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June 13, 2017

Three Tips for Reds to Maintain Better Friendships

Our world would be a very, very different place without the Red personality. We would miss out on some really amazing leaders, phenomenal businesses and a whole lot of awesome, no-nonsense people. Reds are essential to the fabric or our society, there is no doubt about that. However, just like each of the other colors, Reds have some characteristics that turn some people off. Since Reds are so dominant and can be intense, some people can be overwhelmed by them. But we’re here to promote the camaraderie of every personality color. So today, we want to give the Reds a few tips on how to maintain friendships without too many hurt feelings

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Three Tips for Reds to Maintain Better Friendships
April 13, 2017

Raising Reds — Five Tips for Parenting Your Red Child Like a Pro!

My son is only 4 years old, but I can tell you right now he is a Red personality. Thankfully I've had the Color Code in my life since before he was born so what would have DEFINITELY upset me without having a prior knowledge of Motive now has become a matter of amusement, appreciation and guidance. That's the big gift of Color Code for parents as far as I can see it. It gives us tools to speak our kids' languages and see where they're coming from instead of wanting to kill them at times. ;) So, with that in mind, for today's post I thought I would share with you five tips that seem to do wonders in the lives of a Red child and his/her p

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Raising Reds — Five Tips for Parenting Your Red Child Like a Pro!
March 30, 2017

Recognizing the Good in Your Red Child

Parenting is exhausting as it is, and if you are the parent of a Red child, you may find yourself in over your head as you learn to handle some of their difficult limitations. As children, Reds can be poor listeners, defiant and resisting of control, critical of their parents and demanding and manipulative of their parents to get their way. Are you pulling out your hair yet? Yes, Red children have limitations that will aggravate their parents, however, they also have some fantastic strengths. If you’re raising a Red and are wanting to focus on the positive in them, take a look at these strengths Red children possess. Red children commun

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Recognizing the Good in Your Red Child
February 23, 2017

A Bucket List for Reds

Reds get things done. Period. The healthy Reds in our lives are assertive, action-oriented, motivated, determined and proactive. If there’s any personality who can successfully check things off their bucket list, it’s a Red. Which is why we are going to do the honors of providing our “Kings of the Jungle” with a bucket list that will (hopefully) dually cater to their personalities and allow them to stretch themselves. This bucket list will be broken into two categories: Five things Reds should do before they’re 30 and two things Reds need to do before they die. Although there are more things listed in the first category, these ar

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