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There is a combination of intrinsic motivations that will for the most part influence the roles you will adopt as you respond to people, situations and problems in the world. These motivations are what you want and like to do. We call these our:
a. Altruistic Motivations
b. Extrinsic Motivations
c. Proactive Motivations
d. Reactive Motivations
e. All of the Above

c. Proactive Motivations

2

When we look at our psychological strengths and type, the Logical-Relational scale (referred to in some assessments as the Thinking-Feeling scale) reflects a person's preference between two contrasting ways that people:
a. gain energy
b. take in information
c. make decisions
d. organize their lifestyle
e. express their emotions

c. make decisions

3

When you consider your strengths, it is important to look at them from the following perspective:
a. Holistic view
b. Biblical view
c. Assets-based view
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

d. All of the above

4

Disposition on the Strengths Matrix refers to:
a. Where a strength falls within the matrix
b. Attitude that reflects your beliefs about a strength
c. Depth of knowledge in a strength area
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

b. Attitude that reflects your beliefs about a strength

5

Our intrinsic motivations most often help us determine:
a. The way we respond to people, situations and problems
b. Whether or not we are experiencing cognitive dissonance
c. How to develop a career
d. How to best identify and analyze a problem
e. None of the above

a. The way we respond to people, situations and problems

6

My____________ arise from those things I desire intensely. More than just interests, they burn within my heart and often drive the actions or paths I take.
a. Passions
b. Experiences
c. Strengths
d. Needs
e. Requirements

a. Passions

7

Strengths arise from five important domains in life. Which of the following is NOT one of the five strengths described in class?
a. Intellectual
b. Social
c. Physical
d. Psychological
e. Spiritual

b. Social

8

Intellectual strengths provide a bridge of _____________ between the other strengths and other aspects of our lives. In other words, they guide us to do what is _________________ right.
a. Feelings, Rationally
b. Information, Philosophically
c. Reason, Morally
d. Implementation, Practically
e. Information, Rationally

e. Information, Rationally

9

Which of the following is one of the intellectual disciplines identified in class readings and lectures?
a. Character
b. Compassion
c. Courage
d. Clarity
e. Consistency

c. Courage

10

Which strengths dimensions does the world tend to place its focus, and consequently, where they tend to look for their life calling?
a. Physical and Spiritual
b. Intellectual and Emotional
c. Emotional and Psychological
d. Physical and Intellectual
e. Intellectual and Psychological

d. Physical and Intellectual

11

The initial stage of passion development starts with our _____________.

b. Interests

12

According to our discussion in class, what are the three critical forces that influence life experiences
a. Time, Experience, Opportunity
b. Circumstances, Time, Intensity
c. Impact, Involvement, Choice
d. Parents, siblings, church leaders
e. Society, church, family

b. Circumstances, Time, Intensity

13

Which of the following is NOT one of the four emotional abilities that make up our emotional intelligence?
a. Indentifying emotions
b. Using emotions
c. Understanding emotions
d. Managing emotions
e. None of the above

e. None of the above

14

Which of the following is NOT one of eight broad categories of physical strengths?
a. Brute force
b. Fashion
c. Artistry
d. Craftsmanship
e. None of the above

b. Fashion

15

True or False: Romans 12 outlines eight motivations intrinsically residing within us that interact in unique patterns to guide the way we discern people, situations and problems in the world.

False

16

True or False: Physical Strength is the dimension of our lives that enables us to experience feelings and sensibility.

False

17

True or False: Intellectual Strength is the dimension of our lives that enables us to discover, understand, and apply truth in an ever-expanding manner.

True

18

True or False: Level 3 Passions are the desires that I care for enough that I MUST die for them

False

19

True or False: Interests are options in life that attract your curiosity.

True

20

True or False: Passions are defined as the deep force in our lives that burn within our hearts and often drive the actions or paths we take.

True

21

True or False: When put together your four preferences are referred to as your psychological type.

True

22

True or False: To find the greatest levels of success in life, you should identify your weaknesses and work at turning those into your strengths.

False

23

True or False: Residual events are scars left in your life from a crisis, dramatic experience, or other problem.

True

24

True or False: Emotional strengths need to be kept in check by our intellectual strengths.

False

25

List the four dichotomous scales that make up our psychological type:

Thinking vs evaluating
Sensing vs intuition
Thinking vs feeling
Judging vs perceiving
Extraversion vs introversion

26

publicly speak out from internal convictions concerning the developed perception

Proclaiming

27

find practical ways to provide for the legitimate needs of others

Helping

28

carefully investigate truth

Researching

29

encouraging others through counsel

Exhorting

30

financially invest in and support worthwhile projects

Giving

31

organize and coordinate the activities and efforts of others

Managing

32

identify with the emotions of others

Comforting

33

List four of the ten intellectual disciplines outlined in the class readings and lectures.

1. Patience
2. Persistence
3. Courage
4. Curiosity

34

Motivational Gifts of Grace are found in which of the following biblical passages?
a. Romans 12:3-9
b. Ephesians 4:11-13
c. 1 Corinthians 12:28
d. 1 Corinthians 12:7-11
e. Psalm 139

a. Romans 12:3-9