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.
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