According to psychologist Dr. Taylor Hartman in his book Color Code, just as no two sets of fingerprints are alike, every child is born with a unique personality.
"Trying to understand our personality is the only way to grow," Hartman said.
A kaleidoscope of feelings and emotions. The key is unlocking the mystery of each personality is to figure out what a person's motivation is.
The Hartman Personality Profile assigns colors (red, blue, yellow and white) to personality based on a person's strengths and weaknesses. For example, Reds want power, Blues are motivated by intimacy and service, Whites are peace keepers, and Yellows welcome praise and play.
Hartman says his Color Code offers structure and fosters self-realization and character. Deeper understanding of human behavior will improve workplace and personal relationships.
"Personality is a gift," he explained. "Character is victory." With character, a Red will tolerate differences, a Blue will override controlling behavior, White will become assertive, and Yellow will commit to an intimate relationship.
"Our strengths," he said, "must be shared with others in order to benefit us fully."
Personality glows with uniqueness and character.