cloe-up photo of a red rose in full bloomPeople drawn to red are enthusiastic and energetic individuals. They are always looking out for new adventures and love to try new food, travel and friendships. At its worst this can be a devil-may care attitude that results in trouble. At its best reds outgoing individuals with big goals and a willingness to work toward them.

Red people can have quick tempers and have to be cautious about burning too brightly. They are generally very generous with their time and among the first to respond to calls for help.

Reds are often strong in mind and body. They have strong constitutions and are generally protected from illness. They tend toward an active lifestyle and do well in sports.

They biggest challenge for reds is boredom. If not given the chance to try new interests, projects and relationships they can become very impulsive. This can leave a lot of unfinished projects and ventures and make create a feeling of disorganization and unfulfillment. However, when they really put their mind to a project and can stay engaged they are remarkably successful.

Reds tend to be direct and to the point. You won’t have to guess about their point of view. They don’t normally have hidden agendas or ulterior motives. They are the perfect embodiment of “what you see is what you get.”

Reds can be very competitive, which helps drive them forward, but it can mean that everything with them becomes a debate or a contest. Sometimes they need to back off and stop keeping score. They struggles with working on a team and don’t do well taking orders. They are generally driven to entrepreneurial pursuits so they can go their own way.