Your Mental Toughness Assessment Score



Hello your overall Mental Toughness score is 0.0

The report below details your strengths and weaknesses as they relate to your emotions, thoughts and behaviors, as well as the eight Mental Toughness Focus Areas of; Authenticity, Emotional Intelligence, Positive Attitude, Confidence, Grit, Resilience, Good Judgment, and Motivation.

Read on to see how you scored!





Emotions, thoughts and behavior are all linked.






 

EMOTIONS Drill Down

 

By drilling down further, you can pinpoint which area of mental toughness you need to develop.

Note which emotional statements resonated the most and which did not.
The statements noted below scored lower than your average for this section and are the areas that have the greatest potential for improvement.


1. I control my emotions when confronted with difficult situations.
2. I usually keep my emotions to myself.
3. I am satisfied with the relationships I have with my friends.
4. My family supports me.
5. I have someone to talk to when I am down.
6. I trust those close to me.
7. I am in touch with deep beliefs and core values.
8. I have the ability to stay calm during adversity or challenge.
9. I can identify top character strengths in others.
10. I respond to others to build strong relationships.
11. I have a knack for getting people to cooperate.
12. My life has meaning.
13. People come to me for advice.
14. I have a high degree of confidence in myself.
15. I usually make decisions without talking to others.

 





 

THOUGHTS Drill Down

 

By drilling down further, you can pinpoint which area of mental toughness you need to develop.

Note which thoughts statements resonated the most and which did not.
The statements noted below scored lower than your average for this section and are the areas that have the greatest potential for improvement.


16. When bad things happen to me, I don't get despondent.
17. Overall, I expect more good things to happen to me than bad.
18. I would choose my current work again if I had a choice.
19. I never let failure deter me from my goals.
20. I make a worthwhile contribution to society.
21. I can shut down counterproductive thinking to focus on the task at hand.
22. I can adapt to challenges that come my way.
23. When I make a mistake, I want to learn from it.
24. It’s not the fault of others when things go wrong.
25. Challenges bring out the best in me.
26. Moderate stress brings out the best in me.
27. Setbacks don't usually affect me.
28. The gratitude muscle is one of my strongest muscles.
29. I intentionally look for good things that happen in my day.
30. I hunt the good stuff to counter my negativity bias.

 





 

BEHAVIOR Drill Down

 

By drilling down further, you can pinpoint which area of mental toughness you need to develop.

Note which behavior statements resonated the most and which did not.
The statements noted below scored lower than your average for this section and are the areas that have the greatest potential for improvement.


31. I communicate clearly and with respect.
32. When something stresses me out, I try to solve the situation.
33. I map out steps needed to achieve my goals.
34. I identify and correct patterns of behavior.
35. I accurately identify what causes problems and create solutions.
36. There are few situation in which I cannot cope.
37. I try not to blurt out the first thing that comes to mind.
38. Changes in my environment do not bother me.
39. I look forward to changes in my routine.
40. I don't mind working outside my comfort zone.
41. I am a risk taker if it takes me where I want to go.
42. I rarely feel defeated by obstacles and roadblocks.
43. My vocabulary is full of words that are positive and upbeat.
44. I give 100% to the jobs I undertake.
45. I rarely get distracted from my task.

 

 

 

MENTAL TOUGHNESS focus areas

We've analyzed your responses for the following focus areas and have outlined your unique Mental Toughness strengths and weaknesses. Each focus area is noted with LOW, MEDIUM or HIGH to indicate your score.



Authenticity - Authenticity is the quality of being genuine and trustworthy. Transparency gets your brand attention; authenticity allows your message to be heard and believed.
LOW - You are easily influenced by what others think of you and often conform to what they think you should be. Your values tend to reflect those around you instead of your own.

Emotional Intelligence - People with a high degree of emotional intelligence know what they're feeling, what their emotions mean, and how these emotions can affect other people.
LOW - It is hard enough to understand yourself, let alone understanding what is going on in the mind of others.

Positive Attitude - People with positive attitudes do not whine, blame others, or point fingers. Instead, they manage their emotions in ways that help them prevail over their circumstances.
LOW - Your cup is always half-empty, not half-full. You're first reaction to information is speculate on how it will negatively impact you and how you can protect yourself. Whenever possible, you lay the blame for your situation on others.

Confidence - Individuals with a high degree of confidence are not held back by self-limiting beliefs about their capabilities. They have a feeling of certainty that they have the ability to succeed in what they are doing, and not give up.
LOW - There is very little awareness of what limitations you've placed on yourself. Instead, your reaction is one of withdrawal or fear that you will not succeed if you move out of your comfortable (albeit stale and unfulfilling) situation.

Grit - The world is not separated into winners and losers; it's separated into learners and non-learners. People with a growth mindset believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work, not brains and talent.
LOW - You do not seize opportunities because you think you're not qualified or have the right talent.

Resilience - Resilient people are able to utilize their skills and strengths to cope and recover from problems and challenges. They are not overwhelmed by the pressure of responsibilities, getting tasks done, and dealing with the volume of work that is placed on their desks.
LOW - Feelings of juggling too many things at once are keeping you from enjoying your life and moving ahead in your career.

Good Judgment - People who have good judgment are able to make smart decisions because they know how to drill down on a topic and identify the core issue. Good judgment requires us to focus our thinking and be smart about letting emotions influence our decisions.
LOW - Risk scares you and affects the quality of decisions you make. You consider the smallest of details, and your attention is diverted by all the drama that often accompanies a decision that is risky or full of uncertainty.

Motivation - People who are motivated are able to focus their emotional and mental state so they can be at their very best. They are successful because they have clear goals in mind, which is critical for peak performance.
LOW - You often let your emotions get the better of you so it's hard to stay motivated when you're feeling down and out. You don't love what you're doing and are looking for ways to add value and meaning to your life.

 


In Summary

 

 

 

 

 

    In many ways, it's impossible to separate emotions, thoughts, and behavior. One is clearly linked to the other. However, if we bring these core components of mental toughness into alignment, we can optimize the way in which we relate to our world and circumstances.

 

 

Yes, you can. On the following pages are topics that will help you improve in the specific areas in which you need to develop mental toughness.

Studies show that people feel the greatest threat facing them in the future is the escalation of complexity.

 

Strength doesn't come from what you can do. It comes from overcoming the things you once thought you couldn't do.

 

 

 

 

What do I do
if I want to improve
my mental toughness?

 

 

Now that you've identified those areas where you need to increase your mental strength to keep moving toward success, what do you need to do to improve? Study the chart below for specific topics that will help you develop the tools you will need to keep handy in your mental toughness toolbox.

 

The coaching courses at the Mental Toughness Center are built around the idea that you are responsible for developing your own strong mind. You have the capabilities; all you are lacking are the tools.

 

 

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