Four Tendencies’ alongside the quiz which goes further into detail around the idea of the four types of tendencies. So far, two million people have taken the quiz.
How can it impact your life?
You will find that at the end of the quiz, you will know whether you are an upholder, a questioner, an obliger or a rebel. For upholders, the result means that these people struggle when they don’t have clear expectations. They like to have a good idea of what is expected of them. Knowing this information can help you in life as you should try to set clear goals which you can follow to keep your habits. As for people with a questioner result, this means they like to find out why something has occurred. They are problem solvers and are inquisitive in their daily life. Having this knowledge can help you with your habits as you might struggle to make decisions. As for obligers, they tend to follow instructions well but struggle when it comes to their own personal goals. Working with someone else can help when it comes to obligers. As for rebels, as the name suggests, they don’t tend to work well with expectations. They have their own way of thinking and struggle to stick to rules. Therefore, you have to work harder when it comes to habits.
With this new knowledge, Gretchen believes we can complete daily tasks a lot more efficiently and keep those important deadlines in future so we can do more. If you fancy giving the test a go to see what you are, here is the link. Let us know what result you get (I’m an obliger apparently).