30+ Pages Sample Report

After 40 years of personal interviews and more than 50,000 assessments, Four Temperaments has developed MyTemperamentTM Assessment.

Through this proven and unique tool, you’ll receive key insights about yourself, including your natural strengths and abilities, your uniqueness, and your preferred environments, along with the individual needs that are important to you.

You don’t have to try to be someone you’re not. This report will helps you in:


Understanding who you truly are


Reaching your full potential


Practical Frameworks to grow in
your personal & professional life


Learn how your temperament
impacts your career, relationships,
and direction in life


Discover what drives your


Explore your strengths and

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What people say about our assessment

The Four Temperaments Report has had an enormous impact on me personally and professionally. It has helped me understand the internal forces within and has equipped me to make better choices. The insights in this report have helped me to relate more effectively to those around me. Because of understanding the Four Temperaments, I am a better manager at work, a better husband at home, and a better parent to my children. Thank you, Four Temperaments, for putting this report together and clearly identifying the core building blocks of human behavior.

Adam J. – Husband, Father, EVP Finance and Operations

Frequently Asked Questions

(A) People are born blank (tabula rasa): Some believe that people start life as a “blank slate” (tabula rasa) and that the environment determines personality. (B) Temperament is inborn: This theory suggests that a person is born with a basic personality type, and that the inherent traits are developed according to that person’s response to their environment. Actually, ask any mother that has raised at least two children, and chances are that she will tell you that they were different from the beginning. For example, one child may have been very friendly and smiled at everyone; whereas, the other was always frightened when strangers were present.

No. It is possible, however, to behave in a way that does not represent your temperament, but this will always be temporary. A situation may require that you behave in a way that is not natural for you to act, but when the need has passed, you will once again act in a way that represents your temperament.

No. It is not a matter of “best,” but difference. It does not matter what temperament you are. What matters is what you do with what you are. Someone has said; “It’s not the size of the dog in the bite, it’s the size of the bite in the dog!” No matter what your temperament is, you can achieve as much success as your desire and natural abilities will allow. In becoming successful, however, your behavior will represent your basic temperament.

No. They are many factors that make up the total personality of a person. Temperament is only one of the many parts.

Yes. Each person will lead differently depending on their temperament. Notice: Cholerics and Sanguines will lead by inspiration. Phlegmatics and Melancholics will lead by example.

Over the years many different terms have been used to refer to the four temperaments. The most frequently used terms are Choleric, Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Melancholy and DISC. I prefer using Choleric, Sanguine, Phlegmatic, Melancholy. See how some of the others terms correlate.

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