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February 21, 2017

A Guide to Productivity for Yellows

If it were up to a Yellow, their days would be filled with fun. Unfortunately for them, life requires a lot of work, which isn’t always a hoot. Although Yellows have absolutely fantastic strengths, they also have limitations to work on. Some of their limitations that may prevent them from successfully fulfilling the work required by life include their lack of commitment, their disorganization and their undisciplined nature. If you’re a Yellow who struggles with any of the above, have no fear! This article will give you tips to manage your time and combat these limitations. Yellows are uncommitted: Yellows woul

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January 27, 2017

What Are Your Colors & Signature?

From the Editor: Each month we will be inviting one of our experienced Certified Independent Color Code trainers to write an article discussing why and/or how they use Color Code in their field of expertise. We hope you will find this valuable as you learn from various experts all over the country and world as they share with you how they apply the Color Code. To start this series off we’ve got Jesse Ferrell from Las Vegas, Nevada for your reading pleasure. Enjoy! Leaving Your Signature Meets The Color Code Leaving your signature is an article I wrote and published a few years ago.  The Color Code is a bri

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January 14, 2015

A Butt for Every Seat

How to Hire and Retain Great Employees We’ve all heard the term “a butt for every seat” and it has never been truer than when applied to business. With employment rates climbing and jobs becoming more plentiful, the question is “How can I be sure it’s the right butt, and if it is, how do I keep it in the seat I provide?” Right Butt/Right Seat Finding the right person for the job is half the battle. There’s no doubt that certain jobs are best suited to certain personalities. According to Susan M. Heathfield, Human Resources Expert, you should “Select the right people in the first place through behavior-based testing and comp

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September 9, 2014

The Power of Simplicity

Recently, I was on a phone call with a Color Code client. He is the training director for a large corporation that currently has over 200,000 employees. He told the story about being in a meeting with high-level employees from a company his employer was acquiring, when one of the HR people asked him “Why Color Code?” He thought about it for a minute, and then he asked her what her results were on Myers-Briggs. Even though it was the personality assessment she currently used, all she could say was, “I don’t remember, but I think it starts with an I. He responded, “That’s why we use Color Code.” One of the most powerfu

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