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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Skill Focused Travel?

Skill Focused Travel (SFT) is a hot topic at Travel Finn.

SFT makes it into at least one article every week.

Often more.

If you’ve been following along, you’re probably becoming something of an expert.

This quiz will show you just how much you know about SFT.

If you don’t do well, no worries.

There is lots of content on this site to expand your knowledge of SFT.

As an example, check out this article before or after you finish.

  • Is SFT about checking off as much of your bucket list as you can?

    • Yes
    • No
  • What does SFT do for your FOMO?

    • Reduces FOMO by adding focus to your trip
    • Adds to FOMO by distracting your from other activities
    • FOMO has no relationship with SFT
  • Does SFT mean doing only one activity for your whole trip?

    • Yes you should only do one activity
    • No you can do other activities when you have free time
    • SFT means you can do all the activities whenever you want
  • What’s more important in SFT, the activity or the destination?

    • The Activity
    • The Destination
  • Which of these is not SFT?

    • Learning to cave dive in Peru
    • Practicing French speaking in Canada
    • Visiting all the islands in Thailand
    • Getting your pilot’s license in Morocco
  • According to SFT, where can you learn to speak Japanese?

    • Japan
    • The United Kingdom
    • California
    • All of the above
  • After you pick your main activity what should you decide next?

    • Your Location
    • What you want to achieve over the duration of your trip
    • The cost for your trip
    • Who is going to go with you
  • In what regions is SFT applicable?

    • Africa
    • South East Asia
    • America
    • Anywhere
  • How many activities should you focus in SFT?

    • You should focus on one activity
    • As many as are on your bucket list
    • As many as you can fit in your trip
    • You should have one activity and two backups in case you get bored
  • What does SFT and the Holy Grail have in common?

    • They are both medieval ideas
    • They involve religious experiences
    • They are both about going on a quest
  • Who is SFT most suited for?

    • People suffering from anxiety while traveling
    • People bored while traveling
    • People looking for personal growth while travelling
    • All of these people
  • Can SFT be started after you’ve begun your trip?

    • Yes
    • No
  • How old do you have to be for SFT?

    • 18
    • 21
    • 35
    • Doesn’t matter
  • What is the best way to choose your activity for SFT?

    • Pick something at random
    • Pick something you’d most regret not learning
    • Pick something you’re most talented at
    • Pick something you’re most afraid of
  • If you’re feeling anxious while travelling what can you do?

    • Try to squeeze in a few more activities each day
    • Spend more time planning the rest of your trip
    • Move to a new location and hope it goes away
    • None of these
  • What does SFT do for you?

    • Gives you trip focus
    • Fosters personal growth
    • Reduces anxiety
    • All this and more

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Written by James Finn

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