The Personality Game is a fun
way to learn about personality types and their unique - and often quirky - traits. This
personality system focuses on improving team-work and increasing productivity
within a company.
This can be used as an exercise in creativity and learning to see the world in new and
How to Play the Personality Game
- Print out the blank puzzle pieces chart (Blank Puzzle Pieces-htm,
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make several copies of the blank chart before you start coloring it.
- Print out the color chart that goes along with it (Color Chart).
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- If you haven't already printed the overview of the Personality Game, do that (The Personality Game). Use the "back" button on your browser
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- Find a quiet place where you can color your charts without interference.
- Use yourself as a guide, and see how many of the puzzle pieces you can color using the
overview of the Personality Game as a starting point, along with the Color Chart.
- Then, try to figure out the personality aspects of someone you are close to - a good
friend, spouse, co-worker or boss. Next time you have a conflict with someone, see if you
can see what "color" they are!
- When you finish, you might have a chart that looks like this sample (Sample Colored Chart)
For Group Team-Building:
- This Game is best used in a healthy working atmosphere, where people are willing and
interested in learning more about themselves and their co-workers.
- Have everyone spend some time coloring their own chart (either in a relaxed session or
on their own).
- Don't worry about missing colors. Concentrate on figuring out the Role and Reactive
- Then, try to find the Perspective for yourself and others.
- Compare notes and see if everyone can agree on each others' Role, Center and
- If so, try to do the rest of the personality traits. If not, you may want to read some
of the books published on this system to learn more.
- Then, review what you've learned over several more working sessions. You may find that
people have an "A Ha!" experience when they see how The Personality Game
explains a person's way of doing things or their reaction to situations.
The information provided on this website may not give enough
information to people who want to play the game without prior experience
with this system. At present, the easiest resource is the book, Personality
Puzzle, by Jose Stevens and JP Van Hulle, which contains an older
version of the personality quiz. The book may be ordered through
major bookstores, Amazon, Pivotal
Resources and Joy Perasso, Guided Crystal Books [phone: (925)
254-9162 - San Francisco area].
Other books and an list of resources is available at the
Michael Teachings (Foundation of The Personality
Resources/Power Path Seminars offers corporate training programs and
programs for consultants and trainers on using the system in a business
Components of The Personality Game:
Click on the Link word for a short explanation.
the Personality Game
Primary Life Role
(Basic Personality Type)
(Primary Response to Events)
(Outlook on Life)
(Viewpoint Toward Life)
Method of Approaching Life)
(Personality Dragons - Obstacles to Make the Game Challenging)
Famous People Database
- a more in-depth sample of personality traits of famous people, places, organizations and
Links to related pages
The Personality Game
- A Practical Personality System for the 90's
Famous People -
Personality Attributes of Famous People
Michael Math - Sample-
Understanding "Michael Math" - a sample of how to use it.
Michael Math Forms-
Understanding "Michael Math" - a fill-in-the blanks form.
Numbers - Overview of
the Number Qualities
Michael Books -
Complete list of Michael Books
- Sample of Concordance to the Michael Teachings
- Mailing List Form
Spirituality at Work
- Seven Principles of Spirituality in the Workplace
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Page updated: October 05, 2013