What is your crisis response?

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crisis response

Nowadays, in our life, everyone all have a time of crisis. So, when the crisis comes, what is your crisis response, do you respond positively or passively? let’s take a look at the test below, you will find out the result in your heart. (Each answer has a corresponding guide to the next question, please continue to the next question directed at the end of your answer)

 

Begin the Test:

1)      You crossed the Qing dynasty and became a law enforcement. Now that you are tracking a criminal, what kind of prison do you think you are catching?

A) Murderer (continue to question 2)

B) Corruption offender (continue to question 3)

C) A thief (continue to question 4)

 

2)      The criminal you are chasing is very cruel. It is a dangerous person. Do you feel that you have big chance to catch him?

A) Absolutely, the power of justice is endless (continue to question 5)

B) About half, this criminal is still very tricky (continue to question 6)

C) Not at all, feel that you are doing futile things (continue to type D)

 

3)    In the process, you get the news: The criminal has been killed. What will you do next?

A) Continue tracking, to find other missing fish (continue to type C)

B) Criminal is already dead, report back (continue to question 6)

C) I also want to try to follow it and see if there is any valuable discovery (continue to question 2)

 

4)    This criminal is probably related to a big case. What do you think is the case?

A) Massive murder case (continue to question 5)

B) Theft of the Royal Palace (continue to question 6)

 

5)    You follow the news: This criminal not only kills but also participates in activities against the court. What do you do at this time?

A) Continue tracking until the truth get reviled (continue to question 3)

B) Report to the court, ask for orders (continue to type A)

 

6)    You finally traced the criminal. However, to your disbelief, the criminal is actually your cousin. What would you do?

A) Arrest him (continue to type B)

B) Let him go (continue to type D)

 

Test Result:

Type A:   Your only attitude toward the crisis is to escape. When you encounter a big pressure or crisis, you feel like you are going to be crushed, and you will definitely choose to escape. In fact, the biggest enemy that hinders your success is not anyone stronger than you, but you. Courage to face the crisis, withstand pressure, I believe you will have a very good upgrade.

 

Type B:   When you deal with the crisis, you usually make judgments witted and calmly, and eventually resolve the crisis smoothly. The most admirable thing is that even if you have experienced major changes and setbacks, you will be very calm, and sometimes people will feel that you are very strong. You don’t need others around you, and you don’t need any help from anyone.

 

Type C:   You are a stubborn person. If you are in a crisis caused by your wrong position, you will always stick to your position in the face of a crisis. Even if you cannot resolve the crisis in the end, you will never change your mind. You are very persistent. In fact, if we look at the issue in an objective and fair manner, we will naturally find our own position. It is suggested that you think about issues from multiple perspectives. This will successfully resolve the crisis.

 

Type D:   You completely ignore the crisis and pressure. Others may feel incredible. However, this also shows that you are very slow and often do not find abnormalities around you. This kind of personality characteristics make you feel that your nature is free and easy, and your mind is broad.

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