True Colors Reflection

The true colors test uses a numbering system to rank your personality into four different groups: orange, blue, gold, and green. After taking the test, I was placed in the orange group. This group includes personalities that are outgoing, creative, spontaneous, open minded, and optimistic. After discussing the various types of personalities and character traits, I learned it is important to have a mixture of all different types of personality groups. In life, we need different types of people to balance each others strengths and weaknesses out so we can work collectively to be successful. If the world only consisted of like-minded people, we would not be able to advance as a society or grow as human beings. The true colors test really emphasizes the importance of diversity in a collaborative setting.



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