How to Interpret Your Ratings
Now that you’ve completed the assessment, it’s time to interpret your ratings. Go ahead and answer the following questions:
Which statements did you rate an 1, 2, or 3? Put a happy face beside these. They are not an issue for you right now as you move towards what you want most. When you flip each one into the positive, you’ll see your strengths!
What statements did you rate a 8, 9, or 10? Mark these with a star. These are opportunities for improvement. Can you see what might be causing you stress or discomfort here, and why it might be keeping you from making the kind of progress you want to make? Have a look and choose to focus on strengthening 1 or 2 as you move forward.
What statements did you rate a 4, 5, 6, or 7? Put an arrow next to each of these. These “in-betweens” statements are tricky. While not significant enough to cause major problems for you, they still show up enough to play a role in keeping you from getting where you want to go. What 1 or 2 areas could really make a difference if you were to work on them?
Do you need help to sort out what’s going on?
Would you like some help to sort out what’s going on for you?
Simply tell me what you’ve discovered.
Send an email with your ratings to firstname.lastname@example.org (or forward the email with your scores in it to me) and I’ll write back to you with a tip or a question to help you gain an even deeper understanding of why you’re where you are right now (I really will!)