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Purpose

(Goals)

#10 Ingredient of Happiness

Take this assessment test to see if you have purpose and goals, which in turn boost happiness.

Assessment Test

Select a number to score each test question:

5-all the time
4-most of the time
3-about half the time
2-very few times
1-never

OR for only $9.99 get an ​In-Depth Analysis on your

"Purpose" Test Result:

It includes the above, but also specific ways to increase your purpose quotient.

You will be given specific suggestions that augment your desire to improve your purpose quotient,

and it is remarkable how this will increase the likelihood of being happy.

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​   Includes:

   1. Full Score Meaning

   2. Detailed Analysis

   3. Ways to Improve Your Score


The In-Depth Analysis will be emailed to you along with the opportunity to email us back

one time with any questions you have about your analysis.


“One who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.”- Friedrich Nietzsche

Contributing animates us; we need to have a goal.
Without a purpose we find life not robust and hardly whole.
So jump right in and find a cause, a passion or dedication
A happy life is built on purposeful foundation.

Purposes must be diverse.  Too often at retirement age, the thought is to repurpose one’s life to be entertainment.  In the long run that simply is not enough.  Yet, there is no formula designating what these years should entail.  We are living in an era when we live longer and have less survival responsibility. Thus, we have to actively and purposefully define goals.

Purpose Test Score:

FREE Test Results:

Submit this form and you will be given the overall category you are in and what it means in terms of your ability to be happy.  Many have told us that they feel this is sufficient to begin advancing their score.


____ 1. There is rarely a day I wake up that I don’t have a plan or event to attend.
____ 2.  I find that I categorize goals into diverse categories such as health, family and personal growth.
____ 3.  I tend to judge my goals by two categories of helpfulness, one is to myself, and the second is to others.
____ 4. While my goal’s purpose might be for others, I know I will find fulfillment achieving its aims.
____ 5. I make sure that what I desire to achieve is consistent with my strengths and aptitudes.
____ 6.  I am not easily swayed by the goals of others and won’t adopt theirs as my own, unless I have a strong interest in them.
____ 7.  I can’t imagine living without desiring to accomplish something.
____ 8.  Goals or purposes don’t have to garner monetary rewards.


____  TOTAL