Personality Number ~ First Impressions

According to the principles of numerology, your personality number reveals what others remember about you after your first encounter. Knowing your personality number can help you to make a great first impression.

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Determine Personality Number

Your personality number is determined by using your name and the following numerology chart. You will look up the corresponding number to every consonant in your full birth name, first middle last. You will then add up the numbers in each part of your name to arrive at your Personality Number. If you arrive at a double digit number, add the digits of the number together until you arrive at a single number.

A Quick Note About Y: The letter Y is considered a consonant when it is silent, like in Whitney or Winfrey.

Numerology Table, Letters and Their Numbers


Personality Number Example

Personality Number = CONSONANTS(First + Middle + Last)


Personality Number = 8 + 1 + 5 = 14 = 1 + 4 = 5

Meaning of Personality Number*

Personality Number 1
Dominant, forceful, creative, confident, self-reliant, courageous, professional, prefers unique and memorable styles

Personality Number 2
Reserved, shy, neat, cooperative, peaceful, diplomatic, modest, artistic, charming, good listener, prefers classic styles

Personality Number 3
Fun, magnetic, friendly, animated, great talker, entertaining, charming, attractive, optimistic, enthusiastic, looks good in anything

Personality Number 4
Trustworthy, rule follower, sensible, conservative, frugal, hard working, industrious, reliable, responsible, practical and economical fashion sense

Personality Number 5
Attractive, witty, freedom, outgoing, exuberant, youthful, progressive, networker, likes movement, prefers trendy styles

Personality Number 6
Gracious, perfectionist, idealist, protective, reliable, problem solver, counselor, artistic, teacher, prefers eye pleasing colors

Personality Number 7
Mystery, secrecy, perceptive, observant, intelligent, dignified, introspective, introverted, mystical, unusual and eccentric tastes in fashion

Personality Number 8
Influential, powerful, ambitious, strong, authoritative, controlling, organized, visionary, confident, dresses for success

Personality Number 9
Generous, compassionate, philosophical, warm, emotional, intuitive, vibrant, wise, sympathetic, dresses with a flair for the dramatic

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7 thoughts on “Personality Number ~ First Impressions

    1. Thanks Mark! I have been trying new things, and it has cut into the number of posts I’ve published. I hope to get back to a schedule next week. 🙂

  1. I came out as a 9 if I did it right. Years ago when I used the method in War and Peace to get my number it came out to 666. Interestingly enough, when I was on the Planning & Zoning board of our Village years ago, a woman who thought she had all the votes of the board lined up in her favor called me the Antichrist when I argued against her development based on the new master plan. I was persuasive enough to turn all the votes against her. She was not happy.

    1. Thanks for playing along, your 666 actually reduces to 9 as well. 6+6+6=18=1+8=9 🙂 How are you supposed to have fun on a planning and zoning committee unless you stir stuff up? 😉 It must have been hard not to laugh at her outburst. 🙂

      1. She was a bit scary actually. She called me all number of expletives I had not known before that night. A number of years ago, about 30 years after that incident, we were at a friend’s graduation party. That woman sat down right next to me. Laurie kept nudging me and whispering “isn’t that her? The woman that called you you know what?” I said yes, but fortunately she doesn’t recgonize me. If she would have asked, I would have said no. And I certainly wasn’t going to say “Hi remember me The Antichrist?” As they old saying goes “it’s better to let a sleeping dog lie” and lie about it if the dog starts to wake up.

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