“I find value in scheduling, structure, and having guidelines. I believe that five minutes early is already late!“
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If so, you tend to need structure and organization. Order, rules, respect, and dependability are important to you.
Time is a key part of your life if you are a gold personality type. You need to be on time and want others to be punctual as well. Following the plan or schedule it best for you.
Also, family and traditions are cornerstones of your life.
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Primary Gold Personality Traits
The True Colors
Primary Golds enjoy being (and even need to be) extremely organized.
The invention of the Post-It note is an awesome thing for a Primary Gold personality type, particularly the lined Post-Its. On these small pieces of paper, great plans and checklists can be written as a to-do list.
A Primary Gold personality might say, “As a strong Gold, I take great delight in crossing something off my to-do list. I have even written something on the list so I can check it off. It feels so good to have that sense of accomplishment—wouldn’t you agree?”. These Gold personalities might find careers as accounts, pharmacists, auditors, or court reporters rewarding.
TRUE COLORS Fits
Stressors and Frustrations
There are specific and observable behaviors that are apparent when people around you are stressed and frustrated that take a toll on each color type. True Colors allows you to identify signs in your friends, family, or co-workers in order to create harmony and understanding.
Behavior Patterns when Stressed
Each color type has a specific set of behaviors that are evident when they are stressed, life is getting to them, or they are frustrated. When you look at the items that distress, disturb, and concern you, True Colors knowledge provides key understanding that can unlock solutions to the challenges of certain situations.
Each unique color spectrum has a listening style that should be used to be communicated with. Learn how to effectively communicate with every color to reduce conflict and confusion.
Interacting with Other Colors
Every primary color is vastly different and has preferences on how to interact and be interacted with. Learn the keys to engaging, responding, and befriending other colors in order to strengthen your own color spectrum.
We each have an array of personality traits captured in our own unique color spectrum. Our Online Assessment illuminates your spectrum—pinpointing your strongest and supporting colors—and how to use it to reach new heights.