Have you ever taken a stress questionnaire? Maybe you think it's a silly concept. You're either stressed or you're not stressed, right? Well, it's not as simple as that.
There is a certain amount of stress we'll have to deal with on occasion and even on a day to day basis. But sometimes we deal with high, unhealthy levels of stress that not only hurt our minds and emotional wellbeing, but put our health at risk.
So if you're like most Americans, you're probably coping with at the least – moderate levels of stress. If that's the case, it's a good idea to reduce your stress levels as best as you can.
This stress questionnaire will help you find out precisely how bad your stress levels are and it may just give you the green light to make a drastic life change to take care of it.
Answer this stress questionnaire as honestly as you can. Don't worry, no one's looking and no one's judging. Take the test just for your own self awareness.
The Stress Questionnaire:
While #10 is a bit cheeky, it is a revealing one. If you're putting in 50 or so hours at work or if you're dealing with a traumatic event – like the loss of a loved one or a divorce or on the other hand, a wedding – you probably have answered “yes” to a lot of these questions.
If your answers to the above stress questionnaire reveal that you have a chronic problem with stress, then the time has come to do something about it.
Thankfully, Dr. Orison Swett Marden is here to offer some timeless wisdom and guidance. Although he died in 1924, his self-help books are priceless.
The self-help author of the 20th century was spreading a message that ignited the passions of millions; a message of hope, faith and optimism.
He taught that a person’s belief in his or her own abilities was where everything began and ended. In his triumphant book “Getting On,”
Dr. Marden eloquently expressed the idea that we shouldn't be afraid of our own selves and that we should embrace our unique individualism – that is where we find our true power and that is how we are able to find success and happiness in life.
This motivational book, and more by Dr. Marden, may give you just the kick you need to start living again and stomp out stress in your life. If you want to hear more of Dr. Marden, you can download his greatest works online with the Leadership Series For Successful Living
Thanks for taking the stress questionnaire, and best of luck to you in your leadership journey.
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