Experienced worldwide by educational institutions, governments, and businesses of all types and sizes, the power and popularity of the True Colors method lie in its simplicity. Our system takes the most important concepts presented in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and distills them into a user-friendly, fun, and—most important—practical tool. The result is an insightful personality-identification system that can be applied to real-life situations, like relieving social conflict and boosting collaboration and productivity. Backed by 40 years of proven results.

If you’re new to the True Colors system, this page is a good place to start learning about our renowned personality assessment system. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.

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What is True Colors?

True Colors® is a model for understanding yourself and others based on your personality temperament. We break down our tried-and-true method here.


Why Use True Colors?

The True Colors® methodology has helped millions of people find personal success and dramatically improve their interpersonal relationships in these areas and beyond.


Who Uses True Colors?

The beauty of the True Colors system is that its concepts and lessons can be applied in practically any environment where social conflict can arise or productivity can improve.


Frequently Asked Questions

True Colors is renowned for its simplicity. That being said, we receive important questions about the True Colors process and products.


True Colors Worldwide

The simplicity of the True Colors® method transcends language barriers and translates easily among cultures. True Colors is presented worldwide and has been experienced by millions. Check the list below to find and contact a representative in your region.

[dt_quote animation=”fadeInDownBig”]”Successful people know who they are and what their True Colors are… when you know what your core values and needs are and feel good about them, you can perform at your highest potential in every area of life. And when you share a working, mutual understanding of other’s core values and needs, you have the basis to communicate, motivate, and achieve common goals with utmost dignity, efficacy, and mutual respect.”

-Don Lowry, creator of True Colors.[/dt_quote]

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