Before you start the quiz, it is important to evaluate each statement honestly without over-thinking your answers.
Level 1: F♥<kwithable
You’re f♥<ked. No seriously, you have some work to do right away or you’ll remain stuck here. The good news is – there’s only one direction to go and that’s up! It’s time for some massive action to move up the scale.
Level 2: WTF?
You’re passive and lacking guts right now. You’re allowing others to walk all over you as if you were a doormat. OUCH! It’s time to STOP that.
Level 3: Lame
You’re unconvincingly feeble. That’s pathetic, just short of mediocre – what are you waiting for? You’re too careful and cautious – take a chance! You need to commit.
Level 4: Mediocre
Not good, not bad, but a negative term nonetheless. Often used to describe something that is less than average, but was expected to be much better – and that’s YOU we’re talking about.
Level 5: Average
You’re a fence-sitter here, and that is painful if you visualize it! You’re okay, middle of the road. No matter what, it feels…average! Average is never great, heck it’s not even good. You need to get off the fence, gain momentum and move up the scale.
Level 6: Adequate
Nothing special, milk toast, bland, you’re slightly better than average, but just not memorable. You can’t keep doing what you’re doing – anyone can be adequate. You won’t change the game or blaze any trails being adequate. Life should be an exciting adventure; give up your fear.
Level 7: Diplomatic
You answer questions in a way that doesn’t hurt any body’s feelings and keeps you PC. While this saves you from making enemies and is a good skill to have, it’s a painful way to live. Are you a politician? Then you MUST do something differently. If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything.
Level 8: Fierce
You are a person who always has smart, pithy remarks and has no problem putting whomever in their place if need be. You often possess the attitude of someone endowed with an ungodly amount of cool. It’s time to push the envelope and go for broke, you can become Unf♥<kwithable®.
Level 9: Badass
Ultra-cool, you appear fearless, though you are skilled at having the fear and doing it anyway. You are the epitome of handling yourself and others; however you have doubtful experiences that last just a bit too long. You are SOOOOOOOOOOOO close, why not channel that baddassery into becoming TOTALLY Unf♥<kwithable®.
Level 10: Unf♥<kwithable®
According to various definitions, Unf♥<kwithable® is: “When you’re truly at peace and in touch with yourself, and nothing anyone says or does bothers you, and no negativity or drama can touch you; to be at the pinnacle of whatever you do – you are the ultimate; you can’t be beat whatsoever. This IS it, you’re at the top of your game, the desired space to be; you are fulfilled and also making a great big dent in this world.” SO, don’t be stingy. Get out there and share what you’ve mastered! Keep up the good work and help others become Unf♥<kwithable®.
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