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If you'd been born in 1700s France, chances are you would have led the revolution and stormed the Bastille. And if you'd been an early American colonist, we're pretty sure your name would have wound up on the Declaration of Independence. That's because you're a passionate visionary at heart ? a CEO waiting to happen. You definitely like to be in control of your own destiny, and you have no trouble convincing others to believe in your dreams, too. Confident, motivated, and committed, you'll work tirelessly to achieve your goals. That's why you'd be great at running a company; we can just picture you inspiring your employees to greatness. No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

 

 

Now i have something to do if this history thing doesnt work out......

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People person? You? Absolutely! That's why you'd make a perfect VP of Personnel. You really get what makes people tick, and you're an expert at navigating even the most complex interpersonal relationships. A natural counselor, you know just what to say in every circumstance ? "tact" could be your middle name. No one's better at handling potentially sticky situations. Plus, you've got a great sense of fun, which means you'd really get a kick out of planning morale-boosting activities and parties. It's all part of your creative, outgoing nature. You really like making people happy and turning wherever you are ? home or office ? into a happy place to be. No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

 

 

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You're what they call a "closer" ? a seal-the-deal person with a can-do attitude. Charming and charismatic, you can talk anybody into doing anything. In other words, you'd make a perfect VP of Sales. Your focus and positive outlook make you a natural at convincing others to see your point of view. And not only are you extroverted and friendly, you know how to finesse any situation so you come out ahead. That's because you can schmooze with the best of them when the situation calls for it. Trust us, that's a good thing. The world will never stop needing people who can make things happen. No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

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Okay, time to confess: You've always loved that Randy Newman song "It's Money That I Love," haven't you? Don't worry ? that's not a problem. In fact, it actually gives you an advantage in this bottom-line-focused rat race. Not to mention that it makes you an ideal CFO. Chief financial officers are all about money, from accounts payable to petty cash. Since you're detail-oriented and a consummate perfectionist, you'd be great at making sure all the columns on the spreadsheet add up right. Minding the books is hard work, but you love a challenge. Who knows? If this works out, you could end up like Scrooge McDuck and have a giant money bin to swim in. (Mind if we come over for a dip?) No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

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Pass the key to the executive washroom! You're detail-oriented, thorough, and an awfully hard worker ? in other words, a perfect CFO. To find out more about your power suit potential, sign up with Emode.

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Another CFO to choose from -- does it count that I'm married to one? :lol

 

Okay, time to confess: You've always loved that Randy Newman song "It's Money That I Love," haven't you? Don't worry ? that's not a problem. In fact, it actually gives you an advantage in this bottom-line-focused rat race. Not to mention that it makes you an ideal CFO. Chief financial officers are all about money, from accounts payable to petty cash. Since you're detail-oriented and a consummate perfectionist, you'd be great at making sure all the columns on the spreadsheet add up right. Minding the books is hard work, but you love a challenge. Who knows? If this works out, you could end up like Scrooge McDuck and have a giant money bin to swim in. (Mind if we come over for a dip?) No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

 

Hey MarlinsFan46, how come we get the same answers to everything?? :rolleyes:

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If you'd been born in 1700s France, chances are you would have led the revolution and stormed the Bastille. And if you'd been an early American colonist, we're pretty sure your name would have wound up on the Declaration of Independence. That's because you're a passionate visionary at heart ? a CEO waiting to happen. You definitely like to be in control of your own destiny, and you have no trouble convincing others to believe in your dreams, too. Confident, motivated, and committed, you'll work tirelessly to achieve your goals. That's why you'd be great at running a company; we can just picture you inspiring your employees to greatness. No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

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Funny...I retook the test and this was my result...

 

People person? You? Absolutely! That's why you'd make a perfect VP of Personnel. You really get what makes people tick, and you're an expert at navigating even the most complex interpersonal relationships. A natural counselor, you know just what to say in every circumstance ? "tact" could be your middle name. No one's better at handling potentially sticky situations. Plus, you've got a great sense of fun, which means you'd really get a kick out of planning morale-boosting activities and parties. It's all part of your creative, outgoing nature. You really like making people happy and turning wherever you are ? home or office ? into a happy place to be. No doubt about it, there's a promotion in your future. So keep up the good work!

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