The Color Code

The Color Code

A New Way to See Yourself, your Relationships, and Life

Book - 1998
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Baker & Taylor
A key to the interpretation of the current systems of personality classification draws on examples of personal and professional situations to provide readers with an understanding of their own, as well as others' strengths and faults

Blackwell North Amer
The key to unlocking the mystery of your personality is to figure out what your motivations are. A jury can't vote to convict a criminal without identifying a motive, but many of us never give a second thought to our own motivations. We should. And The Color Code is just the place to start.

Baker
& Taylor

A clear and accessible key to the interpretation of the current systems of personality classification draws on examples of personal and professional situations to provide readers with an understanding of their own, as well as others' strengths and faults. 75,000 first printing. Tour. BAKER & TAYLOR

Publisher: New York : Scribner, 1998
ISBN: 9780684843766
0684843765
Branch Call Number: 155.264 Ha 1998
Characteristics: 283 pages ; 24 cm

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mackenziepshaw
Jul 26, 2012

Such an interesting read! Basically, the author has categorized personalities into four different colors: blue, white, yellow, and red. There is a little quiz to find out which color you are and then the book goes into greater detail on how your color typically behaves and how you interact with other colors. I found it to be interesting and surprisingly accurate!

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