YOUR ENERGY TYPE:

HOW OTHERS SEE YOU:

Blue, Purple, and White:

The Problem Solvers

DISCOVER YOURSELF:

You are constantly considering what else each person or situation

requires. You want to know what is missing. During

the time that you mull things over, others might view you as

passive or quiet. When you have assembled all the facts

about the situation, you put forward a vibrant suggestion on

how to make something or someone’s life work better.

Solving problems is your greatest passion.

DIVE IN:

Examine ideas and situations. Tell others about better ways

to solve a problem. Be steadfast. Your method of forcing

yourself to work under pressure allows you to be at your

best. You can see the idea and critique it until it is perfect.

Demand autonomy. You need it to finish what you start. A

sharp, successful focus will be your reward.

BUT BEWARE

When you don’t know what you want, you can appear

wishy-washy to others. It can also make it difficult for you

to stay focused. External pressure can destroy your ability to

concentrate and be creative.

Make your own plan and take the time to weigh all the

options. In order to give yourself some thinking space for

problem solving, tell others you will have to get back to

them. Later, you can let them know your thoughts on how

to resolve difficulties.

WORK TIPS:

Analyze your options, and use your creativity to transform

ideas into reality. Request that you learn why everyone did

each task. This will allow your logical mind to fit everything

together. You are good at organizing, developing, and creating

things. However, too many ideas, agendas, or different

topics can make you scattered.

Your advice gives others new perspectives on how to

create a better future. You would excel at such jobs as

career counseling, public relations, human resources, corporate

law, or architecture.

THINGS WILL BE JUST FINE IF:
. . .

. . . you give yourself the space and time to connect your

thoughts. Initially your thinking is rigid, then flexible. On

your own you can weave both of these tendencies into a

comprehensive plan.