About me (according to the spacefem.com html color quiz):
I am purple
My dominant hues are red and blue. I am confident and like showing people new ideas. I play well with others and can be very influential if I want to be.
My saturation level is very high - I am all about getting things done. The world may think I work too hard but I have a lot to show for it, and it keeps I going. I shouldn’t be afraid to lead people, because if I am doing it, it’ll be done right.
My outlook on life can be bright or dark, depending on the situation. I am flexible and see things objectively.
About me (According to ‘Personal DNA’):
I am an Experiencer.
my inquisitive nature, imagination, and hands-on practicality make I an EXPERIENCER. Although I have an active imagination, I also concern myself with the functional elements of things. I am willing to experiment to find things that work the most efficiently. Getting stuck in certain habits is boring to I—I’d rather find new experiences. Accordingly, experiences are more important to I than objects—I’d rather spend my money and energy on events and adventures than on material things. I like to contemplate a lot of options before making a decision, and I am willing and able to consider a lot of different angles to problems. I am open to suggestions, and often rely on others to assess the merit of those suggestions. I have an ability to see the big picture—not just how things are, but how they could be—in a variety of situations. I am balanced in my approach to problem-solving, not letting my emotions hold I up (I do, too). I prefer to have time to plan for things, feeling better with a schedule than with keeping plans up in the air until the last minute (Only because of $). Generally, I believe that I control my life, and that external forces only play a limited role in determining what happens to I.
If I want to be different: Have faith that my imagination and practicality will complement each other, and lead to good decisions on my part. Take the initiative in seeking things out—don’t wait for them to come to I.
How I relate to others:
I am Generous.
my awareness of those around I, along with my nuanced perceptions of the world at large, makes I the GENEROUS person that I am. I value time to myself (I actually get very depressed when I’m alone. I hate socializing yes, but I do like to be with at least 1 of the few close friends I have.) and understand how rich my private world can be—I know that I don’t have to go wild to have a good time. I am excited and energized by ideas and often enjoy things more through observation than through experience (No, I like to do things, I’m just shy). This tendency gives I an appreciation for different perspectives and opinions about the world. Being as aware of others as I am doesn’t mean I find it easy to trust them immediately —this is something that happens more slowly for I. Despite this, I am aware of the complexities of many situations and am reluctant to pass judgments on others (I TRY really hard not, to, but sometimes, I can’t help it). Although I have fewer friendships than some people, those that I have are meaningful and are important to I. I value spending time alone—it is while reflecting on the world around I that I often learn something new about myself or begin to understand something that’s been bothering I (I said: I hate being alone).
If I want to be different: Given how attuned I am to others’ thoughts and feelings (What? No I’m not. I don’t understand myself let alone others), I might find that trusting people more is a way to broaden my perspective even further (Tried it. I got screwed every time). While I know how much can be learned from observing the world around I, remember that much of life can be lived by experiencing it, not just by understanding it.