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Are you fit for business? Questionnaire

Are you fit for business? Questionnaire

Are you fit for business?

Have you heard the phrase, "The survival of the fittest"?

In nature and in business, only the fittest get to 'live long and prosper'.

So, you might find it interesting to discover just how 'fit for business' you and your colleagues are.

Being Fit for Business means three things:

  1. Physically healthy and fit
  2. Mentally healthy and happy
  3. Organisationally, 'fit for purpose'

Take this fun questionnaire to measure how fit for business you and your friends really are. The results may surprise you!

View this page on your computer to complete the quiz!

Score yourself out of 10 for each of the following questions. With 10 representing excellence and 0 representing terrible.

1. Diet

How would you rate the nutritional quality of your daily diet?

Score higher if you eat the right amount of high quality, nutritious foods and score lower if you eat too many bad foods such as cakes, sweets, chocolate and alcohol.

2. Strength

How strong are you relative to other people of your age, height and gender?

Score higher if you think are physically strong (relative to other people of similar build to you); score lower if you think you are physically weaker than you should be.

3. Endurance

How fit are you in terms of aerobic activity (walking upstairs, jogging, cycling)

Score higher if you have good endurance and can job three miles or more with no problem. Score lower if you get out of breath easily.

4. Flexibility

How flexible are you, in terms of your joint mobility and muscle suppleness.

Score higher if you are very bendy; score lower if you are too stiff.

5. Optimism

Happiness is often based upon having an optimistic view of the future. Do you have an optimistic view of the future? Or are you fearful?

Score higher is you feel optimistic; score lower if you are fearful of the future.

6. Seeing 'The Good'

Happiness is based on the ability to see the good elements in any situations. To what degree do you tend of the 'The Good' in any situation? Or, does your mind automatically focus on what is wrong or could go wrong?

Score higher if you tend to notice what is good; score lower if you tend to notice what is wrong.

7. Humour

Happiness is often based upon having a good sense of humour and being able to laugh freely.

Score higher if you have a good sense of humour and are able to laugh freely. Score lower if you are a bit of a grump sometimes.

8. Organisation

Organisation is what makes the group 'fit for purpose'. To what degree are you an organised person?

Score higher if you have everything in its proper place, and have a tidy work station. Score lower if you tend of be disorganised, with an untidy work station and disorganised diary.

9. Your Ability

Fit for purpose means having confidence in your ability to do the tasks assigned to you.

Score higher if you always know what you are doing, and why. Score lower if you sometimes feel that you don't know what to do.

10. Proper Resources

Fit for purpose means that your organisation has the proper resources.

Score higher if you think your organisation is well resourced, and you have al lthe necessary tools. Score lower if you feel you are under-resourced.

11. Change

Fit for business means that you are an evolving being, always adapting to the changing demands of a changing environment. To what degree are you able to handle change?

Score higher if you find change management an exciting part of work life. Score lower if you hate change and wish things would settle down and become more static.

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