Ilana Jankowitz

Certified money coach (CMC)

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Based on the work of Carl Jung on Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious

Discover Your Money Archetype

Welcome to the Money Quiz! I’m Ilana, your Money Coach, and I’m here to help you unlock the mysteries of your money mindset. Are you ready to transform your relationship with money and start living a life of abundance?

Why Take the Money Quiz?

Have you ever wondered why you handle money the way you do? Why certain financial habits seem hard to break? Or why despite all your efforts, you’re not seeing the financial growth you desire? The answers lie in understanding your Money Archetype.

What’s Your Money Archetype?

Each of us has a unique money story that shapes our financial behaviors and beliefs. By discovering your Money Archetype, you'll gain deep insights into your strengths, challenges, and how to shift your mindset to attract more abundance.

How the Money Quiz Can Help You

Taking the Money Quiz is the first step towards transforming your financial life. It will help you:

  • Uncover Hidden Patterns: Identify the unconscious beliefs that are holding you back.
  • Gain Clarity: Understand your financial habits and behaviors.
  • Empower Your Choices: Learn how to make confident and empowered financial decisions.
  • Create Lasting Change: Develop a healthy, abundant relationship with money.

Ready to Begin?

The Money Quiz is quick, easy, and insightful. In just a few minutes, you'll discover your unique Money Archetype and receive personalized tips to help you on your financial journey.

Click the button below to start your Money Quiz now. Embrace this opportunity to understand your money story and take control of your financial future!

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The MoneyQuiz

Discover what's driving your behaviour with Money. Take the MoneyQuiz to learn how to transform your relationship with money and create a new reality for yourself.

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Blitz Version Instructions: This Mindset Money Quiz has 24 Questions split into 3 Sections with 8 Questions each and takes around 1 minute to complete. It's not as accurate as the Short or Full version, but it'll give you a good overview of the Money Archetypes, present in your life.

Short Version Instructions: This Mindset Money Quiz has 56 Questions split into 7 Sections with 8 Questions each and takes less than 5 minutes to complete. This Quiz offers a good balance between the time taken to complete it and the robustness of the results.

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Classic Version Instructions: This is the Classic Money Institute Quiz.

Section 1: How would you describe your current state?

Welcome to the first step of your Money Quiz journey! In this section, we'll explore how you perceive your current state of being. It's a chance to reflect on your present habits, emotions, and attitudes towards life and money. Remember, there are no right or wrong answers—just honest reflections of where you are today.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Caretaker
Definition: Always takes care of others.

Example: Let me take care of that for you

Controlling
Definition: Always seeks to be in charge of every situation and can be manipulative to do so.

Example: Let's do it my way

Disciplined
Definition: Behaves in a very controlled way and makes considered decisions.

Example: I want the new iPad but I'll need to save up before I can buy it

Enlightened
Definition: In tune with oneself and certain of who they are.

Example: I am exactly where I want to be in life

Financially irresponsible
Definition: Doesn't think about the consequences of spending or giving away money.

Example: I just keep going until I max out my credit card each month

Happy-go-lucky
Definition: Accepting of what happens without feeling the need to plan or drive situtations forward.

Example: Something will turn up

Impulsive
Definition: Acts suddenly without planning or considering the consequences of those actions.

Example: Don't bother me with details - let's just go!

Internally Motivated
Definition: Driven and goal oriented without needing to be pushed.

Example: Let's just get on and do this

Lives in past
Definition: Has suffered in the past and cannot let go of the memories.

Example: I've never had enough money

Living the high-life
Definition: Buys expensive things even if in secret.

Example: I only ever wear Lacoste

Materialistic
Definition: Believes that having money and possessions important and will result in happiness.

Example: I've GOT to have the new iPad

Passive
Definition: Not acting to influence or change a situation; allowing other people to be in control.

Example: I just like a quiet life

Perfectionist
Definition: Wants everything to be perfect and demands the highest standards possible.

Example: That picture on the wall is crooked and I need to straigten it

Powerful
Definition: Is able to influence other people and their actions.

Example: I've done this many times before. Let me show you how.

Powerless
Definition: Feels helpless and compelled to follow the lead of others.

Example: I can't change because others won't let me

Unattached
Definition: Free from the opinions of others and to live their own life..

Example: I can make my own decisions

Great job on completing this section! Understanding your current state is the foundation for transforming your relationship with money. Let's move on to the next step in our journey.

  
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Section 2: How do you see the world?

Now, let's delve into your worldview. How you see the world around you greatly influences your financial mindset and decisions. Approach these questions with an open heart and mind, and let's uncover the lenses through which you view your reality.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Blaming others
Definition: Believe that someone else is to blame for this situation, not me.

Example: I'd be better of if it weren't for my run of bad luck

Cautious
Definition: Considers every possible consequence of actions and avoids risks.

Example: Have we considered all the angles?

Confident
Definition: Believes in themselves and takes positive action without worrying about how others will react.

Example: I can do this

Conscious
Definition: Self aware and alert to the world around them.

Example: I am here, in this moment and aware of what is going on

Controlling
Definition: Always seeks to be in charge of every situation and can be manipulative to do so.

Example: Let's do it my way

I can have it all
Definition: Pursues their own desires and will do whatever it takes to get what they want.

Example: I'm going to be a billionare and nothing can stop me

Lives for today
Definition: Doesn't think about the future.

Example: Life's too short to worry about bills

Long-suffering
Definition: Unable to be in the present and enjoy the 'now'.

Example: Nothing good ever happens to me

Looking for security
Definition: Wants to feel safe and secure so won't take risks.

Example: I'll wait until I can be 100% sure it will work out okay

Looking to be rescued
Definition: Waiting to be bailed out out of a difficult situation, whether that is finanacial, practical or emotional.

Example: I can't do this for myself - will you do it for me?

Loyal
Definition: Always there for loved ones and others.

Example: I\'m here for you. If you need me, just call.

Oppressive
Definition: Bullying and unfair, using their power to get their own way..

Example: If you don't do it my way, I'll leave

Optimistic
Definition: Full of hope and can see the good in any situation, even when there are challenges.

Example: We will find a solution to this challenge

Reclusive
Definition: Lives alone and avoids going outside or talking to other people.

Example: I hate noisy bars. I'd rather stay at home with a good book.

Seeks the truth
Definition: Open to other people's opinions and interested to learn other perspectives.

Example: What do you think? Tell me more.

Unsupported
Definition: Feels that they have to do everything by themself without others contributing their fair share.

Example: No one ever puts me first

Now, let's delve into your worldview. How you see the world around you greatly influences your financial mindset and decisions. Approach these questions with an open heart and mind, and let's uncover the lenses through which you view your reality.

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Section 3: How do you tend to act by default?

Our default actions often reveal underlying patterns and beliefs. In this section, we'll look at your typical behaviors, especially when it comes to handling money. Be as truthful as you can—self-awareness is the key to change.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Anxious
Definition: Worried and nervous.

Example: But what if something goes wrong

Careless
Definition: Not taking or showing enough care and attention.

Example: I know I had €100 this morning but I can't think where it has all gone.

Creative
Definition: Producing or using original and unusual ideas.

Example: I've got a whacky idea - let's hold the meeting in the park

Fluid
Definition: Goes with the flow and is flexible.

Example: I'm happy with either option - they are both good

Getting your own way
Definition: Manipulative.

Example: Let's see the film I want to watch this week and do what you want another time.

Indecisive
Definition: Unable to make decisions.

Example: I could buy that new dress, but I'm not sure

Independent
Definition: Won't ask for help.

Example: I'm fine. I don't need your help

Judgmental
Definition: Quick to criticize themselves and others.

Example: I don't like that shirt he's wearing

Obsessive/compulsive
Definition: Keeps repeating the same actions over and over again.

Example: I have to have the new porcelien dolls that has just come out. I've got all the others

Passive-aggressive
Definition: Shows an unwillingness to be helpful or friendly, without being openly challenging.

Example: Why are you getting so upset? I was only joking

Prone to blame
Definition: Sees everything as someone else's fault.

Example: You've ruined it

Reckless
Definition: Unconcerned about the risks and consequences of their action.

Example: I'll put all my money on 20-black

Rescuer
Definition: Always seeks to help others out from a difficult situaton, often to their own detriment.

Example: Here's €100. That will sort you out

Resistant
Definition: Reluctant to accept something, especially changes or new ideas.

Example: Why do we need to change - I like things as they are

Resourceful
Definition: Skilled at solving problems and acting independently.

Example: I can get it done

Self-sacrificing
Definition: Puts their own needs last.

Example: I can't go out. I'm taking the neighbours dog to the park

Well done! Recognizing your default actions is a powerful step towards creating healthier financial habits. Let's keep this momentum going as we move forward.

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Section 4: How do you relate and engage with others?

Our relationships and interactions with others can significantly impact our financial lives. In this section, we will explore how you relate and engage with those around you. Reflecting on these aspects will help you understand the social dynamics of your money mindset.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Balanced
Definition: Considers all sides or opinions equally.

Example: I think Bob and Sue both have valid points to make

Blaming others
Definition: Believe that someone else is to blame for this situation, not me.

Example: I'd be better of if it weren't for my run of bad luck

Collaborative
Definition: Works well with others and loves to be in a team.

Example: Let's work on this together

Controlling
Definition: Always seeks to be in charge of every situation and can be manipulative to do so.

Example: Let's do it my way

Detached
Definition: Unworldly and unconcerned about what is going on around them.

Example: Sorry, what did you say?

Enthusiastic
Definition: Excitable and ready to jump into action.

Example: This is so exciting. I just can't wait to get started

Generous
Definition: Always willing to give to others and gets pleasure from doing so.

Example: Let's see how I can make this easier for you

Helpful
Definition: Gives aid or assistance willingly and is of service to others.

Example: Here, let me help you

Highly critical
Definition: Quick to mention where something is wrong or does not please them.

Example: This report isn\'t good enough. You\'ll have to do the whole thing again.

Manipulative
Definition: Seeks to control other people or circumstances to their advantage.

Example: Can I borrow your homework?

Non-confrontational
Definition: Avoids getting involved in disagreements.

Example: Let's share all our different ideas and see if we can reach a comprmise

Often alone
Definition: Likes their own company.

Example: You'll usually find me in the kitchen at parties

Overly generous
Definition: Willing to give more money, help, kindness, than is usual or expected.

Example: Make a donation for your charity? Sure. How about €1000

Secretive
Definition: Hides their feelings, thoughts, intentions, and actions from other people.

Example: I don't want anyone to know that I blew our savings on a new dress

Trusting
Definition: Always believes that other people are good or honest and will not harm or deceive.

Example: I don't need it in wirting - your word is enough for me.

Unforgiving
Definition: Not willing to forgive people for things they do wrong.

Example: How could you have lost my favourite shirt

Great work on reflecting how you interact with others! These insights will help us build stronger, more supportive relationships that enhance our financial well-being. Onward to the next section!

  
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Section 5: Which emotions do you feel most often?

Emotions play a crucial role in our financial decisions. This section is all about understanding the emotions you experience most frequently. Acknowledging these feelings will pave the way for emotional healing and financial empowerment.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Adventurous
Definition: Loves a gamble and to take risks.

Example: I love a challenge

Angry
Definition: Has strong feelings against other people or circumstances and wanting to fight them.

Example: I'm so annoyed with him for upsetting Sophie

Calculating
Definition: Seeks to control situations for their own advantage and thinks ahead to ensure this happens.

Example: How can I manage this so that I come out the winner?

Compassionate
Definition: Cares deeply for others and wants to see everyone living a good life..

Example: I am so happy for you that you are following your dream

Conflicted
Definition: Cannot choose between different ideas,feelings, or beliefs, and do not know what to do or believe.

Example: I don't know what to think

Driven
Definition: Goal orientated with lots of focus and energy to achieve goals.

Example: I'm planning to create the world's best sushi company

Fearful
Definition: Frightened or worried about something.

Example: I can't buy that - what if my husband doesn't approve

Feels betrayed
Definition: Unable to trust others or let go of past events.

Example: I can't forgive my partner for cheating on me

Fixed in your ideas
Definition: Believes they are always right.

Example: I'm doing it my way

Highly emotional
Definition: Feels all emotions very intensly and can swing between them quite rapidly.

Example: I am SOOOOO upset

Hopeless
Definition: Feels there is no possiblity of a good outcome in the future.

Example: There isn't much point in applying for that job - I neer get chosen

Knowing your feelings
Definition: In tune with themselves.

Example: I'm feeling a bit down right now - but that's okay.

Love/Hate Relationship
Definition: Fnds it difficult to be in the material world.

Example: I can't make money with my work - no one would pay for it

Over-Indulgent
Definition: Allows themselve to have too much of something enjoyable, sometimes beyond the point of pleasure.

Example: I wish I hadn't eaten the whole tub of ice-cream

Overwhelmed
Definition: Allows feelings to swamp and distract them.

Example: I can't think - there is just so much to do

Resentful
Definition: Feels angry because they have been forced to accept someone or something that they do not like.

Example: I always come second to your job

You've done an amazing job identifying your emotions. Embracing these feelings is essential to fostering a healthier relationship with money. Let's continue our journey with the next section.

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Section 6: How do you see yourself?

Self-perception is at the heart of our money mindset. In this section, you'll reflect on how you view yourself. Your self-image influences your financial behaviors and decisions, so let's take a closer look.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Calculating
Definition: Seeks to control situations for their own advantage and thinks ahead to ensure this happens.

Example: How can I manage this so that I come out the winner?

Careless
Definition: Seldom takes makes care or gives attention to others.

Example: I know I had €100 this morning but I can't think where it has all gone.

Cup is overflowing
Definition: Extremely optismstic and feels that life is good.

Example: I love my life

Discerning
Definition: Able to assess and evaluate an opportunity and make good decisions about it.

Example: I\'ve weighed up the pros and cons and this is what I have decided

Doomed
Definition: Is so convinced of their own failings that they invite their repetition.

Example: Nothing will ever get any better in my life

Empty
Definition: Unable to find satisfaction or pleasure in anything - be that money or posessions.

Example: There is nothing good going on in my life

Financially successful
Definition: Is achieving the financial results wanted or hoped for.

Example: We have all we need and I know my family's future is secure

Giving
Definition: Acts without expecting compensation.

Example: Here, let me help you

Guided by Faith
Definition: Has great trust or confidence in something or someone.

Example: The universe will find an answer

Non-materialistic
Definition: Believes that having money and possessions unimportant and that happiness comes from other things.

Example: Money is the root of all evils

Out of control
Definition: Feels that they are unable to influence their circumstances and have to respond to others.

Example: I don't know which problem to tackle next

Passive
Definition: See this as their lot in life and that nothing will change for the better.

Example: This is my lot in life

Repressed
Definition: Doesn't want to express their feelings and beliefs to themselves or others.

Example: Nothing is the matter

Self aware
Definition: Understands oneself.

Example: I know that I\'m at my most productive first thing in the morning

Self sacrificing
Definition: Puts their own needs last.

Example: I gave up work to take care of my family

Spiritual
Definition: Holds deep feelings and beliefs, which may either be religious or come from nature or from within themselves.

Example: There is a reason for everything

Wonderful! Gaining clarity on how you see yourself will empower you to make positive changes. Let's move on to the final section of our quiz.

  
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Section 7: Things you know to be true about yourself?

This final section focuses on the truths you hold about yourself. These beliefs form the core of your identity and directly impact your money mindset. Answer honestly to reveal the deepest layers of your financial self.

Key Phrase Never Seldom Sometimes Mostly Always
Addictive
Definition: Forms habits quickly but then finds them very hard to break.

Example: I've just GOT to have chocolate

Authentic
Definition: Is consistently genuine and true to their word.

Example: I am who I am

Direct
Definition: Says what is on their mind.

Example: You look terrible in that dress

Doomed
Definition: Is so convinced of their own failings that they invite their repetition.

Example: Nothing will ever get any better in my life

Financially dependant
Definition: Depends on others for financial, practical or emotional support, often a spouse or family member.

Example: I don't understand money - Rob takes care of all that

Goal-oriented
Definition: Works hard to achieve good results in the tasks that they have been given.

Example: Keep your eyes on the prize

Helpful
Definition: Gives aid or assistance willingly and is of service to others.

Example: How can I help you with that?

Naive
Definition: Ready to believe that everyone is telling the truth and has good intentions and that life is simple and fair.

Example: Something will turn up

Persecuted
Definition: Feels pessimitic and put upon often dwelling on this openly.

Example: Everyone is always out to get me

Restless
Definition: Unwilling or unable to stay still or to be quiet and calm.

Example: I want to try something new every couple of months

Sees opportunities
Definition: Always open to doing something new.

Example: This new phone coming out will be great to use for our business

Self-interested
Definition: Wants what they want and doesn't care about the wants and needs of others.

Example: Me, myself and I

Sincere
Definition: Genuinely believes in what they say and do.

Example: I believe that you can achieve your dreams

Transforms reality
Definition: Has a clear view of their future and is taking action to change their current state to get there.

Example: I know where I am going and these are the steps I'm going to take

Undisciplined
Definition: Behaving in a very un-controlled way.

Example: I'm just going to… Actually perhaps I'll… ooh look, someone has posted a video of a cat on Facebook

Wise
Definition: Able to make good judgments, based on a deep understanding and experience of life.

Example: Based on my experience I recommend you choose the iPad Pro

Congratulations on completing the Money Quiz! You've taken a significant step towards understanding and transforming your relationship with money. Remember, this is just the beginning of your journey to financial empowerment. Keep these insights close as you move forward.

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