To work effectively with others, first, you need to know how you approach life. I am going to take you on a colorful journey that will better describe ‚Äúhue‚Äù you are and how you live your life. Many things can be learned through the colors your eyes go to without thinking.
Colors can represent personalities
Have some fun with this‚Äîtry the Primary Color Test yourself using the colors of yellow, blue, and red. Then test your family or friends. You might be surprised to learn that the daughter you seem to butt heads with shares your personality type. The son you get so frustrated with because he asks so many questions before he will do anything is a yellow. He simply needs to know the facts, because that is how he processes life.
Take the Primary Color test
For this color test, discard your personal color knowledge and preferences. Don‚Äôt allow them to steer you off track. Let your brain rest and allow your eyes to do the work. This is not about what you love to wear or decorate with. This is what your eyes go to without thinking to depict your personality. Look at the three colors below. Which color did you see first?
The primary colors Yellow, Blue, and Red. Which color did you see first?
The primary colors of yellow, blue, and red are your basic ‚ÄúMotivators‚Äù and indicate in the broadest sense, who you are.
If you prefer yellow first without thinking, you are realistic, diplomatic and giving. Your power is wisdom to know what is needed. You love facts! Your motivation is personal growth. Finding common ground is the game you play best. You calm troubled situations and bridge differences. Your awareness of others‚Äô perspectives allows you to express contrary, unpopular feelings without offending anyone. By keeping people listening, you allow solutions and possibilities to unfold. You accept people for who they are.
If you prefer blue first without thinking, you are a planner, initiator and visionary. Your power is the ability to visualize the future. You are a dreamer and a visionary‚Äîwistful, imaginative and eccentric. You‚Äôre preoccupied with the future. Your dreams give you the mental discipline to concentrate and stay on track. You need to justify your life by making a positive impact on the world, even on those you don‚Äôt know. Thinking about the future energizes you.
If you prefer red first without thinking, you are practical, resourceful and direct. Your power is the use of experience to improve things. Your motivation is to better control your world. You know exactly what you want. Money, power and status give you a sense of security but ultimately you use them as a means of expression. You‚Äôre not one to hoard your wealth. On the contrary, you would give the shirt off your back for those you‚Äôre concerned about. You are ambitious, driven, confident and outgoing.
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Dewey Color System(tm) appeals to those never bothering with an evaluation to those who have tried them all. — New Age Retailer, February, 2002
Dewey Color System¬ô appeals to those never bothering with an evaluation to those who have tried them all — New Age Retailer, February, 2002
Dewey Sadka illuminates your personality and relationships to inspire positive change. — Dr. Betty Siegal, President, Kennesaw State University
It is amazing what your favorite color say about you…The Dewey Color System(tm) is right on target. — Jezebel Magazine, January, 2002
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Sadka’s findings impact your life, from how you shop to how you interact with your family, friends, etc. — Mississippi Magazine, December, 2001
The Dewey Color System let¬ís us mix and match colors the way nature intended. Color harmonies can now be understood. — Color Marketing Group, Jay de Sibor, President