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The Colour Code Test

July 25th, 2008 (05:40 pm)
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I've not done any memes in a little while, so (thanks to the_marquis) here is:

Your result for The Color Code Test...

Color Code: BLUE: The Social Butterfly

3% Red, 69% Blue, 20% White and 6% Yellow!

Here is the basics: For a more in depth analysis, I suggest you look up the Color Code, and take a more intensive test.


BLUE MOTIVE: Intimacy


BLUE NEEDS: To be good (morally), To be understood, To be appreciated, Acceptance.


BLUE WANTS: To reveal insecurities, Quality, Autonomy, Secuirity.


SUMMARY: Blues are motivated by altruism. They love to do nice things for others. they look for opportunites to give up something in order to bring another person happiness. selflessness rather than selfishness is their guiding philosophy. Blues seek intimacy. They want to be loved and to love. A true blue will sacrifice a successful career to improve an important relationship. Blues crave being understood. They are gratified when they are listened to, when they feel understood and appreciated. Blues may have thier hearts broken more than most people, but they also spend much more time in love. Blues are directed by a strong moral conscience. They have a moral code that guides them in their decision making, their value judgements, and their leisure time. A blue would rather lose than cheat. Ethically, blues are people who should be in positions of power, but seldom are.

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Comments

Posted by: philmophlegm (philmophlegm)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 06:30 pm (UTC)
ICAEW

Assuming this is the standard colour test that I have seen, then you may be interested to hear that the overwhelming majority of accountants (including me) are blue.

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 06:32 pm (UTC)

Interesting - considering the number of people on the_marquis's flist who turn out blue, it looks as though we should all be aiming for ICA membership!

Posted by: philmophlegm (philmophlegm)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 09:26 pm (UTC)

On second thoughts, I did this colour test and came out as white, so it might not be the same one.

Posted by: Rei (huggyrei)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:29 pm (UTC)

I got: 23% red, 34% blue, 11% white, 31% yellow. A little more balanced, but still blue.

I'm not an Accountant, but I am an Actuary.

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:40 pm (UTC)

I wonder what red signifies?

Posted by: Rei (huggyrei)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:50 pm (UTC)

My guess:

Red is confident/aggressive; blue is insecure/nurturing; white is easy-going/passive; yellow is bouncy/short attention span. This explains why my yellow was also so high.

Posted by: Rei (huggyrei)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:50 pm (UTC)

In fact, I suspect my balance between being predominantly blue or yellow changes depending on my mood.

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:51 pm (UTC)

I'm sure mine would too, in different circumstances.

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:51 pm (UTC)

I could do with a bit more red!

Posted by: Rei (huggyrei)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:51 pm (UTC)

Yes - but we already knew that!

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 25th, 2008 07:53 pm (UTC)

See friends-locked LJ entries passim!

Posted by: wellinghall (wellinghall)
Posted at: July 26th, 2008 05:38 am (UTC)

29% red, 57% blue, 14% white, 0% yellow

And I'm also an actuary!

Posted by: firin (firin)
Posted at: July 26th, 2008 05:05 pm (UTC)

11% red, 49% blue, 29% white, 11% yellow...student nurse, not actuary.

I did however almost complete an MAEB at one stage in my life (like an MBA only with a heavy European slant, including a language)...and I absolutely loved both the accounting module and the financial analysis one (got distinction in both too). If life hadn't intervened and prevented me from completing the course, I'd probably be an accountant in Germany at this point.

Posted by: parrot_knight (parrot_knight)
Posted at: July 26th, 2008 10:05 pm (UTC)

I didn't know that you had taken that route - and I'd not heard of an MAEB. Interesting.