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Dr. John Gray's Personal Success Block Buster

The Personal Success Block Remover is based on the best-selling book by John Gray:

John Gray Book

How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have


In John Gray's book How to Get What You Want, and Want What You Have, he discusses the twelve emotional blocks to success. Sometimes it is hard to determine which block(s) is/are keeping you from the success you deserve. The following questionnaire was designed to help you discover if any of the twelve blocks to success are present in your life. It contains 24 statements meant to help you examine how you feel and react. Once you have thought about a statement please either agree, that you do have this tendency, or disagree, that you do not have this tendency. After submitting the questionnaire, your answers will be analyzed while you wait and you will receive feedback on your specific blocks. You will then have the opportunity to learn more about your blocks and how they may be affecting you. Then the "block buster" will lead you through some exercises and start you on your journey to breaking through these blocks.


(click here to skip the questions and learn about the blocks)


  1. Often feel that others are the cause of my problems. If they would change or do things differently I could be happy.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  2. I often feel that because of certain circumstances in my life I can't be happy or loving.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  3. I sometimes think, 'Life is not worth the trouble,' or 'Why bother?'
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  4. Sometimes I feel like hiding from the world.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  5. When I make changes or take risks it makes me feel very nervous.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  6. I feel anxious when I don't know what's going to happen next in my life.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  7. I'm basically happy but my life lacks passion. Nothing really excites me.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  8. I do not care much about what happens to me. Whatever happens, happens.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  9. I am often annoyed with the faults of others.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  10. I often think that my way is the right way, and other peoples' ways are usually wrong.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  11. I constantly question and re-question my own actions.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  12. I am not always sure that what I am doing in my life is the right thing.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  13. I often put things off because I don't feel prepared to finish them.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  14. I feel uncertain as to whether I am capable of doing the things I say I will do.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  15. Nothing is ever good enough
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  16. I feel like something is wrong with me if I make a mistake
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  17. I often feel that life is unfair.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  18. I often feel as though I give and give and give and I don't get back what I deserve.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  19. I often feel because of circumstances I can't be myself or do what I want to do.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  20. I have a hard time feeling grateful for the good things in my life.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  21. When I don't understand what is going on, I feel helpless and assume the worst.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  22. I must have the answer right away and cannot stand to live with an unanswered question.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  23. I often feel I am the cause of other problems. I have a hard time forgiving myself.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree:

  24. I feel bad about every mistake I make. Mistakes make me feel like I am not a good person.
    1. Agree:
    2. Disagree: