The Happiness Test is for people. Everyone knows what makes them happy but sometimes we wonder why happiness seems elusive. This test allows people to identify their own motivational drivers and goals. and moreover, identify the blocks that stop us using them for our own success.
Rashida Mustafa, the developer of the test claims that this test can be as insightful as six months of a personal analysis.
A modern marriage is often between a rock and a hard place. Never before has one's freedom and individuality been so important for a person, and never before has marriage seemed as unimportant to hang on to.
Yet, in a world when a couple bravely and lovingly decide there is only one way for them to be, and that's together, you can use the the happiness test to figure out how you can indeed, be both, persons and a couple.
We imagine a world in which the happiness of children in a school is as important as their academic result.
We think it is possible to identify right at the start, exactly as we do with their marks, how happy they are and what we can do to ensure they stay that way.
We think school heads should be happy to say, yes, their children scored well with the happiness quotient, or no, they didn't, but then they made sure they changed that.
Partners that work together or teams that have to find their synergy, need help to align themselves with each other. It is all too easy to imagine you are seeing another person when the image in the mirror is only oneself.
Great teamwork is the basis of modern business and nobody can afford not to be a player.
Through the happiness test, we assess the happiness of people working in a company to enable directors to ensure staff well-being and drive productivity based on an alignment of minds and strategies. From these results we prepare a psychological profile of the company identifying its developmental pattern and how individual persons can take it to the next stage.
This gives an organisation the competitive psychological edge.