How often does decisiveness occur as monomania, being single-minded about something to the point of obsession? How well can decisiveness be explained as lack of disctractibility from internal as well as external sources? How much is decisiveness an opposite to being free-flowing, flexible, and how much is it an opposite to being indecisive?
In interest of studying these and other questions, please answer the following questions.
-where do you place on the MBTI J/P scale?
-are you happy with what you get done?
-are you satisfied with the amount of freedom in your life?
-how much do you make effort to arrange situations for yourself when you're not distracted by anything?
-do you seek distractions?
-how much do you make effort to act according to a good plan?
-do you break plans?
-are you impervious to outside distractions when you set your mind to it?
-does the most of your distractions come from within?
-do you thrive in long sessions focused on a single task?
-is it more probable that you end your work because of exhaustion, running out of time, outside distraction, internal distraction, change of focus, or something else?
-do you think that too much focus is a problem for you?
That's it, couldn't squeeze the questions in a tighter format. If there's something that should be said in addition to this questionaire, I'm sure it will be said eventually.