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Personality Colors

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Nancy McGee

on 14 August 2014

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Transcript of Personality Colors

Orange
Love change
Gray - no absolutes
Risk takers
Partiers & Jokesters
Procrastinators
Good instincts about people
Quick thinkers
Creative
Multi-taskers
Great ideas, but not good at follow-through
Usually make excellent leaders

Gold
Overachiever
People pleasers
Punctual
Do the right thing
Dependable
Very black and white
Traditional
Family oriented (controlling)
Family is a reflection of themselves
Take jobs very seriously
Blue
Major food focus
Harmonious
Love people
Like to make people happy
Dislike conflict
Peacemakers
Helping others is their main focus
Don't say no
90% of blue people are females
Green
Don't show emotions
Love research
Don't think ahead
Knowledge makes them complete
Inventors and thinkers of the world
Everything is about learning - they have a wild and varied knowledge
Loners
Must have space
Don't like chit-chat
Per
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Dreamers
Doers
Huggers
Thinkers
What are the colors of the people in your life? How can you better communicate with them now that you understand basic personality types?
Orange Dos
Use sound bites
Focus on the big picture
Understand their need to multitask
Appreciate their flair and spontaneity
Allow options and flexibility
Give them their charge and turn them loose
Lighten up - have fun
Keep the pace moving
Be active
Orange Don'ts
Micro-manage
Focus on too much detail
Expect lists
Be rigid
Act like the authority
Impose many rules
Make them wait
Gold Dos
Have agendas and lists
Go through progression and steps
Have rules
Be clear
Details!
Stay on target and be sequential
Provide written summaries
Have clearly defined roles
Gold Don'ts
Get out of order
Be spontaneous
Be ambiguous
Waste time, materials or words
Interrupt
Multitask
Disrespect the "proper" behavior of family or tradition
Disobey rules

Blue Dos
Be friendly
Chit chat, ask about friends and family - take an interest in their life
Talk in terms of feelings or emotions
Give positive kudos often
Put them in charge or food and social events
Give clear, but friendly directions
Allow them social time and creativity
Blue Don'ts
Be insincere
Be deceptive or hypocritical
Jump straight into business talk
Dismiss their feelings
Bark orders
Threaten
Ignore or fail to acknowledge them
Green Dos
Be logical
Be direct
Give them time to surface
Give advanced notice of meeting or agenda items
Allow process time
Skip the small talk
Give big picture, then details
Have complete information
Expect questions
Praise their intelligence
Green Don'ts
Expect too much humor
Create hoopla
Focus on emotion
Avoid small talk
Drop in without warning
Be incomplete
Be redundant
Be unfair or unjust
Expect much social interaction
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