This is a mash-up of several well-known questionnaires, plus some added extras from a selection of job interview questions.
Please feel free to share your answers in the comments section of this post or in a post of your own if you’re a blogger – if you do a post please share a link to it in the comments.
This is just for fun, so don’t do the bits which aren’t fun for you.
If you’d like to visit the sites from which I borrowed these questions, and see the full set of questions as well as the original version of the questions I’ve altered a bit, the links are as follows:
If you’re up for an additional challenge, here’s some questions from me:
1 – Which of these questions was your favourite and why?
2 – What did you learn about yourself while reading the questions?
3 – What did you discover about yourself while answering the questions?
4 – If you checked out the original questionnaires, which of the questions that I left out would you have liked to have answered and why?
Here is the mash-up questionnaire:
1 – What is your favorite word?
2 – What is your favorite curse word?
3 – What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
4 – What sound or noise do you love?
5 – What natural gift would you most like to possess?
6 – What is your principal defect? List the pros of having this defect and give it a positive spin (imagine that you’re selling it to someone else)?
7 – What is your motto? Why is it your motto? Where or who did it come from originally?
8 – What was the last gift you gave someone?
9 – You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why? Describe the color to somebody who is blind.
10 – What are you known for?
11 – What’s the most interesting thing about you that we wouldn’t learn from your resume (or online bio/profile) alone?
12 – What’s the last thing you watched on TV and why did you choose to watch it?
13 – How would you convince someone to do something they didn’t want to do?
14 – You’ve been given an elephant. You can’t give it away or sell it. What would you do with the elephant?
15 – We finish the interview and you step outside the office and find a lottery ticket that ends up winning $10 million. What would you do?
16 – Teach me something I don’t know in the next five minutes (in your reply to this question).
I know the last one isn’t really a question, I just love the concept of it and the difficult challenge it poses.
I’ll share my own answers in another post.
Over to you!