The color code : a new way to see yourself, your relationships, and life /

by Hartman, Taylor.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Scribner, c1998Description: 283 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0684843765 (alk. paper) :.Title notes: $22.00 10-2004 (SPM)Subject(s): Typology (Psychology) | Color -- Psychological aspects
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This first trade edition of a highly successful self-published book that has already sold more than 250,000 copies offers a new understanding of human personality types based on motivation rather than behavior.<p>From ancient astrologers to the Human Resources personnel of today's large corporations, people have tried to produce reliable classifications of the human personality in order to better understand themselves, and to influence and predict how other people will act. These current classification systems are all based on the interpretation of a personality profile, and Taylor Hartman's The Color Code provides the clearest, most direct, and accessible key to understanding the strengths and faults of one's personality.<p>A dynamic speaker who transforms our understanding of personality development and identity, Hartman provides dramatic and useful insights into a variety of personal and professional situations, while still allowing for human diversity and contradiction. The Color Code is easy to understand and open enough to encourage people to achieve their personal and professional goals by recognizing and cultivating their best

$22.00 10-2004 (SPM)

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Foreword (p. 15)
  • Preface (p. 17)
  • Introduction (p. 19)
  • Part 1 Personality in Perspective
  • Chapter 1. The Elements of Personality (p. 25)
  • Chapter 2. The Hartman Personality Profile (p. 31)
  • Chapter 3. Color-Coded Motives (p. 43)
  • Chapter 4. Personality in Perspective (p. 53)
  • Part 2 The Colors
  • Chapter 5. Reds: The Power Wielders (p. 59)
  • Chapter 6. Blues: The Do-Gooders (p. 77)
  • Chapter 7. Whites: The Peacekeepers (p. 95)
  • Chapter 8. Yellows: The Fun Lovers (p. 113)
  • Chapter 9. Secondary Colors (p. 133)
  • Part 3 Relationships: The Color Connections
  • Introduction (p. 143)
  • Chapter 10. The Red Connections (p. 145)
  • Chapter 11. The Blue Connections (p. 187)
  • Chapter 12. The White and Yellow Connections (p. 227)
  • Chapter 13. The Rainbow Connection: Building Successful Relationships (p. 245)
  • Part 4 Building Character
  • Chapter 14. Character: How to Become Your Best Color (p. 259)
  • Afterword (p. 281)

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