Your Personality Number

The personality number is a single-digit number that is believed to reveal an individual's outward personality and how they present themselves to the world. It is calculated by taking the consonants in a person's name and reducing them to a single digit number.

The personality number is thought to reveal how a person presents themselves to the world, and how others perceive them. It is believed to reveal an individual's surface traits, characteristics, and behavior patterns. It's also believed to reveal what the individual wants to be known for or how they want to be perceived by others.

For example, if someone's name is "John Smith", the consonants are "J" "h" "n" "S" "m" "t" which add up to 29, then 2+9 = 11, then 1+1 = 2. Then 2 is the personality number.