YOUR ENERGY TYPE:

HOW OTHERS SEE YOU:
Yellow, Green, and Brown:
The Giver

DISCOVER YOURSELF:
You have a tremendous capacity to experience different people
and situations and make them part of your own psyche.
By recognizing where there’s a need for greater balance, you
become aware of what others need to exist. This makes it
easy for you to create nurturing environments that allow you
and others to live more in the moment and feel more alive.

Your support heals and grounds others, enabling them
to be open to your insights about what they need. In turn,
this allows them to be themselves. Your very essence is to be
needed and to give to others a better world in which to live.
Through giving to others, you heal yourself.

DIVE IN:
Use your highly realistic perspective to learn how to improve
your environment. Recognize the needs of others by studying
their actions. Tell them what is necessary for them to do.
Your quiet strength allows others to trust you and to let you
know who they are. This gives you the ability to recommend
things to them. You are recognized as a very giving person,
even though you probably don’t think so.
BUT BEWARE
If you feel that you are being selfish, you are not in an environment
that is supportive of your abilities. Don’t be a victim.
Get tough with people who do not appreciate you.
Show them how much you do. Your hard work must command
respect. Otherwise, you will burn out, become defensive,
and hide all the love and concern that you have to give.

WORK TIPS:
Dedication allows you to direct and focus your energy. But
you’ll get ahead in your career only if you are allowed to be
important. Recognition gives you the strength to know how
to fix things and give support even before others ask for it.
Action-oriented jobs where you can be an expert—a doctor,
nurse, physical therapist, or chiropractor—are ones you
would enjoy. The more you are needed, the more fun your
job will be.

THINGS WILL BE JUST FINE IF:
. . .
. . . you accept that you have a great need to be appreciated.
Direct your concerns to those who care about you.
Only then will you be able to acknowledge and take more
pride in what you contribute.