Essay On Orange Personality

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True colors were created to explain the differences in human behavior, these behaviors are classified by four different groups; green, gold, blue and orange. I personally am classified as a dominantly green, but also orange personality type. This means that I am very determined, consistent, composed and intellectual but I am also creative, competitive and enjoy leadership opportunities. These four classified groups are very different however they still have similarities. With differences in personalities come conflicts over diversions in thought processes and ways of life. As a predominantly green personality type, I believe that I do arouse some conflict and questions in both my household and school life in the way that I carry myself and …show more content…
My father has an orange personality type because he loves being outdoors, living an active lifestyle, he is impulsive, extremely competitive and lives in the moment. All these characteristics make him a predominantly orange personality type. The act of kindness I chose for my father was to ask family friends to meet us at a large field near my house to play soccer and talk and just relax afterwards. I surprised my dad by telling him that he should come with me when I walked my dog, and then I took him to the soccer field instead; he was surprised to see friends and family there. When we got there, my dad and I played soccer with his friends and our family for a few hours then we relaxed and finally walked home. I chose to play soccer with my dad and our friends and family because, my dad always complains that I don’t enjoy life, I just focus on school and nothing else. Also, my dad always told me about how in his home country he used to just relax after school with his friends and play soccer. He said that soccer balls used to be really expensive so his whole class would pitch in and buy one, and then they would spend the whole afternoon playing with the soccer ball. He also told me that playing soccer and spending time with loved ones should be what life is made of. That is why I surprised him with a game of soccer with family and …show more content…
This is when I told him about the project and explained some of the norms of collaborative work. First, I “paraphrased”, I told him about how I was supposed to do something nice dependent on what color his personality is classified under. I explained to him that I believed he was an orange personality type and that meant he was spontaneous and active and a positive person. Next, I “paused” he asked me about my personality type and my family’s personality type. I told him I was a green personality type, my sister’s was blue and my mom’s was gold and explained why I thought that. I then “probed” I asked him if he thought the surprise I planned for him dependent on his personality color was effective and what he thought about my choice. He told me that there was nothing he would rather do on a Friday afternoon. Afterwards, I “put ideas on the table,” while we talked about how he should be open to how I feel about school and why I am always focused on school work and he should be open to communicating about the spending more time with our family. Lastly we talked about “balance” we talked about making sure that I make time for family but also have time to concentrate on school. So from now on every Friday night will be family night and he would to be open minded about my determination for school. This concluded our

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