Wednesday, June 20, 2007

The Hero within

As a very strict policy, I do not do Sponsored posts (and am not really popular or savvy enough to get too many of these requests). Hence, out of total altruistic motives, I recommend you to discover your own heroism, by answering a few absurd questions which take less than five minutes.

The link was referred to by a friend whose analysis I thought was perfectly apt. And as my own analysis was fairly complimentary, I liked it even more.

How about you? Click here to find your own inner hero.

My Hero:

Hello, Warrior!

You are courageous, straightforward, and charismatic. You're a born leader, but also not afraid to face danger on your own. Nothing stands between you and victory... nothing that lives to tell the tale, anyway. If anyone needs someone to charge into battle for oneself, call on you.

Your Profile:

You're tough, courageous, and up to your eyebrows in chutzpah. If you're still in school, your teachers probably talk a lot about your "potential." If you work, your boss calls you a "pro-active self-starter," whatever that means. You don't shy away from hard work, that's for sure. When it comes to leisure, you'd rather be out hiking or biking or snowboarding than sitting around watching TV or reading a book. You care about your health, and have strong opinions.

Above all, you're a man/woman of action and a born leader. You see obstacles as challenges and hardship as an opportunity to build your character (and your muscles). You're not afraid of conflict - in fact, you're not afraid of much of anything. You tend to dive into things headfirst and sort out the consequences later.

Your Mission:

You were put on this earth to lead others. They will follow you, because they are bowled over by your forceful personality, your charisma, and your willingness to do what they're afraid to do. You are the one who has to make things happen, because everyone else is too afraid of rocking the boat.

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to Start Something. Something small, or something big. Start a club at your school. Propose a new project to your boss. Invent a new family tradition. Start a small business. Start something.

A Warning:

Try to remember: it's not all about you. Yes, people tend to do what you say, but don't abuse that power. Don't be a bully, even if you feel like the weaklings really deserve it. Have a Paladin teach you how to "make nice" when necessary. You have the potential to become a great leader, but only if you curb your tendency to be thoughtless, egocentric, and well, sometimes just plain rude.

And by the way, just because you don't understand something, that doesn't mean it's "stupid." Get a Wizard to figure things out for you instead of just giving up when your attention span runs out.

1 comment:

rayshma said...

i'd liked this too.. sez i'm a wizard... lol!