Random thoughts on most things from A. M. Craig.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Color Code

I'm reading The People Code, formerly published as The Color Code, by
Dr. Taylor Hartman.

To those reading who are A) Well enough acquainted with me, and B)
Familiar with The Code, I would like to know:


I know, this is shamelessly self indulgent. You don't have to answer.
But you'll miss out on all the fun if you don't.

-Sent from Austin's phone.


SamYam said...

Lots of red and some blue and even less yellow. I hope you're not a pansy white.

Your turn.


Nancy said...

You're a tough one, really I'd say others I know are easier to peg, but I'd have to say red/blue.

Richard said...

I haven't read or looked at the book in a LONG time, but here is my guess, in order of strength:

White, Blue, Yellow, Red...if that combination is even possible.

As has been noted, you're complicated, I could be way off.

Becky said...

Austin, though I am a fan of the color code book in general (and have owned it since high school) I must say that you just don't fit that mold. There is another color personality test used in the public education system that I learned about in college that uses the colors Orange, Blue, Gold and Green. You fit that model better and I would guess that you are a Green with a bit of Orange on that one. You should check it out.

Of course, I don't know what its called so I can't help you there.

The greens tend to be science oriented, extremely analytical, tend to see the big picture more than details and frequently answer questions with "Well, that depends."

siovhan said...

It's been a while since I read it. I'd say Blue/Red with a little white.

Austin said...

The results are in. If the test tells the truth, from the 45 questions, I scored 19 points Red, 12 points Blue, 11 points White, and 3 points Yellow.

Becky, I've taken that test a couple times before, back in high school. I'm a solid, almost %100 green on that one.

Sam, I'd say you're a Yellow with some blue. Just a guess.

Siovahn, I hope you're doing extremely well.

Back to my book.

Asmond said...

I would have guess red blue as well... *cheers* Hurrah for impossibilities!

My word verification: yhjnwyqy That's just cool.

Richard said...

A red/blue.

That helps explain why so many people thought you were hard to peg. Red/Blues are complicated. Becky had a Red/Blue friend with her in London. She said the girl spent half her time bossing the group around and the other half feeling bad about bossing the group around.