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The Color of Your Personality and How to Make the Best of It
Transcript of The Color of Your Personality and How to Make the Best of It
Olga Prizhbilov, M.S.
Classified Senate President/ Student Personnel Assistant
American River College
Who are we?
Write your name using your left hand
What is True Colors?
• Assessment of our preferences.
• Better understand yourself and others.
• Promotes appreciation of individual differences.
• Understanding preferred styles of people around us.
Points to Remember
• Each color is reflective of your personality.
• Primary and secondary color.
• The colors you do not choose will have some characteristics that are representative of you; however, it is not your preferred style.
• Improve effectiveness in working with others.
Your True Colors
• Rate each of the four boxes in each row.
• 4 = most like you; 1 = least like you
• On the second page, read each description. Now rate each color. Do your results match?
• Need to feel unique and authentic.
• Look for meaning and significance in life.
• Need to contribute, encourage, and care.
• Value integrity and unity in relationships.
• Natural romantic, a poet, a nurturer.
BLUES at work
• Strong desire to influence others so they may lead more significant lives.
• Often work in the arts, communication, education, and helping professions.
• Adept at motivating and
interacting with others.
BLUES in relationships
• Seek harmonious relationships. True romantic, believe in drama, warmth, and empathy to all relationships.
• Enjoy symbols of romance and cherish the small gestures of affection.
• Need to follow rules and respect authority.
• Strong sense of what is right and wrong in life.
• Need to be useful and belong.
• Value home, family, and tradition.
• Natural preserver, parent, helper.
GOLDS at work
• Provide stability and can maintain organization.
• Ability to handle details and work hard makes them the backbone of many organizations.
• Work comes before play.
GOLDS in relationships
• Serious and tend to have traditional, conservative views of both love and marriage.
• Enjoy others with who can build secure, predictable relationships together.
• Demonstrate admiration through practical things.
• Seek knowledge and understanding.
• Live by own standards.
• Need explanation and answers.
• Value intelligence, insight, fairness, and justice.
• Natural non-conformist, visionary, problem solver.
GREENS at work
• Conceptual and an independent thinker; work is play.
• Drawn to constant challenge in careers, and like to develop models, explore ideas, or build systems to satisfy need to deal with innovation.
• Once perfected an idea, prefer to move on, leaving the project to be maintained and supported by others.
GREENS in relationships
• Prefer to let my head rule my heart.
• Dislike repetition, so it is difficult to continuously express feeling. Believe that once feelings are stated, they are obvious to others.
• Uneasy when emotions take over; want to establish a relationship, leave it to maintain itself, and turn energies to studies, work or other interests.
• Act on a moment's notice.
• Consider life a game, here and now.
• Need fun, variety, stimulation, and excitement.
• Value skill, resourcefulness, and courage.
• Natural trouble shooter, a performer, a competitor.
ORANGES at work
• Bored and restless with jobs that are routine and structured.
• Satisfied in careers that allow independence and freedom, while utilizing physical coordination and love of tools.
• View any kind of tool as an extension of themselves.
• Natural performer.
ORANGES in relationships
• Seek a relationship with shared activities and interests.
• Like to explore new ways to energize the relationship.
• In a relationship, need to be bold and thrive on physical contact.
• Enjoy giving extravagant gifts that bring obvious pleasure to special people in life.
Create Your Story
Boy Dress House Hill Lake School Distance Beautiful Surprised Study Work Ball Believe
Love Crush Relationship Flowers Mom
Grandpa Sister I Demonstrate Pen Pencil
Paper Moon Human Cat Dog Horse Car New
Difficult College Class Truth Tree Branch Lunch
Dinner Ice Cream Ship Airplane Movie Cartoon
Grandma Dad Classmate Hand Ring
Increasing your BLUE
Seek Harmony Touch
Take Care Join a Cause
Practice Positivity Seek Self Expression &
Foster Feelings Exploration
Rev Up Romance Stir up Spirituality
Increasing Your GOLD
Respect Time Lines Think before you Speak
Plan Ahead Check Procedures
Stick to Decisions Get Organized
Rediscover Tradition Determine Detail
Multiply Your Manners Belong
Prioritize Your Time
Increasing Your ORANGE
Do Something for the Fun of It Play to Win
Savor Your Senses Share a Story
Express Yourself Freely Create an Adventure
Negotiate Activate Your Body
Lighten Up Take an Acting or Public Speaking Class
Stretch Your Comfort Zones Accept Attention
Increasing Your GREEN
Think Long-Term Debate on the other side of a team
Stop and Contemplate Practice Being Precise
Solve a Problem for Yourself Stretch Your Sense of Humor
Ask "Why?" Record Ideas
Exercise Objectivity Explore
What is Olga's Color?
Classified Senate President
Student Personnel Assistant
American River College
Master of Science in Counseling, Career Counseling Specialization