Knowing our True Colors helps give us an understanding of ourselves and motivations behind our behaviors. At the same time knowing about the other colors gives us an appreciation for strengths of other individuals. Sometimes we even admire the other colors for the benefits that color style has in their job, relationships, or life. While we want to be proud and accepting of our colors and who we are, we can also evolve and brighten our other colors.
If you want to increase or brighten some of your least dominant colors consider the suggestions below. It might feel strange at first but practice will help you expand your comfort zone and possibly give you new skills.
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Miscisin, M. (2010). Balancing your colors: Turning up the intensity. In Showing Our True Colors (Third ed., pp. 215-231). Orange, CA: True Colors International
Has your color spectrum changed over the years? How?
Describe those changes to your colleagues. Remember True Colors is a tool to understanding others and ourselves. It is a common language because we talk about it and use it to articulate our perspectives to each other. Keep it going.