Working with different people and getting to know different personalities can be testing.
A quick Google search will tell you there are hundreds, maybe thousands, of personality tests on the market.
But there is one test that the Crusaders and a large number of other rugby teams use that could help you figure out the way other people think and act.
The New Zealand-developed Dot Test is widely regarded across the country, its developer claims.
Yellow, red, blue and purple are the four dots that describe people's different communication styles.
- Purple dots are described as 'visionists' who are larger than life, talk a lot but lack great detail in their words.
- Yellow dots are seen as 'pictorialists' who are punctual and tidy.
- Red dots are 'rationalists' who are logical and no-nonsense communicators.
- Blue dots are 'sensationalists' who are very in touch with their feelings.
Stuff reported Crusaders coach Scott Robertson is a purple dot, Sam Whitelock is a red dot and Ryan Crotty is a yellow.
But the majority of the country's rugby players are blue dots, according to the test's makers.
Take the test yourself to see what dot you are described as.