Getting on the right path for tomorrow is easier when you know where you are today.

Taking our self-assessment quiz can help you evaluate your strengths and challenges as you examine your attitudes about money and generosity. It's one way to gauge your progress on the Wise With Money Journey.

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I would be happier if my salary went up by 25 percent.
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It is important for me to understand what God is calling me to do.
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I need a lot of lead time when it comes to scheduling things with my family and friends.
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The only way I'll ever be successful is if I win the lottery.
5.
I can never seem to have quite enough money for myself.
6.
God meets my needs.
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I don't think about money unless it's running short.
8.
People who are busy shouldn't be expected to volunteer.
9.
It's hard for me to be content with what I have.
10.
If I won the lottery, I'd give most of the money away because I already have enough.
11.
If I had a lot of money, I wouldn't answer to anyone.
12.
Most weekends, I end up helping a friend or family member with something.
13.
I pray about the big decisions in my life.
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It's hard for me to accept help from others.
15.
Having enough money is how I define whether I'm successful or not.
16.
I am confident in God's love for me.
17.
With enough money, I could make sure that life goes the way I want it to.
18.
I would rather have good friends than lots of money.
19.
I don't mind when a friend stops by uninvited.
20.
I don't like to let other people use my stuff.
21.
I am comfortable with what I have and what I give away.
22.
I feel dissatisfied when I can't buy an item I really want.
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Deepening my relationship with God helps me feel peaceful about my future.
24.
I give back to my community.
25.
Tithing (giving 10 percent) is an important part of how I manage my money.
26.
My work-life blend is about perfect.
27.
I don't spend as much time with my family and friends as they'd like me to.
28.
There's enough for everyone.
29.
Sometimes I buy stuff I don't really need and then regret it later.
30.
I have used vacation time to help others.
31.
I find it difficult to live in the moment.
32.
In my neighborhood, we help each other out when someone needs a hand.
33.
I worry a lot about not having enough.
34.
What I've earned is mine to do with as I please.
35.
I would rather be alone than have to listen to other people's problems.
36.
Deep down, I wish I had some of the nice things that other people have.
37.
Money can buy the important things in life.
38.
I just don't have time to help others; I have enough trouble taking care of myself.
39.
I don't often worry about the future. I take each day as it comes.
40.
I like to be in control.
41.
I give to people in need, even if I barely have enough myself.
42.
My life has a clear sense of purpose.
43.
My trust is in God and not in myself.
44.
Having money helps me take control of my life.
45.
I would rather have a meaningful job that pays enough than a less meaningful job that pays more.
46.
It's not that important for others to see me as successful.
47.
I track how well I'm doing based on successes I have in my life.
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I regularly take time to reflect and seek God's wisdom in my life.
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More than 9,400 people across the United States participated in various stages of research conducted to develop this tool. The assessment was developed using two statistical procedures – multiple regression analysis and factor analysis – to narrow an original list of 300 assessment statements to the 48 best questions to help you gauge your money mindset. The design and testing of each item was carefully conducted by a team of Thrivent Financial researchers, supplemented by advice from Dr. Daniel Ariely and his team at Duke University, who brought renowned expertise on the relationship between choice and money.