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What is The Five Archetypes?

  • A science-based system that teaches people to thrive in the face of challenge, improving personal well-being, relationships, and the effectiveness of business strategies.
  • A systematic approach to build confidence, empathy, and a growth mindset.
  • It's not a personality test; its primary goal is to guide us to grow ourselves, others and our organizations - especially in the face of chaos and adversity - rather than merely emphasizing our differences.

How to use your Five Archetypes results:
  • Step 1: Notice your highest and lowest archetypes. You may have ties, which is fine!
  • Step 2: Explore the PDFs that correspond to your highest and lowest archetypes. The PDFs demonstrate how your unconscious thoughts and behaviors strengthen or weaken your relationships.
  • Step 3: Join the waitlist for our digital learning program! Get personalized, bite-sized text reminders and activities to rewire stress responses for healthier relationships. The program launches in Spring 2024 - access the waitlist on your 5A assessments results page.

Instructions:

  • The assessment takes about 10 minutes. As you consider how to rate each phrase, be careful not to fall into the trap of “I should.”
  • Instead, pause and reflect on how frequently in the past three months you have felt aligned with each statement. The more accurate your answers, the more spot on your personalized action plan will be.
  • Upon completion, a link to your results will be emailed to you. Follow the link to find information about your archetypes, such as stressors, gifts, and more, which will enable you to apply your results immediately.
  • Click the "Next" button below to begin.
Which option best describes your preference when you feel irritable: A: I still enjoy sharing the exciting and good news I have about my life with other people because it's easy for me to bounce back. (Fire). B) I hesitate to share great news about myself because I'm worried it might inadvertently make other people feel bad. I rather believe I should be asking about their experiences instead of boasting about mine (Earth).
Which option best describes your tendency when someone shares a challenge they're having? A) Are you more likely to sympathize with their discomfort and try and cheer them up (Fire)? B) Are you more likely to jump right in and begin helping them problem-solve (Earth)?
Which option best describes how you're most likely to engage at a social event? A) Are you more likely to engage in joyous, smiley interactions with several people without intending to invest in long-term relationships with them (Fire)? B) Do you prefer investing in building connections, planning follow-ups, and introducing them to others who could offer support, thereby strengthening relationships over time (Earth)?
Which option best describes what helps you feel better when you believe you've let someone down? A) Do you find more comfort in teaching someone else something you're good at (Fire)? B) Do you find more comfort in engaging in cleaning, or organizing something (Earth)?
Which option best describes what you find more challenging when feeling insecure? A) Do you find it more challenging if people don't acknowledge how painful your emotions feel at that moment (Fire)? B) Do you find it worse if people don't spend time listening to your suggestions and responding to your questions (Earth)?

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