YOUR ENERGY TYPE:

HOW OTHERS SEE YOU:

Blue, Orange, and White:
The Social Investigator

DISCOVER YOURSELF:
You learn through watching others or by analyzing how
things are made. When you watch others, you’re drawn to
their energy as if you are watching TV. You see each person’s
contribution to a common objective. By examining
someone’s point of view, you see the very depths of his or
her motivation. This is how you regularly fine-tune the way
you direct your own life.

DIVE IN:
Use your excellent eye to examine closely just why your
goals are not being realized. Your ability to view situations
in great detail lets you see things that no one else could
imagine. This is your great talent. You can initiate a plan or
introduce something new, critique why it is or isn’t working,
then offer new perspectives and solutions.
BUT BEWARE
The process of setting goals and analyzing them works better
for you in your career than at home. You need to invent
your own activities, as opposed to being told what to do.
Without the freedom to explore your passions, you can get
caught up in an endless cycle of second-guessing yourself.
This is dangerous because ultimately you’ll wind up talking
yourself out of what you really need.

WORK TIPS:
You have the power to construct new things in the workplace.
You can both initiate change and assess what you
have created. Effortlessly, you are able to decide how to
direct resources and people. At the start, your strong
beliefs make things work. If you get bored or distracted,
however, you can lose your ability to complete projects
successfully.

Your never-ending suggestions work well in such career
fields as the hospitality industry, corporate law, resource
management, and employment recruitment.

THINGS WILL BE JUST FINE IF:
. . .
. . . you slow down. Don’t be such a fast thinker. Don’t
end a conversation until those around you have had
their say. Give them the time to understand all the facts so
that they will be better able to assist you in realizing a
project.