Let your Color Code guide you to the career that's right for YOU.
First off, give me a second to explain. You know how you have a dominant hand? Doesn’t mean you never use your other hand, it just means your dominant hand takes control most of the time. Same thing with your personality “Color Code”. Everyone has a dominant personality color code that’s most like them. The other colors might show up every once in a while depending on what’s going on, but for the most part your dominant color nails you; and your color is Gold.
Ok, back to “So what does that mean?” Read on to learn more.
- You feel rules are meant to be followed, not broken. You have a strong sense of what’s right and wrong.
- You respect authority and wouldn’t think of challenging it.
- Belonging to groups is important to you. All sorts of groups… friends, family, work, social, church.
- It’s important for you to feel you’re being useful.
- Not going to find anyone more responsible and dependable than a Gold.
- You’re all about organization, orderliness and neatness. Ever hear the saying “There’s a place for everything and everything in its place”? Yeah, that’s you.
- Your on-time and prepared, and get frustrated when others aren’t. Not just when it comes to going someplace, but also if there’s a deadline for something to get done.
- You like handling details.
- Change isn’t your friend. You don’t like it, and it takes a lot to get you on board and moving in that direction.
- You live by your schedule, and your to-do lists.
- You’re very family and home oriented. Traditions are important to you.
- You need to be in control. Some people might even consider you a “control freak” but really you’re just concerned about things getting done, and getting them done right.
- You make goals and work hard to reach them.
- Structure and planning are important to you. You won’t just “wing it” if something needs to get done.
- You like the predictability of life patterns: grow up, get a job, get married, have children, save for a home….
- You feel like everyone needs to pull their weight. You’re frustrated by people who are irresponsible, lazy, take unnecessary risks, or just don’t do the right thing.
- It’s true. You can tend to be judgemental.
- You have a strong sense of right and wrong.
- “Hope for the best, but expect the worst.” Sound familiar?
- When you make a commitment, you keep it.
- You’re more interested in facts than ideas. Golds want the details.
- You’re a planner, and a saver.
- You value your family life and your family time.
- You like taking care of people; making sure they have what they need and that they’re ok.
- You’re fiercely loyal and dependable. People can count on you. Always.
- You enjoy being a part of groups and organizations. You like belonging and the obligation that goes along with it.
- Golds take pride in caring for their families both by earning money, and looking after what they need.
- You show you care about people by the practical things you do for them.
- You have no problem taking responsibility, and want people to know they can count on you.
- You follow the rules and expect others to as well.
- You’re great at “logistics”; getting the right things to the right people at the right time.
- Golds are drawn to positions of authority and respect, and having a title can be important to them. You like being in charge.
- Details take center stage again. You’re all about the details and like work that is focused on them.
- You hate wasting time. You’d rather just have someone tell you what to do rather than have to figure it out on your own.
- You have a strong work ethic, and feel that work comes before play. You’ll work long hours and overtime if that’s what’s needed.
- You feel like if you want something done right, do it yourself. Tends to become a problem because you don’t trust others to do the job and you might take on too much.
- Golds tend to be in work groups and committees. The whole sense of belonging and being a part of something bigger, or a team, is important to them.
- You take responsibility and expect to be held accountable, so you make sure that things are planned out, and done right. Down to the last detail.
- One thing at a time. You don’t like lots of things going on at once
- You want to be prepared for every possible scenario. Lots of planning going on.
- You question when someone wants to make changes to the routine. You figure just let things remain the same. Why mix things up?