Crafting a truly fulfilling career for you personally requires the self-knowledge of understanding your own natural tendencies and motivations. There are a lot of psychometrics out there that people try to use for this, but most of them aren’t particularly effective because they don’t provide actionable recommendations that can be readily implemented.
However, there is one combination assessment that really stands out as helpful and powerful, especially with the accompanying career-specific proprietary interpretations provided in The Science Career Freedom book. That psychometric test is the DISC/Motivators Assessment.
If you’re following the purpose discovery process advocated in The Science of Career Freedom, this is an absolutely required component because of its value in narrowing the field of potential options.
As an example, I once had a client who had tried 28 different jobs unsuccessfully trying to find something fulfilling, all of which would have been ruled out by a single DISC assessment. There’s no easier way to save yourself the time, money, and hassle of constant job switching than by plucking the low-hanging fruit of getting your DISC/Motivators psychometrics done!