The Color Code: A New Way to See Yourself, Your Relationships, and Life

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Simon & Schuster, 1998 - Psychology - 283 pages
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The key to unlocking the mystery of your personality is to figure out what your motivations are. A jury can't vote to convict a criminal without identifying a motive, but many of us never give a second thought to our own motivations. We should. And The Color Code is just the place to start. With The Color Code, you'll gain incredible insights into who you are and the relationships you have by taking a 45-question personality profile that's fun, simple, and sophisticated. Your responses to this illuminating test will start you out on a thrilling journey of self-discovery that will enable you to: Find out which of four different color-coded personality types - Red, Blue, White, or Yellow - is your true color; learn what your natural strengths are and how you can enhance them to get what you want out of life and your relationships; learn about your natural limitations - ones you may never have been aware of - and how you can overcome them; discover the career that suits your personality; and read the personality colors of other people in your life and learn the "dos" and "don'ts" of developing positive connections with them.

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Execellant all begans with me. However, you must get the test right. The best way to take the test is with someone who will be very honest with you and then you must have the desire to want to know the truth and be able to identify with it.



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Taylor Hartman is a psychologist and business leadership coach. He lives with his wife and family in Sandy, Utah.

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