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September 19, 2017

Celebrating 10 Thousand Facebook Fans!

Here at Color Code we’ve loved how Facebook has allowed us to spread our message in fun ways as well as allowed us to get to know many of our fans that we otherwise might never have interacted with--and now we want to celebrate with you! It has been so wonderful to read your stories and comments, create fun and/or informative posts to share with you, and get your messages and questions from time to time. And, now this week we are about to hit a significant social media milestone:   10 Thousand Facebook Fans!   We realize that 10 thousand fans isn’t that huge of a number compared to many companies’ s

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August 15, 2017

Ask the Expert: Be Yourself First…Then Adapt

A few weeks ago, a student of the Color Code asked me a great question. She said, "I'm loving learning about how to adapt to work more effectively with each of the four Color Code styles, but I'm finding it difficult constantly trying to act like a Red for one co-worker and then switch into Yellow mode for somebody else. Does it get easier to present as each of the colors over time???" While I applauded her commitment to applying what she'd been learning, I could tell she was seriously stressed over the idea of having to know everybody's Color Code all the time and constantly trying to switch her style conversation by conversation. As t

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Ask the Expert: Be Yourself First…Then Adapt
August 8, 2017

How a Yellow Should Treat a Blue

Yellows and Blues are so opposite, it’s kind of comical. Yellows are carefree while Blues are professional worriers. Yellows are uncommitted and Blues are very committed. Yellows are self-centered and Blues are compassionate. These two colors are quite the opposite pair! For you Yellows out there who are married to or good friends with a Blue, it’s probably hard for you to understand them sometimes. If you don’t quite always know how to handle them, here are a few things you can do to treat your Blue loved ones right and help them stay sane. 1. Help them see their worries in perspective Worrying is tough for poor Blues, even thoug

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How a Yellow Should Treat a Blue
August 1, 2017

Helping Reds Not Regret Their Words

On our recent Facebook post where we asked Reds what the hardest part about being a Red is, we noticed multiple comments from Reds saying the hardest part about being a Red is zipping their lips. In other words, several commenters talked about how it is hard to keep their mouths shut. Since several of our Facebook users mentioned this challenge, we thought we’d offer a few suggestions that may help you refrain from speaking too hastily. 1. Think About Other People’s Feelings First O

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Helping Reds Not Regret Their Words