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Transcript of True Colors
Created by Don Lowry in 1978
Grounded in Hippocrates' identification of four primary personality types:
- Sanguine (extroverted/creative)
- Choleric (task-driven)
- Melancholic (introverted/reflective)
- Phlegmatic (harmonious)
Lowry's original test featured colors and the theater (see creepy mime cards, stage right) to blend learning and entertainment.
The History of True Colors
Warm & Caring
Emotional & Passionate
Critics May Call Blues:
The Smurfs: True Blues
It took a while for Sully to come out of the closet as a true blue
Cobra Commander and
Blue Meanie Chief: Blue... but not
Great because they are...
- Complex Thinkers
... but may also be seen as:
Can one get any greener than Dr. Sheldon Cooper?
Who is the greenest?
A Their Best...
At Their Worst...
Afraid to Act
Can villains be gold? do you even know who this is?
Being organized and efficient do not necessarily equate to being gold, C3PO
Who is more gold, Kirk or Data?
Charismatic! Energetic! Creative! Outgoing! Spontaneous!
Falt, Jack. “Appreciating Differences: Your True Colors.” http://users.trytel.com/~jfalt/Ene-med/true-col.html. Accessed 22 September 2011.
True Colors International. “What is True Colors and what can it do for me?” http://www.true-colors.com/WhatisTrueColors.html. Accessed 22 September 2011.
True Colors Personality Test. “The History of True Colors.” http://www.true-colors-test.com/truecolorstory.html. 22 September 2011.
What colors are they?
What color are you? How strong is your color? Does it ever change?
Do you think other people see you as the color with which you identify?
Which colors work best together? Which colors are prone to conflict?
Which color(s) make(s) the best leader(s)?
What are the pros and cons of True Colors and other "type" tests?
True Colors & Other "Type" Tests