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What’s Your Behavioral Style?
Are You a Director, Thinker, Relater, or Socializer?

Have you ever wondered why you hit it off with some people immediately, while with others it's like oil and water? That's because there are four primary behavioral styles, each with a very distinct and predictable pattern of observable behavior. Once you understand these patterns, you have the key to unlock your ability to get along with nearly anyone.

Completing the questionnaire below will only take 3-5 minutes to learn what makes you tick. Once completed, you will receive your in-depth Platinum Rule Report. It will describe your behavioral tendencies in your interactions with others on the job, with your friends and family, and even with your partner. And that's not the half of it! It also provides action plans on how you can get along better with your boss, your friends and family, and your partner. At first, you'll be stunned how effortlessly you can get along with anybody.

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For $79.00US, you will receive:

  • Your comprehensive personalized behavioral Style Assessment Report
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Directions for Responding
to the Platinum Rule Online Assessment

When responding to this assessment, the first thing you must do is select a focus... either work, social or family. Your focus can be general or specific.

For instance, if you select a work focus, you may respond with a general work focus or a specific focus thinking of a particular role or working with a specific person or department at work.

The same is true for a social focus. You may respond as to how you are generally in social situations or have a particular social setting or person in mind.

With family, you may respond as to how you are generally with your entire family or with a more specific role or a relationship with a particular family member such as mother, father, spouse, son, daughter, grandparent, etc.

If you see a question where you believe that neither of the answer choices provided apply because you think to yourself, "I would never handle a situation in either of those ways," please answer the question from the perspective of how you would instinctively (how you would really like to) handle the various situations about which you are being questioned.

Also remember, everyone's behavior can be different depending on the role they are filling, such as parent/spouse vs. manager. Be sure to answer these questions from the same focus when responding to the entire questionnaire.


Select a focus now:Work     Social     Family

Maintain this same focus when responding to the entire questionnaire.

This assessment consists of 18 pairs of statements.
Read each pair (left side and right side) of statements.
Decide which statement best describes you in your selected focus above.
Decide to what degree that statement describes you, and
click on either Somewhat or Very under that statement that best describes you.

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Question (1 of 18)
I find it easy to share and discuss personal feelings with others.  I prefer to keep personal feelings private, sharing them only when necessary. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (2 of 18)
I usually eat, walk and talk at a slower-than-average pace.  I usually eat, walk and talk at a faster-than-average pace. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (3 of 18)
I prefer getting tasks completed before socializing with others.   I prefer to socialize with others before getting tasks started. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (4 of 18)
I focus on QUANTITY - preferring to complete as many things as possible as long as they're ''Good enough''   I focus on QUALITY - preferring to complete things as well as possible regardless of how long it takes.  
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (5 of 18)
I tend to make decisions primarily on feelings and/or opinions from others.  I tend to make decisions primarily on facts and evidence. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (6 of 18)
I usually react slowly when faced with new situations or decisions.  I usually react quickly when faced with new situations or decisions. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (7 of 18)
In general, I prefer telephone conversations that are shorter and to the point.  In general, I prefer telephone conversations that are longer and free flowing. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (8 of 18)
I’m usually comfortable making most decisions without waiting for all the facts to come in.  I typically wait to make my decisions until all the facts are gathered and the options are weighed.  
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (9 of 18)
I prefer to work with others.  I prefer to work independently. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (10 of 18)
I tend to listen more than talk.  I tend to talk more than listen. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (11 of 18)
I tend to be driven more by logic.  I tend to be driven more by intuition. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (12 of 18)
Others are more likely to describe me as more competitive.  Others are more likely to describe me as less competitive. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (13 of 18)
I am easy to approach in new social situations.  I am more standoffish in new social situations. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (14 of 18)
When in mild disagreement with others, I tend to keep my position/opinion to myself.  When in mild disagreement with others, I tend to state my position/opinion openly. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (15 of 18)
When people first meet me, they might describe me as being more formal and proper.  When people first meet me, they might describe me as being more relaxed and warm. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (16 of 18)
Others are more likely to describe me as impatient.  Others are more likely to describe me as patient. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (17 of 18)
Others would say that my body language and facial expressions are rather easy to read.  Others would say that my facial expressions and body language are difficult to read. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very


Question (18 of 18)
Others are more likely to describe me as less assertive/more reserved.  Others are more likely to describe me as more assertive/less reserved. 
Very Somewhat OR Somewhat Very



Complete the membership form below to receive your:
  • Your 27-page Behavioral Style Assessment Report

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  • Access to your Member Site and Report for 1 year!

  • Interactive Learning Tool on How to Identify and Adapt to the Behavioral Styles of Others

  • FREE Platinum Rule PDF workbook and MP3 Audio

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