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Color Your Future: Using the Character Code to Enhance Your Lifeby Taylor Hartman
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Develop your character — and powerfully improve the quality of your life
In The Color Code, Taylor Hartman defined the characteristics of the four basic personality types and assigned a color to each. In this exciting sequel, he builds on his groundbreaking research, showing you how to use your color profile as a guide to cultivating a full and balanced character.
The essence of character is the ability to enhance not only our own lives, but the lives of others as well. Here, Dr. Hartman gives you the tools you need to unlock your true potential, including engaging case histories, clearly articulated principles, and step-by-step exercises for:
Presented with refreshing style and candid professionalism, this revolutionary guide provides tremendous counsel for identifying and embracing an enhanced life.
In "The Color Code", Hartman defined the characteristics of four different personality types and assigned a color label to each. In this exciting sequel, filled with engaging case histories and simple exercises, he explains how to acquire the "unnatural" traits that complete us and give up true character.
About the Author
Taylor Hartman, Ph.D., is a practicing psychologist and business seminar leader and coach. Author of The Color Code, he lives with his wife in Sandy, Utah.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Four Paths for Life
Chapter Two: The Hartman Character Profile
Chapter Three: Butterflies
Chapter Four: Step One: Value Yourself
Chapter Five: Step Two: Seek Universal Truth
Chapter Six: Step Three: Clean Your Motives
Chapter Seven: Step Four: Focus Your Commitments
Chapter Eight: Step Five: Discover Balance
Chapter Nine: Step Six: Serve Others
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