The PASDAQ Review
Personality Abilities Skills Dreams Ambitions Qualifications (PASDAQ)
The 150 questions in The PASDAQ Review © tell you a lot about yourself. Some of it you will already know; some of it you won’t. This is not a “yes/no quiz” or a forced-choice set of checklist answers. In order to get useful feedback from your Mentor, the questions need thoughtful answers – the more you put into it, the more you get out of it.
The PASDAQ Review © does not, by itself, help you to find the right job. It identifies the direction in which you should look. It helps you find your objective and purpose – your Tree on the other side of the Field. Until you know where is you cannot aim for it.
The PASDAQ Review © is one stage of the Career and Jobs Programme. If, having completed The PASDAQ Review ©, you decide to go on to sign up for the whole Career and Jobs Programme, two-thirds of the cost of The PASDAQ Review © will be deducted from the cost of the Career and Jobs Programme.
A Terrific Mentor will email you a questionnaire about “who you are”, “what you want” and “why”. It will take you between three and four hours to complete The PASDAQ Review ©. Email your answers to your Terrific Mentor and he/she will reply with feedback, comments and, usually, more questions.
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