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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

True Colors personality test

So a few weeks ago we had a morale coffee for Ben's squadron where we had a guest speaker that lead us through our colors personality test. I found that results fascinating and have been reading different things about mine to Ben. (I am sure that he is ready for me to shut-up about it already!)
There are several things that we had to do to get our "colors." You get your first color and also your second because that is what makes you an individual. (No two blues are going to be the same etc.)
I was a Blue/Gold. I was very blue which according to our speaker accounts for only 15% of the population except if you are in the Marine Corp family. Apparently it jumps to over 50% for USMC spouses.
There is a lot more in the book that we got but I don't want to bore you guys so I have boiled it down to something very simple.
Here are what my colors say about me.

Blue represents calm. Contemplation of this color pacifies the central nervous system. It creates physiological tranquility and psychological contentment. Those with Blue as a Primary Color value balance and harmony. They prefer lives free from tension... settled, united, and secure.
Blue represents loyalty and a sense of belonging, and yet, when friends are involved, a vulnerability. Blue corresponds to depth in feeling and a relaxed sensitivity. It is characterized by empathy, aesthetic experiences, and reflective awareness.


Gold is the body's natural perceptions. It represents a need to be responsible, to fulfill duties and obligations, to organize and structure our life and that of others. Those with Gold as a Primary Color value being practical and sensible. They believe that people should earn their way in life through work and service to others.
Gold reflects a need to belong through carrying a share of the load in all areas of living. It represents stability, maintenance of the culture and the organization, efficiency, and dependability. It embraces the concepts of home and family with fierce loyalty and faithfulness.
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Keri said...

I am Gold/Blue!

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