Welcome to your Resilience Assessment on intelligent risk-taking.

This particular Resilience Assessment is designed to allow you to evaluate your current intelligent risk-taking: This means, to be able to take risks by drawing on past knowledge and, while being thoughtful about consequences, accept uncertainty and the risk of failure as a normal part of the process of action and decision-making.

It is important to be thoroughly honest with yourself in your assessment to allow your monitoring of personal growth to be effective.

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1.The fear of risk overwhelms me.
2.I’m indecisive.
3.I never feel as if I have enough information to make a decision.
4.My fear of taking risks makes me physically ill.
5.I take risks without considering the consequences.
6.I take risks as long as others take responsibility for any bad consequences.
7.I’m too busy to properly assess risks, but I take risks anyway.
8.I don’t try an anticipating unexpected events.
9.I blame others when risks I have taken don’t work out.
10.I don’t ask for advice when I’m taking a risk, because I don’t want to look like I don’t know what I’m doing.
11.While being thoughtful of consequences, I accept uncertainty and risk of failure as a normal part of the decision making and action process.
12.If a decision has to be made I don’t get caught up in the fear of uncertainty. I can act decisively.
13.I gather information where and how possible in order to assess risk, but I don’t get caught up in over-analysis.
14.I diligently review my decision and its possible consequences
15.I identify alternate plans, as fall back plans, where and how necessary.
16.Once I make a decision I don’t second guess myself.
17.I monitor the progress of my decision and amend and adapt when and how necessary.
18.I’m comfortable asking for help.
19.I don’t act impulsively when the risks are high.
20.I don’t allow the fear of risk to stop me from moving forward and making a decision.

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