Career Match: Connecting Who You Are with What You'll Love to Do

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CHAPTER 20
Golds Overall

GOLDS REPRESENT 46 PERCENT of the overall world population. If you are not a Gold, but want to learn how to identify or improve communications with one, go to Figure 20–1.

This chapter will help you determine if you’ve tested your primary or backup personality Color correctly. It also will help you identify other Golds among people you know, as will Chapter 4, A Tour of the Prism Company/The Gold Department.


A Well-Known Gold: Kay Bailey Hutchison,
U.S. Senator, R-Texas

Kay Bailey Hutchison is Texas’s first woman Senator and a rising star in the Republican Party. This accomplishment is all the more impressive for the fact that, fresh out of law school in the mid-1960s, Hutchison couldn’t even land a job.

One of five women in her law school class of 500, the Texas law establishment simply didn’t hire women in the early days of the movement for women’s equality. But Kay showed the typical Gold’s tenacity in the face of adversity. “Not being able to get a job was my first big failure. I was devastated,” Kay recalls. “I had to reach deep into myself and find a new way.”

She took a job as a television news reporter. Being a TV personality gave her the visibility to go into politics. It was then that she met Anne Armstrong, co-chair of the Republican National Committee. Kay began as Arm

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