You're late for an important meeting because you're stuck in traffic. You've let the person you're meeting know and are waiting for the traffic jam to clear up. How will you spend your time? *





 
Today is a busy day, your schedule is full: meetings, calls, important tasks. How will you spend your lunch? *


 
You're finishing up a big project. You're working 12 hour days, constantly writing, reading, or talking on the phone. Do you make time for yourself (salon, massage, the gym)? *


 
The whole team got together to brainstorm product development ideas. What are you doing during the meeting? *


 
You just found your flow at work and are doing something super important. What will happen if your coworker interrupts you? *





 
You've been chosen to head up a team for an important project. Will it be difficult for you to delegate tasks? *


 
How do you handle new tasks you've never had to deal with before? *


 
You're getting ready for a conference, which means you have to get 10 completely different tasks done in a few days. You: *


 
You need to get three days of work done in one day. Can you do it? *





 
Your company took part in a big competition. You didn't win, but you met a lot of important people and learned a ton about the market. How do you feel? *


 
Your coworker's performance is not as good lately. He's not meeting deadlines and can't concentrate. Rumor has it he's depressed due to personal issues and has been talking to a therapist. What do you think about this? *


 
You're interviewing a potential intern. She meets all the requirements, but says she doesn't have any goals or plans in life. She needs a job and money. Your decision? *


 
On vacation, you... *





 
What's a good reason to skip work? *


 
What does your work schedule look like? *


 
When you wake up and think about the upcoming day, what do you feel? *


 
At the end of a work day, you.. *





 
When you tell others about your work, do you get the feeling that what you're doing is useless nonsense? *


 
Have you noticed that you can't think as clearly as you used to and get easily distracted? *


 
You're at a meeting and realize that the company's plans for the next quarter are going to require a ton of effort from you. How do you feel? *





Looks like you're a Type A personality with professional burnout
You're a workaholic who has trouble relaxing and always wants to take initiative. The need to constantly take on new challenges means that your body and brain are under a lot of stress. Routine work is not for you - you can't concentrate and start procrastinating. You like tight deadlines and taking risks. Getting a month's worth of work done in a week? Easy! Checking your email, eating breakfast, and talking on the phone at the same time? That's you! You like to be a winner and think that being sick, tired, or in a bad mood are signs of weakness. Want to spot a Type A personality among your coworkers? Look for someone who talks over everybody, argues, interrupts, and uses a lot of hand gestures.You're ambitious, competitive, and hate when people get in your way. You like to take charge and dominate, but life's challenges and difficult circumstances can easily throw you off.

What's the problem? Your life lacks balance. You have a hard time relaxing and are constantly stressed. This can lead to chronic pain, frequent colds, panic attacks, depression, hypertension, insomnia, and burnout (you're already showing signs of it).

What is professional burnout? A combination of fatigue and apathy or irritation. It happens when our work requires a lot of responsibility, is unpredictable, and entails a lot of emotional labor.

Why is it dangerous? You can't think clearly and make bad decisions. You have trouble generating ideas, are rude to clients, and go off on friends and family members.

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- It's a scientific tool that measures your stress and energy levels
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Looks like you're a Type A personality without professional burnout

You're a workaholic who has trouble relaxing and always wants to take initiative. The need to constantly take on new challenges means that your body and brain are under a lot of stress. Routine work is not for you - you can't concentrate and start procrastinating. You like tight deadlines and taking risks. Getting a month's worth of work done in a week? Easy! Checking your email, eating breakfast, and talking on the phone at the same time? That's you! You like to be a winner and think that being sick, tired, or in a bad mood are signs of weakness. Want to spot a Type A personality among your coworkers? Look for someone who talks over everybody, argues, interrupts, and uses a lot of hand gestures.You're ambitious, competitive, and hate when people get in your way. You like to take charge and dominate, but life's challenges and difficult circumstances can easily throw you off.

What's the problem? Your life lacks balance. You have a hard time relaxing and are constantly stressed. This can lead to chronic pain, frequent colds, panic attacks, depression, hypertension, insomnia, and burnout (you're already showing signs of it).

What is professional burnout? A combination of fatigue and apathy or irritation. It happens when our work requires a lot of responsibility, is unpredictable, and entails a lot of emotional labor.

Why is it dangerous? You can't think clearly and make bad decisions. You have trouble generating ideas, are rude to clients, and go off on friends and family members.

How can Welltory help?
- It's a scientific tool that measures your stress and energy levels
- Check out graphs and charts that show how sleep, exercise, work, and even sex impact you
- Learn about the physiology of productivity
- Find stress-management lifehacks that work for you

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Looks like you're a Type B personality with professional burnout

You're a calm, level-headed person. You're patient and prefer to avoid snap judgements or making decisions on the spot. You get along well with others. You like to keep a healthy work-life balance and don't like to be stressed. People like you are usually relaxed and speak calmly. You won't see a lot of hand gestures. This doesn't mean that Type B people are lazier or less efficient. On the contrary, they are often conscientious and consistent.

The problem? Type B people are less likely to suffer from stress-related issues, even though they work just as hard. However, a long-term imbalance between work and rest can lead to chronic stress.  It manifests in frequent colds, depression, loss of interest, and professional burnout.

What is professional burnout? A combination of fatigue and apathy or irritation. It happens when our work requires a lot of responsibility, is unpredictable, and entails a lot of emotional labor. Professional burnout is a physiological and emotional imbalance that needs to be treated as an illness and taken seriously. Unfortunately, you are showing signs of burnout already.

Why is it dangerous? You can't think clearly and make bad decisions. You have trouble generating ideas, are rude to clients, and go off on friends and family members. You feel worse physically as well - you're exhausted in the mornings, get tired easily, and may experience pain in your back, joints, and neck.

How can Welltory help?
- It's a scientific tool that measures your stress and energy levels
- Check out graphs and charts that show how sleep, exercise, work, and even sex impact you
- Learn about the physiology of productivity
- Find stress-management lifehacks that work for you

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Looks like you're a Type B personality without professional burnout

You're a calm, level-headed person. You're patient and prefer to avoid snap judgements or making decisions on the spot. You get along well with others. You like to keep a healthy work-life balance and don't like to be stressed. People like you are usually relaxed and speak calmly. You won't see a lot of hand gestures. This doesn't mean that Type B people are lazier or less efficient. On the contrary, they are often conscientious and consistent.

The problem? Type B people are less likely to suffer from stress-related issues, even though they work just as hard. However, a long-term imbalance between work and rest can lead to chronic stress.  It manifests in frequent colds, depression, loss of interest, and professional burnout.

What is professional burnout? A combination of fatigue and apathy or irritation. It happens when our work requires a lot of responsibility, is unpredictable, and entails a lot of emotional labor. Professional burnout is a physiological and emotional imbalance that needs to be treated as an illness and taken seriously. You're not showing any symptoms yet, but your personality type puts you at risk.

Why is it dangerous? You can't think clearly and make bad decisions. You have trouble generating ideas, are rude to clients, and go off on friends and family members. You feel worse physically as well - you're exhausted in the mornings, get tired easily, and may experience pain in your back, joints, and neck.

How can Welltory help?
- It's a scientific tool that measures your stress and energy levels
- Check out graphs and charts that show how sleep, exercise, work, and even sex impact you
- Learn about the physiology of productivity
- Find stress-management lifehacks that work for you

Share the info about the assessment with your friends:
Download the app