That’s my color.
A while ago, I blogged about meeting author Rick Smith on an airplane. He told me about his book The Leap (which I’ve since read) and the Primary Colors Assesment Test that was to go with it. Well, I took the test earlier this week and I must say, it’s pretty right-on about me. Here’s some of what Caribbean Green means:
Your primary color is characterized by an excellent balance between leadership and execution. You also have an affinity for the creative activities also found in the Red color spectrum. However, while you like to involve yourself in the creative process you tend to be more people oriented and outward facing – often desiring to lead or play a significant role in a team environment. It is typical for people in this part of the color spectrum to be hands-on in their management approach but comfortable in delegating responsibilities to others. You are an excellent listener, and incorporate others suggestions.
I wouldn’t call myself an excellent listener but, I’ve been working on it.
So, what’s your color? What will the test say about you? Take it and find out and tell me about it!