YOUR ENERGY TYPE:

HOW OTHERS SEE YOU:
Yellow Green Black:
The Truth Seeker

DISCOVER YOURSELF:
You are constantly reexamining yourself to identify what is
important. Being truthful is your purpose in life. You need
veracity to be aware of yourself. You will speak the truth
even when others do not want to listen. When you first meet
people, they have no idea that this is who you are. After listening
to them, you can’t help but be open and honest. You
stun them with your obvious truths.

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DIVE IN:
If you make up your mind about something, there is nothing
that can stop you from achieving your goals. You are able to
remain focused and resourceful at the same time. By maintaining
a keen awareness, you know what is working. This is
your great talent. Concentrate on building a trusting rapport
with others instead of dwelling on how you are different.
Others will feel secure with the advice that you give them,
and you will be able to recognize your own emotional patterns
in the future.
BUT BEWARE
When people are unwilling to listen, they may reject your
ideas or avoid you. Don’t feel that you’re misunderstood or
that you’re an outcast. Others are just trying to protect themselves.
Accept that you are someone who must tell the truth
and that many times others are not strong enough to confront
the realities you reveal.

WORK TIPS:
You need to be respected as an authority at whatever you
do. Use your directness to educate people on how to perform
their jobs better and to increase productivity. When
others realize you have their best interests at heart, they
will respect your talents. You’re at your best when you are
regularly securing new and better worlds for those around
you. Careers in such fields as residential architecture, real
estate, medicine, or counseling will make you feel more
complete.

THINGS WILL BE JUST FINE IF:
. . .
. . . prior to giving advice, you consider whether people are
in the frame of mind to listen. If they aren’t, stop talking. Make
a mental note and try having the conversation at another time,
using a less emotional way of making your point. Eventually,
you will be heard and the truth will come out.