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June 30, 2014

Test Yourself—The Colors of Independence

To celebrate July—the month of Independence Day, we thought it would be fun to see what some of the more famous signers of the Declaration of Independence were like. Following are a few brief sentences that tell us some of the more common traits of their personalities. John Adams Adams was known to be impetuous, intense and often vehement. Adams was, at his core, an author, communicator and defender often arguing unpopular opinions merely to see if he could bend his mind to the task in such a way as to unnerve his opponents and ultimately win the day. Thomas Jefferson Known as the “Silent Member



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October 11, 2013

The Pet Code?

The Color Code works great on people. What about pets? Do they have personalities too? Fascinating question. Every animal lover knows that yes, animals do have very distinct personalities. I remember my old dog Xander. He was definitely a Yellow. He was all about fun. Very extroverted. Xander had to be in the middle of the action ALL the time. He HAD to meet everybody. Everyone HAD to pet him. After that, it was play time! If you didn’t play and run with him, he’d grab something of yours and take off with it to make you chase him! Fun. Fun. Fun. My mother-in-law’s dog was completely different. She got a new puppy: Aunt Bee. You wo



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April 1, 2013

Spring has Sprung!

Spring is nature's way of saying, "Let's party!" --Robin Williams Those of you who have read my previous “confessions” know that I am a Red. What I haven’t mentioned, to the best of my recollection, is that my secondary color is a strong  Yellow. I find my Yellow creeping out at odd moments. Once, I convinced a coworker to ditch work for a couple of hours to go see a movie we were both excited to see. She, being a Yellow purist, didn’t take much convincing. We jumped in our cars, saw the movie, and headed back, ready to work. My Red kicked back in and I put in extra hours to make up for my lapse into Yellowdom



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March 13, 2013

A Leprechaun Tale

Once upon a time, there was a Leprechaun named Freddy. Freddy was the supervisor for the leprechaun department of shoe making. He was in a dither because they had a quota to make…2000 pair of new dancin' shoes by March 15th, two days before the St. Patrick’s Day celebration. It was the morning of March 1st. He quickly did some ciphering and concluded that in order to make the quota, his team of 4 would have to make over 30 pair of shoes each. He didn’t include himself in the calculations, because he, of course, was the boss. His talents were best used telling the others what to do. He called in his most reliable worker, Brady, and in



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