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You might be surprised to learn, the daughter you seem to butt heads with, is the same personality as you. Decide which battles to fight and when to let her win.


The son you get so frustrated with, because he asks so many questions before he will do anything, is a yellow. He simply needs to know the facts, because that is how he processes life. The client that is in the clouds dream- ing all the time is most likely a blue. Let them dream and then you will be able to create a far better plan that works for them, not for you. You don’t live or work there, you are only there to help them accomplish their goals.


So, for this color test, discard your personal color preferences and the historical uses of a color. Don’t allow personal thoughts or color myths to steer you off-track (Even though they’re fun and entertaining). Let your eyes do the work and rest your brain. This is not about what you love to wear or decorate with, this is what your eyes goes to without think- ing, to depict your personality. In a Clinical Comparison with Amer- ica’s leading Personality Evaluation Systems: The Myers Briggs, The 16PF and The Strong Inventory, the follow- ing results were indicated:


• 2 out of 3 participants believed that The Dewey Color System gave them a stronger awareness of themselves.


• 3 out of 4 participants believe that The Dewey Color System better de- scribed how they live their lives.


For me, it changed my life! It made me aware of my strengths and what I overdo and my weakness and thing I don’t do but need to do to balance Hue I am. Let’s have some fun. Let’s look at the Primary colors first. These are your basic Motivators and indicate in the broadest sense who you are.


If you prefer yellow first without thinking, you are: Realistic, Diplomatic and Giving. Your power is Wisdom to know what is needed. You love facts! Your Motivation is Personal Growth. Finding common ground is the game you play best. You calm troubled situ- ations, bridge differences. Your aware- ness of others’ perspectives allows you to express contrary, unpopular feelings without offending anyone. By keeping people listening, you allow solutions


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