This is ok . . .

I used a diagnostic tool to find out more about myself. One of the results suggested I had a high level of “mischievousness.”

Immediately, I was a little concerned. Being mischievous? At work? Surely no. Not me.

So I investigated what the tool meant by this behaviour, and learned that being mischievous means I’m more likely to:

  • break rules
  • be hedonistic
  • take the pressure off others
  • be light-hearted
  • think that work should be fun

Mischievous? Yes, I can live with that.

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