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

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CHAPTER 23
Gold/Green Extroverts

YOU’RE NOT ONLY A GOLD, you also have strong secondary characteristics of the Green personality. And you have tested as a Color Q Extrovert, which means you recharge your batteries by being with people, rather than being alone. Your Color group values efficiency, accuracy, predictability, tradition, and social responsibility. Affirming others is a strong inner drive. These core tendencies should ring true with you, since they’ve been researched worldwide for well over half a century. (If not, return to your Self-Assessment and follow the directions for re-evaluating yourself.) It’s important that you read the exact right profile, since you can significantly enhance your professional and personal relationships as well as your job search with the information that follows.


You Overall

Ensuring welfare of those around you, whether family or colleagues, is the focus of your energy and has been since you were a child. You affirm others and put them at ease. People in your Color group have continuous curiosity about people and keen observational skills.

Testing new ideas makes you uncomfortable; you favor working with real things and sticking with what you’ve experienced. Since few details escape your notice, you may feel you’ve “seen it all.” Preferring the here-and-now, you shun change and minimize future thinking.

One of your best qualities is your highly developed work ethic. Commitments and obligations are undertaken with utmost seriousness. Your

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