Good Girl Quiz

Ever said yes when you really wanted to say no, put self-care at the bottom of your to do list or passed up an opportunity because you didn’t think you had the perfect credentials? If you said yes to any of these questions, you are not alone! Even the most successful, high achieving women often have self-sabotaging Good Girl habits and hold themselves back from speaking up, setting a healthy boundary or pursuing a dream.

If you’re ready to show up as your most powerful and confident self so you can create sustainable success and happiness, it’s important to understand what Good Girl habits are getting you in your own way. It only takes 5 minutes to complete the quiz, but it can give you some big  insights into where you have room to make some powerful adjustments.

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I have a hard time accepting compliments because I sometimes feel I haven't earned them and I'm a bit of a fraud.
I have a tendency to compare myself to other people and focus on all the ways I don't measure up.
I’m so busy taking care of everyone and everything at work and at home that self-care typically falls to the bottom of my to do list.

Setting and keeping boundaries is difficult for me because I like to keep people happy and feel guilty when I say no.
I'm success driven and feel I need to keep proving my value so I don't take time to appreciate my progress and achievements.
If a new project, position or opportunity comes up that requires me to stretch, I may pass it up because I don’t have the perfect resume or credentials.

When I get a performance review or look in the mirror, I focus on my flaws and shortcomings rather than my strengths.

I make most decisions based on what other people will think and what will make them happy instead of trusting my gut and doing what feels right to me.

I spend time with and listen to people who complain and find fault, even though they bring me down.

It’s important for me to have all the answers because asking for help is a sign of weakness.
When I make a mistake, I repeatedly go over what went wrong and how I fell short; I speak to myself in a critical way, using language I’d never use when speaking to a friend or colleague.

To perform up to my standards, I believe I have to put in a lot of extra hours at work even if this means working myself to exhaustion or not taking all my vacation time.

Limiting beliefs often make me second–guess myself and send me into a cycle of worry and self-doubt.

I tend to keep quiet instead of speaking up when I disagree to avoid conflict or a difficult conversation.

I can feel conflicted because my values and actions aren’t in sync, and it feels like I’m not showing up and leading as my authentic self.