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How good are your work habits? Questionnaire

How good are YOUR work habits? Questionnaire

How good are your work habits?

It is important that you have good work habits because those who DO, make more progress in less time.

To discover exactly how good YOUR work habits are, simply answer these easy questions.
We will immediately send you your Good Habits Rating (out of 100).

This questionnaire is free, it is informative and fun.

Q1 - Do you keep an ongoing list of tasks and make constantly evolving written to-do lists?

Q2 - Do you have a good memory, or do you forget most of what you see and hear?

Q3 - At the beginning of a meeting, do you set a deadline for it to finish or do you often overrun with no added benefit?

Q4 - When writing e-mails, do you keep them short and factual, or do you tend to waffle-on a bit?

Q5 - Are you too easily distracted?

Q6 - Do you keep going strong, all day long? Or as the day progresses, do you tend to run out of energy?

Q7 - Do you suffer from indecision; swaying endlessly between options, or are you able to make quick, accurate decisions?

Q8 - Do you eat your lunch at your desk? Or do you make sure that you do get away from your work station?

Q9 - Do you leave immediately at the end of meetings or do you hang around chatting?

Q10 - Do you have one place for your purse/wallet and mobile phone?

Q11 - Do you take one hour per week to plan the next three weeks?

Q12 - Do you keep your mind focused on a small number of things and make good progress on each of them, or are you more likely to start too many things simultaneously and make minimal or no progress on them?

Q13 - Do you waste time fretting and worrying over things that you have no power to change?

Q14 - Do you ask people directly ”What do you want?” or do you let people ramble on for too long, without getting to the point?

Q15 - Do you take a few moments to plan the questions you want answered before you call, or do you sometimes have to call back because you forgot to ask or say something?

Q16 - Would you say that you keep your work station in a highly organised state; or is it in a state of mess?

Q17 - When you are mentally worn out, do you stop to refuel with nutritious food and drink or do you struggle on with extra caffeine?

Q18 - Do you get sufficient sleep or do you stay up late watching too much useless TV or playing on the computer?

Q19 - Are you more likely to arrive at appointments ten minutes early or ten minutes late?

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