Calculating Your Personality Number

 Calculating Your Personality Number

The numeric values of the consonants in your name, when added and reduced, disclose your Personality Number. In the following steps, I show you how to calculate this important number.



 1.On the top row of the chart, write your name as it appears on your birth certificate. 
 2. On the bottom row, place the numeric values of the consonants below each occurrence.
 3. Add the numbers and reduce to a single digit. The single-digit sum is your Personality Number.
 4. Write your Personality Number on the package.

To show you how this process is done, here’s an example using former president Dwight David Eisenhower. First, I wrote his full name in the chart.

I then wrote the numeric values corresponding to the consonants below them. 


Finally, I added the numeric values of the consonants and reduced to a single digit. 

4 + 5 + 7 + 8 + 2 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 1 + 5 + 8 + 5 + 9 = 66 

6 + 6 = 12 

1 + 2 = 3

 As you can see, Eisenhower had a Personality Number of 3.

Now I’m going to show you a shortcut to calculating your Personality Number that’s not only easy but will save you time. The Destiny Number is the single-digit value you get from adding and reducing the letters in your name. Because the Soul Number comes from adding the vowels while the Personality Number comes from adding the consonants, the Soul Number and Personality Number add together to the same digit as the Destiny Number. In a nutshell, that means if you know your Destiny Number and your Soul Number, you can skip the step of adding up the numeric value of the consonants. Why? Ask yourself a simple question: What number, when added to your Soul Number, results in the same number as your Destiny Number? Without having to add up your consonants, the missing number is your Personality Number. So to get your Personality Number, you can use the following formula:

Soul Number + Personality Number = Destiny Number

But what if you only know one of the values for the formula? Let’s see what this shortcut looks like using the Soul Number and the Destiny Number from examples in previous chapters. In Chapter 4, I calculated Eisenhower’s Soul Number, which was 4. The following is his chart filled out with his name and numbers for the vowels, along with the calculation I did to get the Soul Number.

To get his Destiny Number to help figure out his Personality Number, I wrote his full name on another chart and put the numeric values below every letter. I then added and reduced the numbers, which gave me 7 for his Destiny Number. 
Next, I plugged Eisenhower’s Soul Number and Destiny Number into the formula. I then figured out what number, when added to Soul Number 4, gave me a Destiny Number of 7. This told me Eisenhower’s Personality Number was 3.




The number 7 is the number of analysis, the number 4 indicates loyalty and hard work, and the number 3 indicates communication. President Eisenhower had a Soul Number of 4, a Destiny Number of 7, and a Personality Number of 3. He certainly was loyal and hardworking, analyzed military moves and kept them a secret until his plans were executed, and was able to express himself to his staff as well as the world. You might try calculating the numbers for some other prominent leaders to see how their numbers compare.