Blue Personalities – Traditionally Called Sanguine


Let’s continue with the colours training.  You will draw  real value once you get to compare the 4 main colours, once you have the full picture.

As a rule you can recognise the basic, the dominant colour of a person best when you get to meet them first, as with growing acquaintance people get more comfortable and show more sides of themselves and consequently the prevailing colour doesn’t show up that clearly anymore.

What are the strengths of blue personalities:

They are convincing and enthusiastic, natural promoters, their energy level is high and they are very creative.

The motto of blue personalities is: FUN, FUN, FUN, …

Professionally they are in sales and entertainment and they  can be public speakers. Network marketing is a good choice for them as they work in a team and there will be others who complement them. As a rule they have a powerful and loud way to express themselves and their appearance will be stylish, colourful – even flamboyant. Whatever they do it is all about fun and excitement.

What do you need to watch when dealing with a blue personality:

No facts and figures, no details, nothing that is not FUN.

Don’t ever go into detail with them. They hate facts and figures and figure things out as they go along. Being alone is “unfun” for them and they always need fun and excitement. So tell them what fun they can expect  when they start working in the team with you, …

Bonding with them will always be action in a way. They need to see the fun and then the world is ok. It is good to have “blues” in the team – they will move forward and be dynamic but will leave the details and the fussy work to those who like it, like the yellows or the greens.

Although yellows and blues are open, you will realise quickly that the yellow personalities are indirect in their expression, whereas blues are very direct.

To Your Success

Frieke Karlovits

A Mentor With A Servant’s Heart

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  1. Reply

    I am really enjoying your series on the colors. Once the info is learned it is really FUN to see what colors your family and friends are. OK, I am BLUE, guess the word FUN gave it away 😀 Keep it coming Frieke.

    • FriekeKarlovits


      Yea – it is fun … yes – stay tuned and check the categories – a bit more there from earlier on :)

  2. Reply

    This is a awesome blog and a awesome post here. i am honored to be on here reading the value that you are given. thanks a million for sharing.

    • FriekeKarlovits


      Nice Kareem to see you here checking my site out. Let’s get talking some time and share ideas and views :)

    • FriekeKarlovits


      I totally agree Oliver, yet a handicap one is aware of can be dealt with a lot easier – so even for gain ing focus the colours knowledge will be a benefit.


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    Hi Frieke!

    Thanks for inviting me to your Blog…it\’s so nice meeting you. :)

    Blue is my favorite color & I pretty much fit the profile to a T. If we are NOT having fun, then what\’s the point?

    Have a highly inspired day…your tribal friend Steven Suchar

    • FriekeKarlovits


      ..:) nice, Steven – I like being around blues – helps me finding that colour in me.

      Euope has finished today so let’s go for the next!


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    Hello Frieke
    Thought I might drop in and say hello. I love all this stuff. And you are so right about colors. In adult education these things are essential to creating a group of learners that “feed” form each other. In those terms it’s called the 6 Thinking Caps (color coded of course) and you recognize the different personalities by “the color of the thinking cap” they are wearing” when you first encounter them as students. I’m guessing that in marketing and creating a team it would be no different.

    Great food for thought Frieke thak you.

    • FriekeKarlovits


      Indeed Dennis – the colours in a way are connected to the thought patterns only it shows up in various other ways too which makes it a lot more easy to recognise. Personal development in a mastermind environment is designed to also develop the faculty to “chameleon” into the other colours at ease and this of course makes communication very smooth as a result. We have been giving a lot of mentoring over many years and the results are awesome. What fascinates many is the fact that we give this mentoring away at no cost. That way no co-dependences are created and people can focus on their empowerment :)

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    Until I came across this information I thought I had Attention Deficit Disorder – what a relief to discover I was just Blue.

    I still don\’t need all the details and will ask when I am ready for them

    Great information Frieke.

    • FriekeKarlovits


      Hehe – great, Jennifer – isn’t it great to discover “who” we are?
      Thanks for writing in!


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    Hi Frieke

    I agree that it is easier to assess someone’s colour at the first meeting. I find it hard to be sure of the colour of people I have known a long time.

    Blues are wonderful in network marketing once they get focused.

    Charlie Holles

    • FriekeKarlovits


      Indeed so – they are natural communicators, but I feel every colour has its qualities and once you know where you are it seems easy to focus on the strengths.

      Thanks for being in touch

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    Hi Frieke,

    This is very interesting! I read another post on my friend Soren Egstrup’s blog about this and it totally amazed me.

    Great post!


    • FriekeKarlovits


      Indeed so Ilka :) dthere is more on colorus int he colours category on my page. I am gald you kie it! thank you.

  8. Carol Foster


    “Don’t ever go into detail with them. They hate facts and figures and figure things out as they go along. Being alone is “unfun” for them and they always need fun and excitement. So tell them what fun they can expect when they start working in the team with you”

    I think this really defines me. I really hate too much details and I motivated if there’s fun involved in it.

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