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Personality Power by Ann Bidou, Shoya Zichy

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generation conflictor personalityconflict?

THERE HAVE BEEN conflicts between the generations, seemingly, since recorded times. How many of these might be clashes of personality rather than age? Color Q tools can analyze these communications barriers.

Worldwide, the percentages of each color type in all populations remain fairly constant—Greens at 17 percent; Reds at 27 percent; Blues at 10 percent; and Golds at 46 percent. (These findings are according to my research and that of parts of the temperament community, which is an offshoot of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.) But each generation has overarching values and patterns of behavior that can be described by these primary Color Q personalities as well. For example, baby boomers as a group ...

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