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Which emotion do you lead with?

If you're feeling a bit unbalanced, this quiz is for you! From happiness to fear, take it to find out which emotion you lead with and how to start living your happiest, healthiest life.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What quote or saying do people spout that you think is total BS?
    • A.
      "Do one thing every day that scares you."
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened." — Dr. Seuss
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      "Life is short and then you die."
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      "Fire in the heart sends smoke into the head." — German Proverb
      (Correlates to: )
  • 2.
    On a scale of 1 to never, how often do you lose your temper?
    • A.
      1-4 — You can call me a cucumber 'cause I always keep my cool 🥒
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    • B.
      5-7 — Zen is USUALLY the name of my game.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      8-10 — I'm a hothead. It doesn't take much to push me over the edge...
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    You’re feeling bummed when your BFF backs out of your dinner plans, what happens next?...
    • A.
      I mope around for a bit then order some sushi take out and pour myself a generous glass of wine.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      My thoughts start spiralling — maybe they secretly think I'm annoying and are going out with someone cooler.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      No biggie! I pull out a cookbook and try my hand at a new gluten-free macaroni and cheese recipe.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I obsess over how rude they were... Who cancels at the last minute?! Maybe it's time to write them off.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 4.
    How would your BFF describe you?
    • A.
      Creative, inspired, and a teensy bit emotional — I'm the friend that always starts crying during sad movies.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Driven, determined, and never afraid to tell it like it is... Even if "like it is" might hurt a few feelings.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Bubbly, light-hearted, and always has something nice to say no matter the circumstances. I like to spread the love ❤️
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Quiet, sensitive, and always supportive. While I'm not a risk-taker, I encourage my friends to live life on the edge.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    The barista made your latte with almond milk, but you wanted oat milk, what do you do...
    • A.
      I'm too nervous to ask them to remake it, so I take my almond milk latte and exit stage left.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      They better watch out! I paid $7 for this latte, and if I ask for oat milk, I'm getting oat milk.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I'm upset — it's like no one hears me anymore. I don't ask for a new one, but I feel down about it for an hour or so.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      No sweat! I wave at the barista and tell them that I ordered oat milk. I'm sure they'll remake it.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    What question do you ask yourself most?
    • A.
      What is the world, and why am I in it?
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Why do people walk so slow?
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Where are my social skills when I need them?
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      What should I have for dinner?
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    Stop to smell the roses, yea or nay?
    • A.
      Roses, daises, and black-eyes Susans — I'm stopping to smell them all!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Maybe... If I check them first for ants. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I ain't got time for flowers! I've got wars to wage and worlds to change.
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I smell them, cut them, and press them between the pages of my fave book!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    If you could master any of the following social-emotional skills, which would you choose and why?
    • A.
      Appreciating what I'm experiencing in the moment without worrying about it ending.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Communicating my dislike for certain people, places, and things without coming off as aggressive.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Remembering the good even while I'm living through the bad. It always gets better, right?
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Accepting myself and not worrying so much about what others think of me. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 9.
    What's your BIG "why" behind balancing your emotions?
    • A.
      Strengthening my relationships with friends and family.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Becoming more resilient, so I can handle the tough stuff.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Getting my physical health in check. Stress hurts, people!
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Cultivating my calm and carrying myself with confidence.
      (Correlates to: )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    Your leading emotion is... Happiness
    Woot woot — you did it, friend! By completing this quiz, you've shown your commitment to balancing your emotions and living a blissful life. According to your responses, your leading emotion is happiness. Now let me fill you in on what that actually means...No matter how stormy the sky, you always find a silver lining. You're content most days, and when you do feel down, you're quick to dust yourself off. You practice compassion over competition... What's the point in getting worked up over nothing, am I right?Though your leading emotion is happiness, you still might find yourself struggling. Sometimes you might become nervous wondering if your contentment will last. But there's nothing to fear, friend, there are skills you can learn to become more resilient.“Real happiness is not of temporary enjoyment, but is so interwoven with the future that it blesses for ever.” — James Lendall BasfordHow to Balance Your Emotions and Build a Healthier, Happier Life1. Start with Awareness Simply taking the time to notice how you're feeling can help put your negative emotions into perspective. By doing this, you'll create distance between your identity and whatever your experiencing. The next time you're angry, sad, or fearful, close your eyes and lean into the feeling. Accept it so you can move on.2. Take a Proactive Approach to StressInstead of waiting until you reach your breaking point to meditate, journal, or enjoy a long walk, take a proactive approach to managing your stress levels by making these relaxing activities part of your daily routine. Think you don't have enough time? Try looking at it as an investment in your health and happiness.3. Make Gratitude Your AttitudeMaybe you've heard this tip a couple times before, but trust me, it's worth trying. Reflecting on the things you're thankful for (no matter how big or small) instantly elevates your mood and can help you see the silver lining on just about anything. Consider starting a gratitude journal and writing in it throughout the day.Who Am I to Tell You How to Live Your Happiest and Healthiest? Let Me Fill You InHey there, I'm Jessie Simons 👋 I help courageous people (just like you) change their lives from the inside out. From careers to romantic relationships, our current circumstances are a result of our emotions. Once we begin to feel happier, healthier, and more confident, we can start taking risks and asking for the opportunities we deserve. Having worked with clients from Shanghai to San Francisco, I've seen it all. No matter what you're experiencing, we can team up to transform your perspective and achieve your dreams. When you stand strong in yourself, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.Kickstart Your Transformation with These Free Resources1. Join my Facebook group Always Looking Up. We're a courageous community dedicated to helping one another overcome our struggles and start living our best lives.2. Listen to my podcast. I chat with experts in personal transformation about everything from emotional balance to breaking out of our old habits and forging fearlessly forward.3. Book a 15 minutes consultation with yours truly. If you're ready to start changing your life from the inside out, let's talk. We'll get to know one another, and you can decide if we're a match.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox Soon With More Tips to Help You Balance Your Emotions and Live in Ease
  • 2.
    Your leading emotion is... Anger
    Woot woot — you did it, friend! By completing this quiz, you've shown your commitment to balancing your emotions and living a blissful life. According to your responses, your leading emotion is anger. Now let me fill you in on what that actually means...It doesn't take much to set you off... Whether it's slow traffic, a messed up Starbucks order, or someone looking at you the wrong way, you're ready to throw down. On top of that, you may get stuck in negative thought patterns and have trouble forming meaningful relationships. But change is ALWAYS possible! It's simply a matter of seeing an alternative and taking actionable steps towards it. Not sure where to start? No sweat. That's why I'm here — I want to gift you every tool you might need to live a healthy, happy life."Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you are." — Cherie Carter-ScottHow to Balance Your Emotions and Build a Healthier, Happier Life1. Start with Awareness Simply taking the time to notice how you're feeling can help put your negative emotions into perspective. By doing this, you'll create distance between your identity and whatever your experiencing. The next time you're angry, sad, or fearful, close your eyes and lean into the feeling. Accept it so you can move on.2. Take a Proactive Approach to StressInstead of waiting until you reach your breaking point to meditate, journal, or enjoy a long walk, take a proactive approach to managing your stress levels by making these relaxing activities part of your daily routine. Think you don't have enough time? Try looking at it as an investment in your health and happiness.3. Make Gratitude Your AttitudeMaybe you've heard this tip a couple times before, but trust me, it's worth trying. Reflecting on the things you're thankful for (no matter how big or small) instantly elevates your mood and can help you see the silver lining on just about anything. Consider starting a gratitude journal and writing in it throughout the day.Who Am I to Tell You How to Live Your Happiest and Healthiest? Let Me Fill You InHey there, I'm Jessie Simons 👋 I help courageous people (just like you) change their lives from the inside out. From careers to romantic relationships, our current circumstances are a result of our emotions. Once we begin to feel happier, healthier, and more confident, we can start taking risks and asking for the opportunities we deserve. Having worked with clients from Shanghai to San Francisco, I've seen it all. No matter what you're experiencing, we can team up to transform your perspective and achieve your dreams. When you stand strong in yourself, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.Kickstart Your Transformation with These Free Resources1. Join my Facebook group Always Looking Up. We're a courageous community dedicated to helping one another overcome our struggles and start living our best lives.2. Listen to my podcast. I chat with experts in personal transformation about everything from emotional balance to breaking out of our old habits and forging fearlessly forward.3. Book a 15 minutes consultation with yours truly. If you're ready to start changing your life from the inside out, let's talk. We'll get to know one another, and you can decide if we're a match.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox Soon With More Tips to Help You Balance Your Emotions and Live in Ease
  • 3.
    Your leading emotion is... Sadness
    Woot woot — you did it, friend! By completing this quiz, you've shown your commitment to balancing your emotions and living a blissful life. According to your responses, your leading emotion is sadness. Now let me fill you in on what that actually means...Sometimes you wonder why small things upset you, and it doesn't seem to make sense how others are always smiling. Left unchecked, you may find yourself pulling away from certain people, places, and things because you're scared they'll bring you down.But change is ALWAYS possible! It's simply a matter of seeing an alternative and taking actionable steps towards it. Not sure where to start? No sweat. That's why I'm here — I want to gift you every tool you might need to live a healthy, happy life."You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness." — Jonathan Safran FoerHow to Balance Your Emotions and Build a Healthier, Happier Life1. Start with Awareness Simply taking the time to notice how you're feeling can help put your negative emotions into perspective. By doing this, you'll create distance between your identity and whatever your experiencing. The next time you're angry, sad, or fearful, close your eyes and lean into the feeling. Accept it so you can move on.2. Take a Proactive Approach to StressInstead of waiting until you reach your breaking point to meditate, journal, or enjoy a long walk, take a proactive approach to managing your stress levels by making these relaxing activities part of your daily routine. Think you don't have enough time? Try looking at it as an investment in your health and happiness.3. Make Gratitude Your AttitudeMaybe you've heard this tip a couple times before, but trust me, it's worth trying. Reflecting on the things you're thankful for (no matter how big or small) instantly elevates your mood and can help you see the silver lining on just about anything. Consider starting a gratitude journal and writing in it throughout the day.Who Am I to Tell You How to Live Your Happiest and Healthiest? Let Me Fill You InHey there, I'm Jessie Simons 👋 I help courageous people (just like you) change their lives from the inside out. From careers to romantic relationships, our current circumstances are a result of our emotions. Once we begin to feel happier, healthier, and more confident, we can start taking risks and asking for the opportunities we deserve. Having worked with clients from Shanghai to San Francisco, I've seen it all. No matter what you're experiencing, we can team up to transform your perspective and achieve your dreams. When you stand strong in yourself, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.Kickstart Your Transformation with These Free Resources1. Join my Facebook group Always Looking Up. We're a courageous community dedicated to helping one another overcome our struggles and start living our best lives.2. Listen to my podcast. I chat with experts in personal transformation about everything from emotional balance to breaking out of our old habits and forging fearlessly forward.3. Book a 15 minutes consultation with yours truly. If you're ready to start changing your life from the inside out, let's talk. We'll get to know one another, and you can decide if we're a match.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox Soon With More Tips to Help You Balance Your Emotions and Live in Ease
  • 4.
    Your leading emotion is... Fear
    Woot woot — you did it, friend! By completing this quiz, you've shown your commitment to balancing your emotions and living a blissful life. According to your responses, your leading emotion is fear. Now let me fill you in on what that actually means...It's hard for you to sit back and relax because you've ALWAYS got something on your mind. You might worry about the future and imagine negative outcomes for upcoming events. On top of that, you may become anxious in situations that don't make sense and feel bad about getting so worked up over nothing.But change is ALWAYS possible! It's simply a matter of seeing an alternative and taking actionable steps towards it. Not sure where to start? No sweat. That's why I'm here — I want to gift you every tool you might need to live a healthy, happy life."Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood." — Marie CurieHow to Balance Your Emotions and Build a Healthier, Happier Life1. Start with Awareness Simply taking the time to notice how you're feeling can help put your negative emotions into perspective. By doing this, you'll create distance between your identity and whatever your experiencing. The next time you're angry, sad, or fearful, close your eyes and lean into the feeling. Accept it so you can move on.2. Take a Proactive Approach to StressInstead of waiting until you reach your breaking point to meditate, journal, or enjoy a long walk, take a proactive approach to managing your stress levels by making these relaxing activities part of your daily routine. Think you don't have enough time? Try looking at it as an investment in your health and happiness.3. Make Gratitude Your AttitudeMaybe you've heard this tip a couple times before, but trust me, it's worth trying. Reflecting on the things you're thankful for (no matter how big or small) instantly elevates your mood and can help you see the silver lining on just about anything. Consider starting a gratitude journal and writing in it throughout the day.Who Am I to Tell You How to Live Your Happiest and Healthiest? Let Me Fill You InHey there, I'm Jessie Simons 👋 I help courageous people (just like you) change their lives from the inside out. From careers to romantic relationships, our current circumstances are a result of our emotions. Once we begin to feel happier, healthier, and more confident, we can start taking risks and asking for the opportunities we deserve. Having worked with clients from Shanghai to San Francisco, I've seen it all. No matter what you're experiencing, we can team up to transform your perspective and achieve your dreams. When you stand strong in yourself, there's no limit to what you can accomplish.Kickstart Your Transformation with These Free Resources1. Join my Facebook group Always Looking Up. We're a courageous community dedicated to helping one another overcome our struggles and start living our best lives.2. Listen to my podcast. I chat with experts in personal transformation about everything from emotional balance to breaking out of our old habits and forging fearlessly forward.3. Book a 15 minutes consultation with yours truly. If you're ready to start changing your life from the inside out, let's talk. We'll get to know one another, and you can decide if we're a match.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox Soon With More Tips to Help You Balance Your Emotions and Live in Ease