Unexplained Behaviors Explained? (12)

Unexplained Behaviors Explained? (12)

By Dr. Michael Brooks

We will continue this week’s article on the whites in the colorcode, the peacemakers in your life.

My one friend, who is a white, doesn’t show much emotion; he holds his feelings in and guarded. You really never know what he is thinking. He doesn’t trust very many people. My wife is a white, and I will ask her what she is feeling, as whites are very quiet and keep to themselves. I’ve learned over the years that it’s best to let them speak when they are ready and she is fine with that, and since my secondary color is white, I totally get that!

I think out of all the colors in the colorcode; whites are the kindest people, they love people, animals, and good memories. They see no value in seeing people mistreated. If they see that happening and you are unkind to a white, you will probably lose them as a friend. They will not respect the person who is being unkind. One of Dr. Hartman’s examples in his book is about the four colors and how they respond to Dr. Hartman calling out someone talking in his seminar; of course, this is done for the audience to see how reds, blues, yellows, and whites react. Which one are you? Let’s see how you would respond. When speaking to large audiences, Dr. Hartman is speaking about the whites when he suddenly challenges a participant to stop talking and pay attention. Of course, there is no one talking, but he loves to use it as an example of how each of the personalities reacts. The reds are thinking, “what do you care about who is talking? You’ve got the microphone; simply get on with your speech!” The blues are thinking, “Who was talking? That is terribly inappropriate. I wonder who it was.” The yellows are thinking, “I was talking, and he didn’t catch me!” But the whites are thinking, “I don’t like Dr. Hartman calling someone out like that in public. That was rude and unnecessary!” Remember, whites are kind people, and they place no value in seeing people mistreated. Which one were you, were you the red, blue, yellow or white?

Why is it that many people consider whites to be lazy? Getting up my white personality daughter in the morning is no easy task. She was in no hurry whatsoever. She handles life as it comes to her, on her terms. I’ve told her that she needs to accomplish her goals and not wait for them to come to her. I promise you she is in no way lazy.

Have you figured out if you know anyone that has this personality? Next week we will continue on the color white.

Dr. Mike has Zoom classes on The Colorcode Thursdays. If you’re interested in attending this class, it’s on Thursday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM. You’ll need to send him your email address to get a link for the Zoom class. You can sit in and listen or be a participant. These classes are free.

I have used the colorcode when dealing with my clients and their needs. If you want a better marriage, the colorcode will open doors to better communication. If you are having issues at work with a co-worker or boss/management, the colorcode will open doors of understanding. If you hire or lay people off, the colorcode will give you the necessary tools for a better work environment, and better employee hires for the company.

Other Zoom classes coming up: How to Set Boundaries for yourself, your kids, and marriage. There will be a class on the 5-Love Languages, how to have better relationships with your spouse, family, and friends. If you are interested in any of these classes or have questions, send an email to mike@applicablecoaching.com or call 303.880.9878.

The Colorcode designed by Taylor Hartman is Unlike other personality tests, The Color Code not only identifies what you do but why you do it, allowing you to gain much deeper and more useful insights into what makes you and those around you tick. Each of the four colors: Red, Blue, Yellow, and White, stands for a collection of traits, strengths, and limitations. You can have one dominant color with traces of the three other colors in your colorcode personality. If you would like to take the free colorcode test and see what your primary color is, you can do so by going to colorcode.com click on the free test, once you take it, read what color your primary color is. The book is “The People Code” by Taylor Hartman, a great read and really gets into how the colors interact with each other. I highly recommend that you get this book.

Dr. Mike is a certified colorcode trainer and can help with people’s personality issues at home or in the office. Give him a call, and he can go into greater detail on how to use the colorcode in your home or the workplace. Call him at 303.880.9878

Do you feel a bit confused living or working with someone who is a white after reading today’s article and want to learn more about what motivates them? Do you need help in building up the intimacy in your relationship through the colorcode? Do you want to know more about the colorcode and how to incorporate it in your marriage or business? Do you want help in managing and understanding your color in colorcode? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to contact Dr. Mike and set up an appointment. Please call Dr. Mike at 303.880.9878.

Dr. Michael Brooks is the founder of Applicable Counseling and life coaching Services. It is affordable, accessible, anonymous, and available by appointment from the privacy of your home. To avoid travel time and the comfort of home, many clients prefer to meet with Dr. Mike over the phone or via Zoom (if you want to have a Zoom meeting with Dr. Mike, send him an email at mike@applicablecoaching.com to set up an appointment). The convenience of this type of Counseling/Coaching is the most effective means of Life Coaching for those who live outside of Colorado. Give Dr. Mike a call! You’ll be glad you did!

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