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Some things were just never meant to be done' 6. Can you adaPt to raPid changes? A. My middle name is change. bad B . It,s easier for me to adapt to good changes than to adapt to changes. C . If you've seen one change, you've seen them all' D . As long as it's you who changes and not me' E. I don't even like to change my socks! 7. Are you creative? your solution A. Just give me a pencil and a piece of paper, and you'll have in five minutes. B . Usually, but it depends on what mood I'm in' C . Let me think about that for a while' else has D .

R Lifestyle: Becoming a consultant can mean quite a change in your lifestyle. For example, when you work for an organization, you're almost always directed to complete a long list of tasks and assignments. However, when you're an independent consultant, suddenly you have to direct and motivate yourself to get things done. Self-motlvation can be a liberating but frightening prospect for someone who has been told what to do and when to do it for years. Consulting requires /ofs of selfdiscipline. You still have to get up each morning and go to work, even when your office is only a few steps down the hall - or at a coffeehouse down the street - rather than 20 miles on the other side of town.

A. Yes, solving problems is my sole reason for being. B. Yes, I like solving certain kinds of problems. C. Can I trade one of my problems for one of yours? D. Is there someone else who can solve them? E. No. Yuck. Never. 2. can you set your own goals and then follow them to completion? A. I don't know what I would do if I didn't always have goals to pursue. B. Yes, I set my own goals, but I don't always follow up on them. C. I haven't tried before, but if you show me how I will. D. I don't set my own goals; they set themselves.

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