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The 4 Personality Gems come from the motivational speaker Dani Johnson. Johnson says, “You have all four Gem characteristics in you. Some people have a lot of two Gems and very little of the others. Others have quite a bit of each one in them, but they lead and communicate in one primary Gem most of the time.”

Once you understand your GEM type, you can learn to spot other GEMS™ quickly.

Walk through these various scenarios and answer the questions honestly. Remember, the only right answer is an honest answer! Not all of these scenarios will apply to you perfectly, because we are all different. So just select the answer that is most appropriate or you feel best describes you.

Scenario 1: You have received an item that needs to be assembled:
Scenario 2: When giving a gift:
Scenario 3: Hotel chains now place a card inside the hotel room that reads “Please save our water supply. If you would like your towels to be washed please place them on the floor.” Your response is:
Scenario 4: You are out with other people. When ordering from a menu at a restaurant:
Scenario 5: You are at dinner with your friends, the server seems stressed out because the restaurant is packed. When he/she delivers your food, you realize quickly he/she brought you the wrong dish:
Scenario 6: When it comes to rules:
Scenario 7: Pick an occupation that most appeals to you:
Scenario 8: When it comes to sports:
Scenario 9: When it comes to clothing:
Scenario 10: When it comes to shoes:
Scenario 11: When it comes to accessories:
Scenario 12: Through your formal educational years:
Scenario 13: When it comes to your car:
Scenario 14: When driving:
Scenario 15: When packing to go out of town:
Scenario 16: When it comes to dating:
Scenario 17: When you are surrounded by children:
Scenario 18: When it comes to money:
Scenario 19: When setting goals:
Scenario 20: When it comes to solving problems:
Scenario 21: An argument breaks out, you are the one who:
Scenario 22: If it’s a big decision:
Scenario 23: If there was a threat of a natural disaster in your area:
Scenario 24: Spring cleaning! You open your garage door:
Scenario 25: You open your closet doors:
Scenario 26: You are loading the dishwasher:
Scenario 27: Shopping at the grocery store:
Scenario 28: Friendships:
Scenario 29: When you are in a room full of people:
Scenario 30: When talking on the phone:
Scenario 31: Public Speaking:
Scenario 32: In conversation with someone one-on-one:
Scenario 33: When visiting the zoo:
Scenario 34: Handshake:
Scenario 35: Keeping track of time:
Scenario 36: When home alone:
Scenario 37: How you view people:
Scenario 38: When at the doctor’s office:
Scenario 39: Hair:
Scenario 40: Of these four choices, which option motivates you the most:

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Here are your personal primary and secondary gems


Sapphire, after answering a few questions, your curiosity got the best of you and you began to count the pages to see how long the test was. You may have even experienced some slight perspiration as you saw the length of the test and found it intimidating or hard to focus. Due to your creative nature, there’s a good chance that you skipped around, instead of answering the question in the order presented.

A Sapphire loves socializing, they’re the life of the party, and they are motivated by fun. They like to be around a lot of people. They love variety interacting with others. They never see the negative side of a situation. They love recognition. In fact, they will work harder for recognition than they ever will for money.

From Sapphires, we can learn to not be so serious and that life can be fun if we let it.

However, Sapphires can improve by understanding not everyone is as positive as them. Sapphires often hurt other people’s feeling by seeming to not care, when really they’re just looking at the positive side of things.

For a Sapphire to enjoy the ultimate writer’s life, they should focus on working with companies that offer recognition and praise. Fundraising or speech writing might be a good niche for a Sapphire.

If your potential client is a Sapphire, make a point to praise their previous successes and always have something positive to say.


Ruby, you have places to go, people to see, and a list that needed to be finished yesterday. Most Rubies have a tendency to skip or skim the instructions, which specifies that for the best results you should read ALL of the answers. You, on the other hand, read the answers until you had a “that’s me” moment, made your selection, and went on to the next question.

Rubies like to win. They are motivated by challenges, but if they can’t win, they won’t play. They like to have the best of everything. They like to be unique and stand out. Rubies constantly have to be striving for a goal, a next step, or another challenge. Rubies are often business owners and entrepreneurs because they like to lead.

Rubies are often missing sleep and skipping breakfast because they are incredibly productive and get more done in one day than anybody else.

Rubies are proud of their accomplishments and want to tell you about them. They are also blessed with extra confidence and they’re not afraid to take a risk. They are direct and to the point, even if it hurts someone’s feelings.

If you’re a Ruby, you’re probably applying for every job that comes along, but by narrowing your focus and putting more effort into a few proposals, you’ll get better results. Also, Rubies typically need to work on their communication skills with the other Gems and learn to be more sensitive to others’ feelings.

If you have a potential client who is a Ruby, you can impress them by being an idea generator, making yourself available so they can be more productive, and by not getting offended if they hurt your feelings.


Pearl, you looked at the test and considered all four answers before making your choice (as you were instructed when you read through the introduction thoroughly). Though you may have been somewhat uneasy answering some very direct questions, you considered what fit you most and continued on.

All the Gems want to help people. But helping is the prime motivator for a Pearl. They are not motivated by money. They usually have strong convictions and are called to action by a cause.

They are thoughtful and patient. They love to serve others and do not like to argue.

A Pearl loves to talk about their family. They are okay with sharing personal information while they are getting to know someone. If a Pearl senses that someone is a fake, they will lose trust in them.

Pearls, like Sapphires, love people and being around them, but not in large noisy groups.

Pearls prefer long-term relationships. They’ll be your best friends for life. They are good listeners and prefer talking to someone one on one. They are trustworthy, loyal, and true to their word.

From Pearls, we can learn the importance of helping others and keeping our word.

However, Pearls often get walked on and taken advantage of because they are so helpful. They can improve their own lives by being a bit more selective in how often they help others. It’s okay to say no if it’s not in their best interest to be helpful in a certain situation.

If you’re a Pearl, try to avoid doing too much “free” work. It might make you feel good, but it will delay your progress on your real goals.

To appeal to a prospective client that is a Pearl, use real stories (remember, they can detect if you’re fake) about your previous clients and how you’ve helped them.


Emerald, you may have found this process imperfect as you analyzed each question and answer. Your greatest struggle was that the answer you had to choose did not describe you with the greatest accuracy. Emerald, remember the directions did say, “Pick the one that most accurately describes you,” not what perfectly describes you. Emeralds are motivated by facts and figures. Everything is black and white.

They are often weak in communication and they are judged as insensitive and cold-hearted – but they’re not. They are articulate. They are very clear with their speech so they won’t be misunderstood, and they always ask, “Why?”
Emeralds are problem solvers who come up with multiple solutions to each problem. They spend a lot of time on research to evaluate each possible solution to make sure they pick the right one. They also tend to be perfectionists and want to figure it all out before starting.

Emeralds can teach us to be more true to our word and to become more organized. They know it’s important to follow through, follow up, and do the tasks to the best of their abilities. That is something we should all strive to do.

If you’re an Emerald, you might be stuck in the learning phase. You can move past it by choosing one niche and getting started in just that area.

Also, to avoid missed opportunities, you should focus on making decisions faster.

If you have a potential client who is an Emerald, be sure to give them a lot of proof of your abilities. Include specific facts and figures about the results you’ve been able to get for other clients. Don’t leave them with lingering questions. Emeralds will do their own research, but if you give them what they need, you’ll impress them and win a sale.

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