How connected are you?

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My-Fi: take our test to determine your level of personal connectivity

Welcome to the My-Fi Indicator Test.
It comprises 30 multiple-choice questions which will help you to understand how well you are connecting and communicating – with yourself and with the outside world.
Each question is answered on a scale of Never to Always – but remember, Always might not always be the answer that is indicative of a strong My-Fi score.
Please answer instinctively and click through at the end for your summary.
Thinking about your self-talk

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

My self-talk is positive
I focus completely on the present moment
I can turn off my self-talk when I want to
My opinion matters
If something goes wrong I blame someone else
Thinking about your feelings

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

I am able to talk openly about my feelings
I am unable to understand my feelings
I believe that my feelings are as valid as other people’s
I find solutions to problems that accommodate how people might feel
I supress my true feelings
Thinking about your values and beliefs

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

I treat people as I would like to be treated
I am willing to say ‘No’ on a point of principle
It is difficult to act according to my values and beliefs
My values and beliefs are clear to me
My life lacks purpose and direction
Thinking about your colleagues

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

I talk to colleagues about interests outside work
I interrupt other people when they are talking
In meetings I am productive and constructive
I dislike working with people in other departments
My colleagues know where I stand on things
Thinking about your organisation’s stakeholders

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

I look for feedback from people outside my organisation
I keep in touch with influencers in my field
I can find people to recommend my organisation and its work
Nobody knows what my organisation stands for
I can count on external stakeholders in a crisis
Thinking about how you talk to the wider world

Never

Seldom

Sometimes

Often

Always

I have great stories to tell about my work
I am weighed down by jargon
I can speak in public without notes
I’m excited to talk about my work
I struggle to explain how my work makes a difference to the world