Curious 4-Door Test May Help You Understand More About Your Personality

July 2, 2019

Colors do much more than beautify. They can also provide some information on people’s personalities.

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According to research, elements such as personal preference, experiences, upbringing, cultural differences, context, etc., often muddy the effect individual colors have on us.

This is because certain colors align with specific traits. It’s why people relate purple with royalty, red with excitement or danger, and brown with ruggedness.

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In light of this, we have a test that can give you some information about your character. Here is an image of four doors, each with a different color. 

Whatever door you open first may tell a lot about you! You don’t believe it? Let’s get to it!

1. If you opened the orange door, you’re more a risk taker! You would associate more with a brand like Nike because of its motto: “Just do it!” You enjoy playing and you're energetic in all your ways. 

2. For those that opened the green door, you are the kind of person who always asks why. You’re philosophical and intellectual in nature. You thrive in fields like science because you enjoy knowing the reason behind every occurrence.

3. If you opened the gold door, this means you’re a well-detailed person. You run your life with the Boys’ Scout's motto, “Be Prepared.” You’re quite old-school and value family and traditions. Also, trust is an anchor for most of your relationships.

4. Finally, if you opened the blue door, you’re a calm person. Just like the blue sky represents serenity, you a lover of all things peaceful. In any situation you find yourself, you serve as a mediator. When it comes to relationships, you’re a hopeless romantic!

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Now that you know how colors relate to your personality do well to share with your friends and family. You might be surprised by what you find out about them!

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The material in this article is for informational purposes only and does not replace the advice of a certified specialist.