Entrepreneurship is becoming a greater focus for the Zarb School of Business. Are YOU interested in becoming an entrepreneur? The potential may be great; but the risks may be high too. Below, you will find an entrepreneur’s quiz.
We have posted several times on entrepreneurship, such as:
“Ask yourself: Does the idea of leaving your job and paycheck and benefits frighten you more or excite you more? Excitement and fear are my beginning criteria because starting a business is not for everyone and you better be darned sure that you will like it before risking a lot of time, money and your reputation on a new idea. But let’s drill down a little deeper. To help, I have created a short quiz. It will help you evaluate your qualifications. (But please, as you answer, be honest with yourself. It doesn’t help you at all to get an answer ‘right’ if it really is not true for you.)”
“Using a series of ‘would you rather’ questions, we navigate you through a quiz that determines where your strengths in the workplace connect to your motivation. The result? A breakdown of your workplace ‘personas’ and how they contribute to the success of the organization.”
“Why should you take the test? The first step in being able to build a stronger personal brand and career development strategy is knowing what value you bring to an employer. This quiz will help you map out your strengths so you can start to market them more effectively!”
“How long will it take? There are 20 questions total and it will take you less than two minutes to complete. Yet, don’t be fooled by how quickly you can complete it. The results are accurate and compelling – you’ll see!”
Click the image to begin the quiz. [NOTE: Once you complete the quiz, you will have access to a variety of career-related videos!!!!!]
Do you like/love to shop — or hate to shop? Do you spend time comparison shopping — or buy whatever is readily available? Are you an impulse shopper drawn to sales and special displays — or a careful planner who sticks to a shopping list? Your answers to these and other questions help determine your “shopping personality.”
Inquire.net has put together a fun quiz to determine your shopping quiz.It is somewhat tongue in cheek!!
Click the image to access the quiz. You will get feedback if you complete the quiz and click “submit.”
As defined bybusinessdictionary.com, general etiquette encompasses “behaviors and expectations for individual actions within society, group, or class.” Professional (business) etiquette “involves treating coworkers and employers with respect and courtesy in a way that creates a pleasant work environment for everyone.”
With this in mind, Careerealism has devised a quiz: “How Good Is Your Professional Etiquette?”
As part of this presentation, a 21-item true-false quiz on online/social privacy was conducted. Through this post, you may take the quiz in one of two ways:
Look at the two screens below for the questions. There is a separate PDF file with the answers under the quiz.
Look at the YouTube video that is embedded at the bottom of the post. The video includes the answers and a discussion for each question. The audio quality is very good.To clearly view the YouTube version of the quiz, use the full-screen mode!!