YOUR ENERGY TYPE:

HOW OTHERS SEE YOU:
Blue Green and Black:
The Identity Creator

DISCOVER YOURSELF:
You are in touch with your emotions and clearly express
what you want. When you listen to the concerns of others,
you discover what is best for them. You help them accept
themselves. They learn about things that they have deeply
internalized and are afraid to face. You strengthen their
identity. You give to others the gift of better self-knowledge.

DIVE IN:
You can intuit others’ hopes and fears by their tone of voice.
Engage others in conversation so that you can help them
discover what they need. Take your concerns for them and
translate them into supportive suggestions. Keeping each
person or situation on track is your greatest talent. It allows
you to determine your own identity as well.
BUT BEWARE
You have a great need for others to hear you as well as you
hear them. If you become frustrated, you ask others questions
about decisions that you’ve already made. In your
search to confirm your feelings, you can make people feel
that you’re uninterested in their comments about you. They
perceive that you are not listening to what they say. You do
hear them. It just takes you longer to process information
about your feelings.

WORK TIPS:
Be sensitive to the emotions of your coworkers and be supportive.
This is a responsibility that you rightly claim. If you
are a manager, appreciate your ability to remain dedicated
to your staff, and you will gain strong employee commitment
and loyalty.

Be careful. If you get too close to those you work with, you will be
unable to give unbiased guidance. You work best in environments
in which you are consistently working with new clients or situations.
Careers that allow you to hear and express how others
feel are a must for you. Working as a writer, actor, psychologist,
psychiatrist, manager, or designer of support systems
will allow you to use your natural talents.

THINGS WILL BE JUST FINE IF:
. . .
. . . you stop compulsively talking about or considering
what is not working for you. Dwelling on nonsupportive situations
or relationships too long can stop you from moving
forward.