IQ, FQ, MQ Minute
This Minute is meant for Boy Scouts.
You've all heard of an IQ - that is Intelligence Quotient. There are tests used to determine someone's IQ and then you have a rough idea of how 'intelligent' you are compared to the population.
Did you know we also have an FQ? That would be Fitness Quotient. Sure, when you do your Physical Fitness part of the Tenderfoot requirements or the Personal Fitness merit badge, you test yourself and then try to improve. You have a good idea where you fall on the FQ scale.
Another one that might be useful is the MQ - or Morality Quotient. Some way to measure a person's morals compared to the population. But, I guess that is best left between you and God.
Be sure that you CAN work on improving your intelligence, fitness, and morals, though. There is always room to improve.
With an IQ, FQ, and MQ, we can measure the 3rd part of the Scout Oath - to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
It's a good idea to occasionally test yourself to make sure you are still improving.