Which Six Words Best Describe Your Personality?

What quote sums you up well?

Question 1/10
Are you introverted or extroverted?

Question 2/10
What do you want to be seen as?
A leader
A martyr

Question 3/10
What make you feel at peace?
A thunderstorm
Being in a meadow
Hearing children's laughter
Seeing others smile

Question 4/10
Which word would you say best describes you?

Question 5/10
Would you say you're a judgmental person?
Who isn't?
I'd like to think I'm not
I try not to be
Not at all

Question 6/10
What do you think makes you a good friend?
My care and concern
My adventures
My humor
My loyalty

Question 7/10
Do you ever feel overwhelmed with regret?
Yes I do
I try not to feel it
No I do not

Question 8/10
What do you consider your strength to be?
My ability to stay calm no matter what
My versatility
My bravery
My loyalty

Question 9/10
What legacy would you like to leave behind?
Knowing you made a change
Knowing you were happy in life
Having happy children
That you were yourself
I'm not sure

Question 10/10
How often are you stressed?
Almost everyday
Once in awhile
This quote suits you well. You are a peaceful and calm person who likes to look for the tranquil moments in life. You don't stress about small things as you things will work out.

Sky Above, Earth Below, Peace Within
This quote fits you and your unique personality well. You have never been one to fit in but rather stand out from the crowd. You take your own chances and dance to beat of your drum.

Find Yourself And Be Just That
This quote fits your bright personality well. You're an optimistic and bubbly person who always looks on the bright side of things. You have hope in even the most chaotic of situations.

Always Find Joy In The Ordinary
This quote fits you well. You're a brave and determined person who takes chances. You try not to let your fears get in the way of amazing opportunities.

Fear Can Be A Mind Killer
This quote fits your kind self well. You are a caring and humble person who always helps those in need. You tend to never look down on someone and instead offer them kindness.

Offer Your Hand, Not Your Judgement