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Exposure to hazard and the chance of injury or loss.

Risk

2

To steer you toward a course of action.

Compel

3

Something that precipitates or accelerates an event or change.

Catalyst

4

Wish, crave, or long for as for something that brings satisfaction or enjoyment

Desire

5

To cause you actually start moving in the right direction.

Impel

6

An attraction or curiosity about something.

Interest

7

To keep you moving forward in the right direction

Propel

8

Energy or power to influence, affect, or control

Force

9

To surrender something for the sake of something else

Sacrifice

10

What is the primary reason individuals stop dreaming or having hope in their dreams?

Fear of disappointment

11

What Old Testament verse discussed young people having visions and old people dreaming?

Joel 2:28

12

Why is it significance that old people have dreams?

They have HOPE despite the disappoints they have experienced in life

13

What are the three levels in which our passions emerge?

1. Interest
2. Desire
3. Sacrifice

14

What did the author identify as one of the “real problems with discovering our passions”?

Determining which interests to choose: Find what our interests are vs. the overwhelming outside interests that are influencing us.

15

What are the three important conditions outlined in Psalm 37:3-6 about receiving the desires of our hearts?

a. When we trust in the Lord’s ways as being good, our desires will be for those “good” ways.
b. When we delight in the Lord, our desires will be for that in which we delight – The Lord and His ways.
c. When we commit our ways to the Lord, we will restrict our desires to only those ways that are of the Lord.

16

What does Proverbs 4:23 teach us about pursuing our passions?

That we need to guard what enters our heart, for it is where the passions come from.

17

What does Philippians 2:3-4 teach us about our interests?

We are always to HUMBLY consider the interests of others, and avoid pursuing our own interests in a VAIN or CONCEITED manner.

18

Who was credited in scripture as modeling the behavior outlined in Philippians 2:3-4?

Timothy

19

In the exercise on discovering one’s interests in the 90 descriptions on emotion, what did each letter in each characteristic represent:

(R)​- Realistic
(I)​- Investigative
(A)​- Artistic
(S)​- Social
(E)- Enterprising
(C)​- Conventional

20

Existing conditions or surroundings.

Circumstances

21

Of essential and decisive importance.

Critical

22

The degree of strength or severity

Intensity

23

Persistent, irrational fear; resulting in avoidance.

Phobia

24

What is guaranteed upon your arrival at the next destination in your life (upon high school graduation), regardless of which option you choose to pursue next?

You will face problems and difficult circumstances which will TEMPT YOU to believe that you made the wrong choice.

25

What is the primary point being made by Robert Frost ‘s quote at the start of the chapter?

God has called each of us in a UNIQUE manner (that is the road LESS traveled). Whereas individuals are tempted to follow the crowd (that is the road WELL traveled).

26

What are the three critical forces that shape our experiences?

1. Circumstances
2. Intensity
3. Time

27

What was the example the author gave from the physical earth to illustrate how three shaping forces work?

Carbon – which starts as coal, becomes graphite and then a diamond

28

What is the name the author gave to his advice for each of you to write your own autobiographies?

Biologs

29

Who were the four individuals from the Bible that the author used to illustrate how our life calling is often formed by our life experiences?

Joseph
Moses
Daniel
Paul

30

What was the primary value to you in completing the exercise on your life map?

Own opinion

31

What does ICCP stand for?

IMAGE
Career
Compatibility
Profile

32

What does IMAGE stand for?

Intrinsic
Motivation
Assessment
Guide &
Evaluation

33

What are the 7 intrinsic motivations (or areas of strengths) that are included in the IMAGE Report?

a. Proclaiming
b. Helping
c. Teaching
d. Exhorting
e. Giving
f. Managing
g. Comforting

34

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to speak out about concerns regarding what is morally right or wrong?

Proclaiming

35

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to encourage?

Exhorting

36

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to identify with the emotions of others in order to lend their support?

Comforting

37

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays a willingness to be a supportive assistant?

Helping

38

Which of the seven motivations (or areas of strength) displays the ability to carefully explain the difficulty of a topic in a manner that is easy for others to understand?

Teaching

39

When analyzing your motivations, what does the CAUTION section communicate to you?

How you may be mis-understood by others.

40

When analyzing your motivations, what does the WARNING section communicate to you?

How you may be mis-understood by yourself.

41

What does your pilot motivation represent?

Your strongest motivation

42

What was YOUR PILOT motivation?

You should know yours

43

What did you find interesting about the traits given under your profile?

Opinion

44

What do PROACTIVE motivations represent?

The 2nd and 3rd motivations that support the 1st (PILOT) motivation.

45

What do REACTIVE motivations represent?

The other four motivations.

46

What is a PILOT DOMINANT pattern?

Your PILOT motivation dominates the PROACTIVE motivations.

47

What is a PROACTIVE-DOUBLET pattern?

Your PILOT and top PROACTIVE motivations are nearly equal in impact.

48

What is a PROACTIVE-BLEND pattern?

Your PILOT and the two PROACTIVE motivations are nearly equal in impact.

49

What is a NO PATTERN?

None of the seven motivations stand out

50

In the chart labeled the “10 Points of Contrast Between the 7 Motivations” what is the value of understanding how people with different motivations look at a common situation?

Allows you a clearer understanding of how you interact with others – providing a guideline on how to be a peacemaker and find common ground. To find solutions that are a “win-win” for everyone involved. (See Test Essay question).

51

What is the PRIMARY VALUE of reviewing your ICCP report?

Opening up your mind/perspective toward the possibilities of careers that you’ve never thought of; no one has ever mentioned to you; etc.

52

What are the three sections that the Motivational Compatibility Scale is broken into?

Weak
Mid-Range
Strong

53

What are the seven different Professional Categories covered in the ICCP Report:

a. Artistic
b. Financial
c. Health
d. Public Service
e. Social
f. Technical
g. Service

54

On the Motivational Compatibility Scale, what does the STAR represent?

Indicates YOUR score

55

On the Motivational Compatibility Scale, what do the DASHED LINES represent?

Indicates the RANGE of scores of OTHERS in YOUR GENDER

56

What does this represent? ------------------ *

You are higher than most individuals in YOUR GENDER

57

What does this represent?
--------*----------

You are average with other individuals in YOUR GENDER

58

What does this represent?
* -------------------

You are lower than other individuals in YOUR GENDER