Great Job! If you’ve taken the Happiness Assessment quiz, read your assessment below.


II. End Of Semester Survey Form | State University Of New York at Buffalo | 2015

So what does your satsisfaction score really mean?Icon - No. 1

Score 1 – 2? 

Means You’re Between Extreme Unsatisfaction – Unsatisfaction

Your Challenge(s) & Struggles:

If you scored an average of 1 to 2 points in a specific area (spiritual, social, financial, emotional and physical) or overall, this means that you are struggling to find your purpose in that area.  You lack motivation.  Emotionally, you might feel angry, afraid, anxious and hopeless about the results you’ve produced in that area and question if you can ever change.  You don’t have an adequate “why” to be get started and head towards taking action and being consistent.

What You Should Do: 

Graphics - Score Assessment Page- Momentum225x157 PNGv1.pngIdentify your true motivation and the “why” in this area of your life.  No matter how embarrassing or ashamed you feel about your why, you have to own it.  And with that being clarified, you’ll begin to find joy, peace and freedom in performing your daily tasks and routines

Playbook Coaching Tip:

Use the “Ten Worlds of the Human Condition” section of the playbook to start on the right foot. This section walks you through all the states of consciousness that inspire human behavior from Hell to Enlightenment. It’s profound.

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II. End Of Semester Survey Form | State University Of New York at Buffalo | 2015Score 2 – 3?

Means You’re Unsatisfied – NeutralIcon - No. 2

Your Challenge(s) & Struggles:

If you scored an average of 2 to 3 points in a specific area (spiritual, social, financial, emotional and physical) or in general, this means that you are struggling to find your patterns or rhythms to be productive or consistent in that area.  You have trouble keeping your “why” in front of you.  And as a result, the tasks or routines you have are not bringing you joy, peace and fulfillment. Emotionally your life experience is between sad and “kinda happy” or indifferent.

What You Should Do: 

Keep your true motivation and the “why” in this area of your life in front of you.  Put it on your bedroom or bathroom mirror, on the steering wheel of your car or dashboard or your phone’s screen saver.  And with that being in front of you, you have the power to create tasks and routines inspired by the joy of knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing.  Without that, failure is inevitable.

Playbook Coaching Tip:

To begin to find joy and freedom in performing your daily tasks and routines, use the Task Tracker section of the 24 Hour Blueprint playbook to find your flow.

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II. End Of Semester Survey Form | State University Of New York at Buffalo | 2015
Score 3 – 4: Neutral – SatisfiedIcon - No. 3

Your Challenge(s) & Struggles:

If you scored an average of 3 to 4 points in a specific area (spiritual, social, financial, emotional and physical) or in general, this means that you have found your patterns or flow to be productive in that area.  But something is missing in order for you to be consistent and reliably happy independent of external circumstances.  You no longer have trouble keeping your “why” in front of you.  And as a result, the tasks or routines you have are bringing you joy, peace and fulfillment. Emotionally you’re happy and asking yourself what’s next?  You’re looking for the “X” factor to building unwavering confidence and predictable results.

What You Should Do: 

Continue putting your true motivation(s) and the “why” of this area of your life in front of you.  Keep it on your bedroom or bathroom mirror, on the steering wheel of your car or dashboard or even your phone’s screen saver.  And since you have the skills and habit to create tasks and routines inspired by the joy of knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing, you have to create a system to do it.  This is where a Google calendar tool or similar app comes in really handy.  In this case, your Google calendar is not just for keeping appointments, it’s for designing a life you love. Without that, you’ll keep missing what’s missing. Sometimes, it’s a matter of daily discipline and catching yourself when you’re slacking.

Playbook Coaching Tip:

To keep the joy and freedom of performing your daily tasks and routines consistent, use the Task Log section of the 24 Hour Blueprint playbook to capture everything you need to do in areas of life that are important to you to be satisfied.

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II. End Of Semester Survey Form | State University Of New York at Buffalo | 2015
Score 4 – 5: Satisfied – Extremely SatisfiedIcon - No. 4

Your Challenge(s) & Struggles:

If you scored an average of to 5 points in a specific area (spiritual, social, financial, emotional and physical) or in general, this means that you have not only found your patterns or flow to be productive in that area, but are really HAPPY.  You feel whole and complete.  You don’t feel like something is missing in order for you to be consistent and reliably happy.  You are masterful at keeping your “why” in front of you.  Without a doubt, the tasks or routines you have committed to are bringing you joy, peace and fulfillment. Emotionally you’re happy, at peace and asking yourself, can it get any better than this?  You’re looking for opportunities to show and share your powers and happiness.

What You Should Do: 

At this point, you can start teaching and empowering others.  People are clear on what your why is.  And they see how you’re putting your true motivation(s) and the “why” of this area of your life in front of you.  Your physical environment is filled with evidence of your “why”.  And since you have started mastering the skills and habit to create tasks and routines inspired by the joy of knowing why you’re doing what you’re doing, you creatively use systems and apps to make life simpler.  Again, This is where Google tools or apps come in really handy.  In this case, Social Media, Google or similar platforms are integrated for designing and sharing a life you love.

Playbook Coaching Tip:

To keep all of this going – the joy and freedom of performing your daily tasks and routines, creating life on your own terms, you start sharing and hosting inspired events.  This reinforces what you’ve learned and gives you an edge to stay sharp and move into Extreme Satisfaction.  Great Work!

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