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					Personality Test

    Strengths and Limitations
Direction:
Choose ONE letter that best describes
 your personality.
Number your paper from 1 – 20.
1.
A    Opinionated
B    Nurturing
C    Inventive
D    Outgoing
2.
A    Power-oriented
B    A Perfectionist
C    Indecisive
D    Self-centered
3.
A    Dominant
B    Sympathetic
C    Tolerant
D    Enthusiastic
4.
A    Self-serving
B    Suspicious
C    Unsure
D    Naive
5.
A    Decisive
B    Loyal
C    Contented
D    Playful
6.
A    Arrogant
B    Worry prone
C    Silently stubborn
D    Flightly
7.
A    Assertive
B    Reliable
C    Kind
D    Sociable
8.
A    Bossy
B    Self-critical
C    Reluctant
D    A teaser
9.
A    Action-oriented
B    Analytical
C    Easygoing
D    Carefree
10.
A     Critical of others
B     Overly sensitive
C     Shy
D     Obnoxious
11.
A     Determined
B     Detail conscious
C     Good listener
D     A party person
12.
A     Demanding
B     Unforgiving
C     Unmotivated
D     Vain
13.
A     Responsible
B     Idealistic
C     Considerate
D     Happy
14.
A     Impatient
B     Moody
C     Passive
D     Impulsive
15.
A     Strong-willed
B     Respectful
C     Patient
D     Fun-loving
16.
A     Argumentative
B     Unrealistic
C     Directionless
D     An interrupter
17.
A     Independent
B     Dependable
C     Even-tempered
D     Trusting
18.
A     Agressive
B Frequently depressed
C     Ambivalent
D     Forgetful
19.
A     Powerful
B     Deliberate
C     Gentle
D     Optimistic
20.
A     Insensitive
B     Judgmental
C     Boring
D     Undisciplined
Situations Total
Compute your total number for each
 letter.
The highest number represents your
 personality color.

Red (A)   Blue (B) White (C) Yellow (D)
REDS: The Power Wilders
   Reds are hungry for power.
   Reds want to be productive.
   Reds want to look good to others.
   Red shouldn’t be taken too seriously.
   Reds seek leadership opportunities.
    REDS (A): The Power Wilders
Active and Productive     Assertive and
Insensitive and Selfish     Determined
“King of the Jungle”      Disagreeable
Demanding and Critical    Resourceful and Self-
Insecure                    Reliant
Must be Right             Relentless and
                            Impatient
Competitive and Bold
                          Calculating and
Tenacious and Taxing        Manipulative
                          Lack Intimacy
                            Orientation
REDS: The Power Wilders
How to Develop Positive Communication with REDS.

Do’s:
1.  Present issues logically.
2.  Demand their attention and respect.
3.  Be direct, brief and specific in conservation.
4.  Be productive and efficient.
5.  Offer them leadership opportunities.
6.  Verbalize your feelings.
7.  Support their decisive nature.
8.  Promote their intelligent reasoning where
    appropriate.
9.  Be prepared with facts and figures.
10. Respect their need to make their own decisions
    their own way.
REDS: The Power Wilders
How to Develop Positive Communication with REDS.

Don’t’s:
1.  Embarrass them in front of others.
2.  Argue from an emotional perspective.
3.  Always use authoritarian approach.
4.  Use physical punishment.
5.  Be slow and in decisive.
6.  Expect a personal and intimate relationship.
7.  Attack them personally.
8.  Take their arguments personally.
9.  Wait for them to solicit your opinion.
10. Demand constant social interaction (allow for alone
    time).
BLUES(B): The Do-Gooders
   Blues are motivated by altruism.
   Blues are directed by a strong moral
    conscience.
   Blues need to be loved.
   Blues crave intimacy.
BLUES: The Do-Gooders
Emotional and           Unforgiving and
  Admired                 Resentful
Committed and Loyal     Worry and Guilt
Perfectionist           Appropriate and
High Expectations and     Sincere
  Demanding             Purposeful and
Self- Disciplined and     Dedicated
  Stable                Moody and Complex
Self-Sacrificing and    Self-Righteous and
  Nurturing               Insecure
BLUES: The Do-Gooders
How to Develop Positive Communication with BLUES.

Do’s:
1.  Emphasize their security in the relationship.
2.  Be sensitive and soft spoken in your approach.
3.  Be sincere and genuine.
4.  Behave approapriately and well-mannered.
5.  Limit their risk level.
6.  Promote their creativity.
7.  Appreciate them.
8.  Allow ample time for them to gather their thoughts
    before expressing themselves.
9.  Be loyal
10. Do thorough analysis before making presentations
BLUES: The Do-Gooders
How to Develop Positive Communication with BLUES.

Don’t’s:
1.  Make them feel guilty.
2.  Be rude or abrupt.
3.  Promote too much change.
4.  Expect spontaneity.
5.  Abandon them.
6.  Push them too quickly into making decisions.
7.  Expect them to forgive quickly when crossed.
8.  Demand perfection (they already expect too much
    from themselves)
9.  Demand immediate action.
10. Expect them to bounce back easily or quickly from
    depression.
WHITES(C): The Peace
Keepers
   Whites are motivated by peace.
   Whites need kindness.
   Whites like to keep a low profile.
   Whites are independent.
   Whites are motivated by other people’s
    desires.
WHITES: The Peace Keepers
Peaceful and Diplomatic   Unmotivated
Insecure and Non-         Accepting
   Assertive              Boring and Lazy
Doubtful and Dependent    Timid and Emotionally
Tolerant and Patient         Unsure
Impressionable            Gentle and Even-
Withhold Feelings            Tempered
Blendable and Kind        Aimless and Misguided
Unproductive Dreamers     Indecisive
                          Silent and Stubborn
WHITES: The Peace Keepers
How to Develop Positive Communication with
WHITES.

Do’s:
1.      Be loving and sensitive.
2.      Provide a structure (boundaries) for them to operate in.
3.      Be firm.
4.      Be patient and gentle.
5.      Introduce options and ideas for their involvement.
6.      Be simple and open.
7.      Accept their individuality.
8.      Be casual, informal and relaxed.
9.      Look for non-verbal clues to their feelings.
10.     Listen quietly.
WHITES: The Peace Keepers
How to Develop Positive Communication with
WHITES.

Don’t’s:
1.  Be unkind.
2.  Expect them to always need others to play with.
3.  Force verbal expression.
4.  Be domineering.
5.  Be too intense.
6.  Overwhelm them with too much.
7.  Force confrontation.
8.  Speak too fast.
9.  Take away their day dreams.
10. Demand leadership.
YELLOWS (D): The Fun Lovers
   Yellows   value play.
   Yellows   welcome praise.
   Yellows   need intimacy.
   Yellows   want to be popular.
   Yellows   like action.
YELLOWS: The Fun Lovers
Happy and Fun          Disorganized and
Self-Centered and        Incomplete
   Uncommitted         Impulsive and
Irresponsible            Undisciplined
Enthusiastic and       Charismatic and
   Carefree              Popular
Playful and Exciting   Naïve and Trusting
Superficial            Chatter-Box and Flip
YELLOWS: The Fun Lovers
How to Develop Positive Communication with YELLOWS.


    Do’s:
    1.  Be positive.
    2.  Adore them.
    3.  Accept their playful teasing.
    4.  Remember they are tender.
    5.  Praise them.
    6.  Remember they hold feelings deeply.
    7.  Enjoy their charismatic innocence.
    8.  Promote playful activities for and with them.
    9.  Allow them opportunity for verbal expression.
YELLOWS: The Fun Lovers
How to Develop Positive Communication with YELLOWS.


    Don’t’s:
    1.  Be too serious or sober in criticism.
    2.  Push them too intensely.
    3.  Ignore them.
    4.  Forget they have “down” times also.
    5.  Demand perfection.
    6.  Expect them to dwell on problems.
    7.  Attack their sensitivity.
    8.  Totally control their schedules.
    9.  Give them too much rope or they may hang
        themselves.
    10. Classify them as “just” lightweight social butterflies.

				
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