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By Hospitality Jobs — 29/09/2020

Which color are you? And how you transform on a bad day?

Which color are you? And how you transform on a bad day 😁😁😁

Diversity is a universal mindset in the world today. Our skills, experience and individual personality traits make us all wonderfully different and unique. Therefore, understanding different personalities are very important not just for the working environment but also for us as individuals. It helps us learn to understand people around us and their reactions as well as their behaviour better.

Understanding the different personalities is important not just for big companies but for us as individuals as this will make it easier for us to learn how to better deal with colleagues and clients. You might say this could even be useful in understanding your partner when it comes to personal relationships. Understanding gives you a better perspective of a person and how best to react when faced with a stressful situation.

Experts have determined that there are four basic personality types. The four basic colors are, yellow, red, blue and green, and it doesn’t have anything to do with a person’s favorite color. As an individual, learning our color personality is also important. First, because it helps us to better understand ourselves and why we react to certain situations a certain way. Second, when we understand who we are, it allows us to open ourselves to at least try to understand others as well.

Want to learn what type of personality you have? You may take this simple color personality test. Once you have finished the test you may go back to check out what your color personality means by checking out the rest of this article. If you find that 2 or more colors returned the same result, that is perfectly normal as no one person is just one color. All of us have some bits of each color personality, although some colors may be more predominant than the rest.

Which one are you?

Colors Test

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