You are unique because of your passion. This inner motivation can be measured in sixteen dimensions that result in billions of possible combinations, each of which distinctly represents an individualized passion profile.
Your Passion Quest
YOUR PQ JOURNEY
COACH K's TIPS
FOCUS ON WHAT YOU LOVE TO DO
Passion deserves its own axis in life. Simply draw two lines: your talents & skills on one vs. your passion on the other. Several studies show that most people, work force or individuals, settle on the top left corner. This corner means a life with high skills/talents with no or little passion. Let passion be your guide on your way to this top right corner where your passions and talents converge. With this in mind, focus on what you LOVE to do (beings), not what you OUGHT TO do (values) or are ABLE to do (doings) during the test.
THIS IS NOT A TEST!!
Reiss Motivation Profile is measuring your individual profile over 16 basic passions. Each individual score represents your motivation or drive over that particular passion. In finding your passions using RMP, overall picture (profile) is more important than individual scores. Both high and low scores can be meaningful, insightful and essential to decode your passion profile. Lean on your spontaneous instinct from your heart to answer these well-thought out questions.
WALK THE TALK
You have been searching for your passions. Search no more. It is time to walk through a process with someone who can talk and walk with you about your passions. It is a serious business to unveil and understand your personal passion set. We exist to empower you to find and work with your passion with our top-notched expertise & services. After your PQ test, the best practice is to scheulde a hour to talk to our coaches about your passions.
What do they say
"We are learning that people are motivated to assert their values. So if you want to motivate someone -- a loved one, a student, or employees -- you would be wise to focus on what they care about."
"Reiss, a professor of psychology and psychiatry at Ohio State University, has spent five years developing and testing a new theory of human motivation. The result of his research is published in the new book Who Am I? The 16 Basic Desires That Motivate Our Action and Define Our Personalities(Tarcher/Putnam, 2000)."
Ohio State Research News
""Value-based happiness is a sense that our lives have meaning and fulfill some larger purpose. It represents a spiritual source of satisfaction, stemming from our deeper purpose and values........there is no limit to how meaningful our lives can be."