Diner Food Personality Profiling by Ohio Astrology

If you are raised in the West, you are taught to view the ancient knowledge of astrology as a mere superstition. Ironically, ancient astrological knowledge is re-packaged into modern personality profiling (i.e. Myers Briggs and True Colors) and sold to corporate executives for lots of money.

Of course, I’m against this. Why should businesses spend thousands of dollars on knowledge that has been around for eons? That money can be spent more effectively on product development, management training and long-term goal setting.

I know, I know, personality profiling creates jobs. I, too, want job creation, but not the prostitution of ancient knowledge for the betterment of a precious few management consultants.

Ohio Astrology would like to contribute its share during this Great Depression, I mean, Recession, and offer companies a free, downloadable personality profiling segmentation.

There are two benefits to using the Ohio Astrology Diner Food Personality Profile Segmentation:

  1. It is free
  2. It is easy to understand

Think of all the food that exists in the workplace (a relief of boredom, I believe). Food and corporate life go together like peanut butter and jelly. Your employees will embrace this segmentation much more than they will something with an obscure name like “Myers Briggs” and pretty soon they will all get along, which is the goal, right?

The Ohio Astrology Diner Food Personality Profile

The assessment is simple. Pick your soup and pick your entree.

Activity 1: Make all of the food listed, have employees take the test, then have employees eat together.

Activity 2: Have employees take the profile then make the food for future potluck.


A) Vegetable

B) Bean soup

C) Soup of the day (you don’t know what it is)


1) Meatloaf, mashed potatoes and vegetable

2) BBQ chicken or ribs and two sides (your choice)

3) Fish of the day, rice and steamed vegetable

4) Blue plate special (you don’t know what it is)


A1 – You are definitely a picky eater. When in doubt, go to a place of solace and let go of your complaints. Best profession is dietician.

A2 – You are optimistic and like to travel. When in doubt, bring your choices in line with your beliefs. Best profession is teacher.

A3 – You are the most sensitive of the diner food choices. When in doubt, seek advice. Best profession is sailor.

A4 – You are unknown to yourself and others. When in doubt, meditate. Best professional is writer.

B1 – You are the true salt of the earth. When in doubt, build something. Best profession is carpenter.

B2 – You must always be the center of attention. When in doubt, move onto something new. Best profession is actor.

B3 – You are emotionally intense, but hide it. When it doubt, learn to let go. Best profession is detective.

B4 – You are the rebel of the group. When in doubt, think about your ideals and long-term goals. Best profession is director of a community organization.

C1 – You are bossy and impatient. When in doubt, have a beer and relax. Best profession is lawyer.

C2 – You are head strong and impulsive. When in doubt, make a list of pros and cons. Best profession is emergency medical squad.

C3 – You are a nurturing soul. When in doubt, seek the advice of a family member. Best profession is office manager.

C4 – You are the greatest diner food risk takers. When in doubt, leap. Best profession is dancer.


About ohioastrology

I'm just another soul trying to make sense of the world. As I've grown, so has my understanding of astrology. I'd like to communicate that astrology is not occult and not fortune-telling but that it is a fluid, creative description of the life we choose to live.
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