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My score on The Which Mixed Drink Are You? Test:


Traditional Martini!
(You scored 4 WILD, 10 SOCIAL, 12 SOPHISTICATED, and 4 FUN!)



· 1 1/2 oz Gin
· 3/4 oz Dry Vermouth
· Ice

Stir gin and vermouth with ice cubes in mixing glass. Strain into a martini glass. Serve with an olive.

The Martini compounded a revival during the 1920's, when the Prohibition movement marked the start of popular gin consumption. Neutral grain spirits were far easier to manufacture in comparison to the aging process inherant of whiskey production. And, at a point where vermouth was also in decline and dryer Martini's became increasingly popular, many wets (those who opposed the Prohibition) opted to drink straight gin under the pretense of a Martini. When President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the act repealing the law in 1933, he celebrated with the first legal Martini - his Dirty Martini - two parts Plymouth gin to one part dry vermouth, with a teaspoon of olive brine, an olive, and lemon peel rubbed around the rim of the glass.
The traditional martini is a clear, clean, pure drink. You are classic and sophisticated, excelling in more intimate social gatherings.



Link: The Which Mixed Drink Are You? Test
(OkCupid Free Online Dating)





You Are:
10% Blue
64% Gold
60% Green
28% Orange




BLUE




Clearly
outline your

expectations for

performance in a

friendly, but frank way.



Recognize their

contribution often.



Identify rewards for

achievement individually

and in teams.This builds cooperation and excitement.



Couch our comments in

feelings terms. "I value

your uniqueness and your contribution. You are

important to me as a

person, and I care

about how you feel."



Provide personal contact

through pats on the back

or a light touch of

approval.



Recognize their creativity

and the depth of feeling

they put into their work.



ORANGE



Outcome
based short-term goals will be most effective.

Focus on behavior and performance more than

the finished products.



Reward by freeing them

to act on their own

initiative



Tangible rewards and competitive situations

create stronger incentives.



Set high expectations,

which challenge their skills casing them, to know they

have really earned the recognition received.



Clearly identify the impact

their performance has on

the organization.






GREEN



Clear
expectations and

project outcomes with the latitude to figure out how to accomplish them
works well.



Provide sincere recognition only when warranted. This color group does not
appreciate "hoopla".



Assign tasks requiring designing new models or

thing up new approaches.



Compliments relating to

his/her intelligence are the greatest source of esteem.



Reinforce through the contributions their

knowledge provides for completing projects.


GOLD



Clearly
established expectations short and long- term goals, and plans for achieving
them give specific measures of their performance and achievement.



Tangible rewards have the greatest appeal.



Provide clear, specific feedback regarding the work accomplished and its
contribution to the

organization.



Traditions, rituals and ceremonies are meaningful. When pre-planned, they


provide incentives for performance.



Hierarchical structure and clearly defined roles aid Gold performance.

Praise
Their:



Unique contributions



Personal achievements



Personal characteristics

that are valued and

meaningful



Honesty and sincerity



Energetic and enthusiastic manner



Contributions to the performance of the

group and the

organization
Praise
Their:




Cleverness




Skill



Quickness



Spontaneity



Versatility



Quick and timely

responses



Creativity



Motivational skills
Praise
Their:




Competence




Quality of work



Language capabilities



Independent initiative Ingenuity



Analysis abilities



Clear, logical explanations

in precise terms



Good ideas and

capabilities
Praise
Their:




Accomplishments



Thoroughness and sense

of responsibility



Provide a "pat on the back" regularly and consistently



Contributions to the

growth and development

of the organization and its performance traditions

They
Dislike:





Insincerity



Hypocrisy



Deception
They
Dislike:




Rigidness



Authority



Rules
They
Dislike:




Incompetence




Unfairness



Injustice
They
Dislike:




Non-conformity



Ambiguity



Waste

The highest color score is your PRIMARY color,
or the kind of personality that you mainly operate in.

Your lowest scored color is your SHADOW color.
These are the kinds of personalities that you will struggle to deal with, and
understand.


FIND VALUE IN EVERY PERSONALITY COLOR! Do not condemn or criticize. If you
can learn to appreciate and accept people, whose primary color is your shadow
color, it will strengthen your shadow color. By finding value in people with
your shadow color will help create the ability to work through difficulties,
and remain in community with people. Remember that no matter what color your
personality is, always be content with which personality you are so,


One color is not above another personality color. The hope of this test is
to teach us to communicate, and gives us the ability to honor all of the colors,
by bringing people together with appreciation and understanding for one another,
and not separation from misunderstanding and judgment. This is the challenge
that we all face.


REMEMBER:We all have EVERY ONE OF THESE COLOURS IN OUR PERSONALITY. Sometimes
we operate in higher degrees of other colors than our primary color, depending
on fun, stress, relaxation, and sickness.


Finally, I hope you had fun and learned something at the same time. Use the
above chart as a quick aid when dealing with family, friends and co-workers.


















My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on Blue
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You scored higher than 99% on Gold
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You scored higher than 99% on Green
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You scored higher than 99% on Orange




Link: The True Colours Personality Test written by maetrix on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the The Dating Persona Test
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