Now it is time to discover your own innate personality. You will learn things about yourself that you were not aware of, that you have never known before. You will also be able to identify other personalities different from your own. This will significantly increase your ability to build better relationships both personally and professionally.
When taking the Hartman Personality Profile, be as honest as you can. There’s no point in deceiving yourself about who you really are. Dishonesty will only limit the knowledge of yourself and confuse your relationships with others.
1. Unless otherwise directed, answer every question from your earliest recollections of how you were as a child. Since your personality is innate and comes to you at birth, this will provide a more accurate perspective on who you innately are, as opposed to who you have become.
2. Strive to choose answers that are most often typical of your thoughts and/or actions. Subconsciously, you may want to avoid identifying – or facing – the real you, but tough it out. Don’t cheat yourself by prettying things up. The potential rewards for honesty are too great. Enjoy the profile, you are about to determine your true personality color.
Mark the word or phrase that best describes what you were like most of the time in your earliest recollection. proactive