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Test Your Prosperity Quotient (PQ)

Posted By: Randy GageAugust 13, 2020

What’s Your PQ?

You’ve heard of IQ, the test for your Intellectual Quotient.  But have you ever thought about your PQ – your Prosperity Quotient?  Your PQ determines your abundance mindset: whether you see the world through a filter of prosperity consciousness or lack consciousness.  Your mindset influences every area of your life from relationships to health to happiness to your finances. 

Want to know whether you’re coming from prosperity, or limited by lack thinking?  Take this 4-minute Prosperity Test below.  But only do it if you’re going to answer honestly, not shaded by what you want to believe, or think is the correct answer.  That way you’ll discover the truth about how you think, and your probability to manifest prosperity will be revealed. Keep a tally: On a separate sheet, mark how many A and B answers you come up with.

If you tell the five people closest to you that you just came up with a $100 million idea will they:

  1. Tell you all the reasons it won’t work.
  2. Be excited to support you with it

When you approach someone you’re attracted to, your first thought is:

  1. Fear of rejection
  2. Expecting a positive response

You’re in a sporting competition and it’s down to the final seconds.  One person will be the hero or the failure.  Do you want to be that person?

  1. No
  2. Yes

You’re at an event where they are drawing raffle tickets.  Do you expect to:

  1. Lose
  2. Win

If you were in the bottom three on “American Idol” and Ryan Seacrest was about to announce who was cut, would you:

  1.  Mentally start packing your bags
  2.  Expect a save from the audience

If you came into a large sum of money.  Would you:

  1. Get nervous and think it’s a mistake
  2. Celebrate your newfound prosperity

How often do you use negative expressions like: “I never win anything,” “All the good guys are married or gay,” or “If it wasn’t for bad luck, I’d have no luck at all?”  

  1. Frequently or occasionally
  2. Never

Do you secretly fear that if you become rich and successful, your friends and family may not like you anymore?

  1. Yes
  2. No

When things are really going great for you, are you more likely to:

  1. Get a little apprehensive, waiting for the other shoe to drop
  2. Congratulate yourself on your results

If you won $10,000 in a contest, would you be most likely to shout:

  1. I can’t believe I won!
  2. I just knew I was going to win!

Did your upbringing include religious concepts of being a flawed individual in need of redemption or salvation?

  1. Yes
  2. No

If you were driving along the highway and you saw a Rolls Royce or Lamborghini with a flat tire, would you find that amusing?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Do you believe your chances for becoming wealthy are:

  1. Limited because of your education, age, where you were born, etc.
  2. As good or better than anyone else

Would you (or do you) feel guilty if you earn more than your parents or your spouse does?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Do you have a pattern of repeating negative relationships?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Are you jealous or resentful of people who have very expensive homes, jewelry and cars?

  1. Yes
  2. No

How often do you use lack-centered expressions such as: “poor as a church mouse,” “filthy rich,” or “more money than God?”

  1. Frequently or occasionally
  2. Never

When you manifest prosperity or success, do you feel guilty and think it comes at the expense of others?

  1. Yes
  2. No

When you’re in a romantic relationship, do you expect to:

  1. Likely break up
  2. “Live happily ever after”

Do you exhibit a strong fear of loss mentality with extra locks, extraneous insurance, and alarms on everything?

  1. Yes
  2. No

If someone accused you of being a visionary dreamer, would there be enough evidence for the jury to convict you?

  1. No
  2. Yes

Answer key: There are 21 questions in this test.  Please add up how many ‘A’ responses you chose versus how many ‘B’ ones.  All ‘A’ responses indicate you have a fearful, limiting, and lack-centered mindset.  All ‘B’ responses indicate you have a confident, abundant, and prosperity-centered mindset.  So if you have more ‘B’ selections, your likelihood of manifesting health, happiness and success is good.  (And more likely the higher the ratio is for the b answers.  Ex: 15 B answers and only 6 A ones would mean very likely.  But if it’s 11 to 10, not so much.)  However, if you have more A selections (and especially if it’s lopsided, you’re going to want to upgrade your thinking and develop a more prosperous mindset. 

If you had 7 or more ‘A’ answers, you may want to consider taking the Manifesting Prosperity Master Class I'm conducting in association with Tim Shurr, an expert in human behavior and unconscious bias. This is breakthrough new work I’ve been working on for months now. It will help you blow up any negative default settings you may have, and makeover your mindset to manifest prosperity.   For details on the curriculum, see here: www.survivingtothriving.me/masterclass

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  • 6 comments on “Test Your Prosperity Quotient (PQ)”

    1. Between 3 and 4 A's.......When we met years and years ago I would certainly have scored much higher in the A category, lo.

      The Religion question is up in the air....I grew up Catholic but I don't really think the being poor is a noble thing ever caught in my head, lol......but if just being Catholic means I get that question because that is certainly part of the programming...than 4 it is , lol. I once saw this guy in Atlanta do a Sacred Secrets or Prosperity workshop for like 9 hours in a row and blew the minds off of the majority religous crowd....that was pretty awesome to see some minds being blown.

      The others don't bother me too much in terms of prosperity fixing as when I do a raffle I don't do it to win...it's normally for the cause...and I don't expect to win.

      I definitely would yell I can't believe I won $10,000.00 --- Guilty there but again....not expecting to win something that is by chance is something I am ok with.

      The other one that made me think a bit extra was the......."When things are really going well".............I guess life experiences put my mindset in the Keep it up Wes...you are doing awesome but I would be lying if I did not feel like...ok the shoe may drop at anytime so there is a bit of apprehension but in no way is it paralyzing or something that stops me from continuing.

      Great test..Good food for thoughts....and Good reminders to keep working on every day for sure.

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