**Andrew Friedman’s Personality Characteristics**

My Personality Type: Type 2

  “The caring, interpersonal type. Two´s are empathetic, sincere, and warm-hearted.. They are friendly, generous, and self-sacrificing, but can also be sentimental, flattering, and people-pleasing.  

  They are well-meaning and driven to be close to others, but can slip into doing things for others in order to be needed. At their Best: unselfish and altruistic, they have unconditional love for others.”
    Hey, I mean … IF they say so, right? Lol — I´m NOT possessive, but the other stuff is mostly accurate.

  DELTA_flt.1189´s Core Color = Blue

  •   blue: 39%
  •   white: 29%
  •   red: 19%
  •   yellow: 12%

Blues Are


Analytical Committed
Compassionate Dedicated
Deliberate Dependable
Emotional Loyal
Nurturing Seek Quality
Respectful Sincere
Thoughtful Well-Mannered



BLUE-BLUE Relationships

What to expect:


  • They both share concern for quality and detail
  • They are both extremely committed to the relationship
  • They are very dependable in completing projects or tasks


  • They can get caught up in the details at the sacrifice of essential productivity
  • They are very perfectionistic and therefore hard on themselves and each other
  • They can be too serious and feed each other´s depression


You only have one Core Motive or “Color Code”

  Your personality type is driven by only ONE of four Core Motives, represented by the colors:
  • RED (Core Motive = Power, or the ability to move from “a” to “b” as efficiently as possible)
  • BLUE (Core Motive = Intimacy, this doesn´t mean ***, but the need to connect, share feelings, and build relationships with others)  — (But umm… *** would be a nice thing for me, as an added extra. Lol)
  • WHITE (Core Motive = Peace, or calm even in the midst of conflict; clarity in the midst of confusion)
  • YELLOW (Core Motive = Fun, or always enjoying the moment)

These are the four basic personality types that I will teach you about. However, very few people have ever scored 100% in one single color while taking the profile; therefore, you will find that your Core Color is often influenced by traces of the other colors.. That is why no two WHITES, although driven by the same Core Motive of Peace, will ever be exactly alike.

Your Color was present at birth and you cannot change it

  You were born with your core personality color intact (ask any woman who has given birth to more than one child and she´ll tell you that her children had different personalities before they had drawn their first breath), and while parts of your personality do change over time (for example, you may have not been born a good listener, but you have learned to become one), you cannot and should not try to discard your Core Color in an attempt to trade it for another. If you were born a YELLOW, you will die a YELLOW, but you can add to yourself any strength or any limitation of any color to your core self.

All Colors are of equal importance

  No personality type is better than another. Each brings equally valuable, albeit, different gifts to the world.

All Colors are neither good nor bad

  No personality type is innately good or bad. Many people who do not know The Color Code may assume that all BLUES must be good and all REDS must be bad, for example. This couldn´t be more false. The colors are neutral and individuals are free to choose how they will use their strengths and limitations to leave either a positive or a negative legacy in life.


Why You´re Hot

You Put Your Partner/Relationship First

  People like to feel important, especially to their significant other, and you have the natural ability to make that happen. As a BLUE, you tend to be very selfless, and your first thought is always “how will this affect my partner?” You would be willing to sacrifice going out with friends or engaging in an activity that you enjoy on your own to do something less exciting with your significant other – not that they would necessarily ask you to – but just knowing you would is a great feeling.

You Make Events Magical

  When planning something such as an anniversary dinner or a birthday party, you don´t like to go through the same old routine that everyone else does. You have a flair for the creative and you seem to have a sense of how to create an ambiance by adding special touches that you know will be perfect for the occasion. For example, you might have personalized gifts or you might recreate something meaningful that happened previously in your relationship. You make ordinary things extra special, which is very endearing.

*You Are Unbelievably Thoughtful.
*You Emanate Quality And Purpose In All That You Do.
*You Give Your Heart Wholly And Willingly.
*You Are A Rock – Stable And Dependable.
*Your Capacity For Emotional Depth Is Remarkable.
*You Are A Class Act.

Why You´re Not

You Tend To Blame Others For Your Unhappiness (I disagree with that, but that´s their analysis, not mine.)

  As a BLUE, you hold high standards for yourself and tend to have unrealistic expectations of yourself, your partner, and how things “should be,” so when things go wrong, you turn to others, such as your partner, as the source for your unhappiness. You might say to her, “if only you were more attentive / caring / interested / loving (you name it), this wouldn´t have happened.” This is obviously not a great way to maintain somebody´s affection. (I´m actually not like that in a relationship, but like I said … that´s their analysis, not mine..)

It´s Hard For You To Relax (You Require A Purpose To Play)

  BLUES tend to be overly guilt-prone, and so if you are doing things that are not purposeful by your standards, you probably feel guilty about it. Ergo, you tend to require a justifiable reason to just play and enjoy life – which usually defeats the purpose and makes it feel unnatural or forced to others in your life. Your tendency to be high-strung in this way can be alarming to a potential mate who is stuck wondering if you´ll ever be able to calm down enough to enjoy a life together..
What is your personality type?
Based on your answers, you are a Director/Negotiator

The following analysis is based on your responses to our questionnaire. Your results identify your major and minor personality types, as well as the types with whom you´re likely to be compatible.

Your Major and Minor Personality Types
Characteristics of all four personality types can be found within each of us, but there is almost always one personality type that is dominant. We call this the major personality type.

The Chemistry Profile also identifies your minor or secondary personality type. You exhibit some aspects of this personality type, though not to the same degree as with your major type.

  • Your major personality type = Director
  • Your minor personality type = Negotiator

You are a DIRECTOR/negotiator

You are an innovator. You are an inventive, thorough, independent thinker with a deep interest in how the world works. You quickly grasp patterns and relationships. And when you focus on a particular work-related or social puzzle, you often come up with novel theories and ideas about it.

You have a strong need to achieve. You want to make an impact on the world. And with your aptitude for theoretical thinking, your investigative rigor, your logic and your determination, you are likely to win the honors your hard work deserves.

You are a complex person, outwardly assertive, logical and intellectual, yet likely to see the many sides of an issue, feel deep sympathy for others and enjoy the spiritual as well as the concrete.

You can be friendly, insightful and eager to please. These attributes, combined with your love of challenges and knowledge, make you an exciting, and at times, very sensitive companion.


Explorer – 20%


Negotiator – 26%


Builder – 25%


Director – 27%

How your personality breaks out

You Matched
Explorer – 20% of your personality

  Known for high energy, high creativity and spontaneity. Seeks novelty, risk and pleasure. Intellectually curious and not easily swayed by opinion.
Builder – 25% of your personality

  Usually very popular. Deep attachment to home and family. Calm demeanor and low anxiety. Often consistent, loyal and protective.
Negotiator – 26% of your personality

  Excels at seeing the big picture, long-term planning and consensus building. An intuitive thinker who is flexible, verbal and socially skilled. Imaginative, empathetic and nurturing.
Director – 27% of your personality

  Daring, original, direct and inventive. A non-conformist. Skilled at abstract thinking and short-term planning. Often assertive and quite competitive. Tough-minded and efficient.

Dating Tips for Directors

  • Not everyone is as direct, focused and “to the point” as you are. So make sure you give potential partners the time they need to express themselves. You will probably be surprised at their logic and intellect.
  • Your competitive spirit is useful in the office but it doesn´t work in dating–unless you find someone who likes to challenge and debate. When that happens, go for it. Otherwise, try to listen actively.
  • Aim at investigating some of the “grey areas” during an invigorating conversation. Much of the world does not see in black and white.
  • Separate work from play. Try to get your assignments out of your mind while on a date—so you can truly enjoy your “down time” with a partner.
  • Make sure to schedule enough time to get to know someone.
  • Try looking directly into the eyes of your partner during a conversation; many people find this “anchoring gaze” a powerful form of intimacy.

Testosterone builds the length of the fourth (right) digit in the womb. The longer your ring finger (in relation to your pointing finger) the more you are likely to have mathematical, mechanical and/or musical skills.

The first two smiles are genuine, because they are accompanied by crow´s-feet wrinkles around the eyes and a slight dip in the eyebrows. The ability to “read” faces is associated with the hormone estrogen in both women and men and is often linked with empathy.


Adventurous, risk taking men and women are generally uncomfortable with public displays of affection or the open expression of feelings by others. Risk taking is associated with the brain chemical, dopamine.
Curiosity is associated with the activity of dopamine (a natural stimulant) in the brain. It is often linked with spontaneity and creativity.



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