{quiz} Are You A Beyonce, A Solange, Or A Jay-Z?

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All of us are exposed to stressful situations. From road rage, to corporate ladders, it can all start to be a bit too much after a while. When everyone is pulling you in a different direction, rest is less frequent, and requirements become deadlines, do you act out or do you keep your cool? The quiz below is meant to be fun. Use it to relieve some of the stress already pouring into your week.

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“Never let ‘em see you Sweat” is a motto you live by. No matter how often a person may try to get under your skin, you’re known for staying calm, cool, and collected. Kudos! Most importantly, you work hard to not aggravate the people around you and, for that reason, your presence is a refreshment to friends and family. A world of caution: Avoid becoming a people pleaser. Use your standards and conscience to guide your actions while never working solely to satisfy those around you. 


“Blood is thicker than Water” is a motto you live by. Always ready to die for the people you love, you often find yourself in the middle of conflicts that have little to do with you. Remember, emotions can change quickly and cooling off periods are necessary during any conflict. The next time you find yourself shaking with anger, take a walk. Say a prayer. Read a book. Don’t allow a person to ever push you past your point of reason. You love hard but allowing your emotions to take the wheel shows a lack of self-control. In the end, you may even hurt those you care for most.
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    You’re 10 minutes late for work when a cell phone chatting, makeup applying driver cuts you off on the Dan Ryan – only to slow down once in front of you! You react by…
    • A. 

      Following that idiot all the way to their destination. I’m not going to get out of the car or anything. I just want to scare them a little.

    • B. 

      Changing lanes. We’re all headed to the loop. It really doesn’t matter.

    • C. 

      I honk like crazy and give them a quick glare when I finally pass their car.

  • 2. 
    Your best friend calls you crying. She found a photo of her boyfriend and another woman having lunch. What do you do?
    • A. 

      Listen closely. Allow her to talk and cry. Then, help her calm down. For all she knows that woman in the photo could be a relative.

    • B. 

      Help her puncture his tires. He has no idea who he messed with!

    • C. 

      Remind her of my advice not to date him in the first place. I told her so! It was clear from the beginning he was a player.

  • 3. 
    After a big merger, your department is downsizing. Now, the boss seems to be torn between keeping you or another talented associate. One has to go! What do you do?
    • A. 

      Casually drop hints regarding the other employee’s incompetence. Look for mistakes they’ve made and slyly drop evidence of their errors on my boss’ plate. It’s about survival!

    • B. 

      Work hard and stay focused while keeping my LinkedIn profile updated. You can’t control the future but you can always be prepared for it.

    • C. 

      Write a respectful email to my boss reminding her of my many years as a valued employee. Bringing up that big project I leaded last quarter also isn’t a bad idea.

  • 4. 
    How many times can you remember being involved in a physical altercation – in your life?
    • A. 

      At least 5. For some reason, people always want to fight me.

    • B. 

      I can’t think of anything anyone could ever do to make me resort to violence.

    • C. 

      Usually, I try to talk my way out of any physical altercations. Violence is not the answer. If necessary, however, I’m not afraid to throw some blows.

  • 5. 
    You’re back in elementary school. Your math teacher asks a difficult question. Everyone seems stumped, except you. You’re confident you have the answer. What do you do?
    • A. 

      Blurt out the correct solution. Every one looks at me with admiration. Feels good.

    • B. 

      I pretend to be as confused as the other students. Eventually, the teacher writes the answer on the chalkboard. Crises averted.

    • C. 

      I raise my hand, walk up to the teacher, take the chalk from her hand, and solve the problem on the board. Now, everyone will know how to solve this problem in the future.

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