(Courtesy of Creative Training Techniques Press) Here’s a training activity I use in my creativity problem solving sessions. Use it to learn more about yourself; Use it to kick off your next team meeting: Use it over the dinner table with your family (when you’re not eating porky).

(Important: Read only the instruction and Don’t Peak at the Interpretation)

The Pig Personality Test Instructions:

On a blank piece of paper, draw a pig.

(You have only 2 minutes)

Do not read below this point until you have taken the test.

If your pig is drawn ….
- Toward the top of the paper, you are positive and optimistic.
- Toward the middle of the paper, you are a realist.
- Toward the bottom of the paper you are negative and pessimistic.

If your pig…
- Faces left, you believe in tradition.
- Faces right, you are innovative and active
- Faces forward, looking at you, you are direct and forth right.
- Faces the rear, (psst..you have issues)

If your pig is drawn with…
- Many details, you are analytical
- Few details, you are a risk taker and sometimes commit before analyzing a situation.
- Fewer than four legs showing, you are secure and sometimes stubborn.
- More than 4 legs, seek professional help.
- The size of the ears indicate how good a listener you are—the bigger the better
- The length of the tail indicates the quality of your love life. The longer the tail, the more fulfilling your life. Psst: Do you even have a tail?

Author's Bio: 

Rosemary Rein, Ph.D is an International Speaker, Author and Business Presentations Coach. She is the Author of “Go Wild! Survival Skills for Business and Life” and “Blueprint for Success” with Dr. Stephen Covey and Ken Blanchard. Rosemary has presented “CEO Executive Communications Training” and “Now to WOW!™ Leadership” to the Distinguished YPO-Young President’s Organization. Dr Rein hosts “Go Wild! Go GREAT!™ Now to WOW™” Safaris around the world and at her Retreat Center in Costa Rica. www.gowildgogreat.com