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Part of the Dewey Color System Embrace Hue You Are:


by: Margi Kyle


I am going to take you on a Colorful journey that will better describe Hue you are and how you live your life, through the colors your eyes go to without thinking. To work effectively with others, first you need to know how you attack life.


Today in Business, you need to know more than your clients do, to be able to capture their attention and give them an experience. You can’t change someone else, but you can change how you approach them. Once I learned the power of color and Hue You Are, it changed my life. I have learned that I can be very direct in my approach while working with my clients, In my mind I see the room done and think it is. I don’t ask the questions they need answered or al- low them to dream.


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I am a red, let’s just get it done. I have turned a lot of clients away, because they simply need more information and want their dreams to be heard. Experience and the Dewey Color Sys- tem has taught me differently.


Today, I walk into a home with a much different approach. The first thing I do is color test my clients, so that I can adjust my personality. If they are a red personality (as am I), I back off and let them shine. If their eye goes to yellow, I know I need to get them facts first, blues love to dream, so I have learned to listen to their dreams. This knowledge has allowed me to work far better with my clients and not to tick them off like I used to- without even understanding why they were frustrated with me.


Have some fun with this and first color test yourself, then your family.


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