If you’re a Red, Blue or White personality, have you ever been curious about what it’s like to be inside a Yellow’s skin? The cool thing about Color Code, is that while you’re always going to be the same core color, you can learn to adopt strengths from other colors. So if you’re looking to be a little more like a Yellow, follow these four tips:
- Shelf Your Worries—Yellows are carefree like children. If you’re feeling overly worried about something you shouldn’t, become more Yellow by shelving your worries and telling yourself it’ll all work out.
- Let Go of Unnecessary Responsibilities—Yes, Yellows could learn to be more responsible, but for those who place too many responsibilities on their plates, learn from the Yellow and let them go. If you don’t HAVE to bake cookies for your children after school while juggling PTA duties and supermom lessons, let it go!
- Turn Pessimistic Thoughts into Optimistic Thoughts—Yellows are optimistic, which is truly an amazing gift they have. Optimism can be hard to come by in today’s world. If you’re feeling bogged down by negative thoughts about yourself or your circumstance, think about how you can change those thoughts into positive ones and don’t allow yourself to go back into the same negative thinking.
- Start the Fun—Yellows are so good at starting the fun, others may not feel it is necessary to instigate the good times. But if you’re wanting to be more Yellow, don’t be afraid to go out of your comfort zone and start the fun. If you want to party, throw it! If you want to hang out with friends, text them with a brilliant idea.
Are you feeling more Yellow already? We know these changes may not happen overnight, but they will be worthwhile if you feel they are changes you need to make to be happier and less stressed. After all, who is happier and more stress-free than a Yellow? If you try any of these tips, let us know how it goes in the comments below!
—The Color Code Team
Shared by Deborah Bryson
Certified Color Code Trainer
3 Replies to “Four Tips for Embracing More of the Yellow Personality”
I’m not sure what color I am, but this is a very interesting article! I need to do some more research to discover what color I am. Thanks for sharing!
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