of the Prism Company:
An Overview of the Four Color Groups
YOU’LL GET THE MOST OUT OF this book if you learn how to recognize people of other Color types. This tour of the (fictitious) Prism Company offers clues to help Color code your boss, co-workers, dates, mates, friends, and family.
At the Gold department entrance, a motion-sensor-activated sign lights up when you approach, requesting your visitor’s pass. A card swipe machine reads all your data—name, reason for visit, time of entry—and unlocks the door.
Inside is a reception area with elegant wood paneling, several classical oil paintings, and immaculate deep pile carpet. The tone is hushed. Behind a large, raised desk is a receptionist wearing a crisp business suit. Her desk has her name and title on a square wood and brass plate, next to a discreet bouquet of mixed flowers. She nods you into the department corridor for your tour. It has taken you less than a minute to start your visit.
On your right is a bulletin board with the slogan “Responsibility and Accountability Lead to Money and Security” displayed across the top. Although the sounds of work are all around you, everything seems hushed