Internal Locus of Control
Based on your responses, you have an internal locus of control. You believe that the events in people’s lives are caused by their own choices, and are completely within their own control.
Those with an internal locus of control are often described as having a “growth mindset” – they believe that people are capable of learning anything and doing anything they set their minds to. They do not believe that greatness is born – they believe greatness is made.
Those with an internal locus of control are more likely to be skeptical about things like ghosts, spirits, and anything else paranormal. You are not very superstitious at all.
Because you have an internal locus of control, you blame yourself when you don’t meet your goals. This gives you a strong drive to do your best and succeed. When you do fall short of your goals, you aren’t afraid to pick yourself back up and try again. You refuse to quit. Those with an internal locus of control are more likely to be successful achievers in the long-term.
Your internal locus of control can be helpful when dealing with challenges in the long-term, but in the short-term, you can be very hard on yourself. You truly are your own worst critic.