Answer the following questions to find out how much you 'commit'.
Personal challenges and goals
Q1a. Are you doing anything challenging at the moment (e.g. learning a language, building a gazebo, enrolled in a course, training for a fun run or competitive sport, learning a new skill like music or painting, etc)
Q1b. How often do you do this activity?
Challenges at Work
Q2. If you are employed, is your work challenging and involve learning new things or is it fairly easy?
Q3. Do you hold any committee or office roles in any groups? For example, are you the treasurer, a committee member, organiser, president, vice-president, secretary, and so on in any group?
Q4a. Are you actively involved with an activist or cause-related group seeking additional resources, legislative or policy change? (For example, for disadvantaged groups, environmental preservation, etc.?)
Q4b. How often do you do something as part of that group?
Q5a. Are you a volunteer for any charitable organisations, community groups, health or social welfare organisations, or other non-government organisations? (Including, for example, coaching a sporting team, mentoring a colleague, volunteering for Red Cross, meals on wheels, etc.?)
Q5b. How often do you do this volunteer activity?
General Helping Others
Q6. Apart from any formal volunteering work, how often do you do something to help someone? (For example, help a neighbour, cook a meal or clean for a sick friend, help students with projects?)