Why Aries women are force to be reckoned with…

7 Core Traits Of The Aries Woman…

#1: Aries women are some of the most passionate people that you’ll ever meet, but…

The Aries woman is full of life and passion. She’s always got a million different things on the go and is constantly up for trying new things. She’ll also talk your ear off for hours on end if you ask the right questions.

But sometimes her passion can wither quickly and she can find herself losing interest in people or activities that don’t present her with a challenge. Her gung-ho ambition allows her to devote all of her energy to projects that entice her and once something becomes boring, the Aries woman may become impatient. She often moves on to new projects before she completes the old ones and people who can’t match her fire may get cast aside for new playmates.

#2: Aries women have a relentless sense of optimism and belief in themselves.

The Aries traits of optimism and self-belief run deep within these women. She believes that she will be successful if she puts her mind to something – and usually she’s right. She will also defend the rights of others when she believes in the cause.

It’s this eternal optimism that keeps her moving forward but it’s also this same thing however that sometimes stops her from learning from the past. Still, it’s hard to focus on the past when you’re living in the moment and making moves towards the future. She doesn’t dwell on bygone days.

#3: Aries women are resilient and they’re anything but easy to take down.

The Aries woman is courageous, steadfast and not afraid to share her opinions or make herself visible. In the face of an obstacle they rise to the challenge and don’t allow themselves to take bulls#*t from anyone.

Because of her natural strength the Aries woman often takes on leadership roles within her pack. She may also put a lot of pressure on herself to succeed, criticising herself harshly if she doesn’t live up to her own standards.

#4: Aries women like to be in control and can get frustrated big time when things don’t go according to plan.

The independent traits of the Aries woman make her quite the competent leader but when things don’t go according to plan, especially because somebody else screwed up, she can get pretty damn frustrated.

This can also make her a bit inflexible when it comes to embracing differing opinions. She may have trouble compromising on things that she believes she knows best about. Just sometimes she could do with being a bit more open-minded when it comes to hearing out alternative approaches and solutions.

#5: Aries women have a strong sense of belief in their own abilities.

An Aries woman is confident in her own abilities and knows the value that she brings to the table. She is also confident that the important people in her life will stick by her side which helps her get away with having such a strong and assertive personality.

Her inner self belief combined with her desire to make it to the top often sees her striving to the very highest levels of success which can result her doing extremely well in life particularly financially and career-wise.

#6: Aries women are some of the most fun people you will ever meet, period.

Aries ladies can be so damn fun to hang out with that you’ll find yourself totally letting your guard down and forgetting about everything else that’s going on in the world.

Her impulsive nature is contagious and people often find themselves doing all sorts of things they wouldn’t normally do when hanging with an Aries woman.

#7: But if you piss off an Aries woman you’ll open the flood gates to hell.

Lets get this straight – the Aries women can be some of the kindest or the meanest people you’ve ever met… it all just depends on how you treat them.

Do the right thing by them and they will always fight your corner but screw them over and they will unleash a furious wrath. They can be quite revengeful when provoked!

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My Personality Color is BLUE

What do these Colors mean anyway?

“A prospective client recently asked me if I could better explain what these four Colors are so that she could better understand how the Color Code Science strategy works and how to apply it to her life.  She said, “I just hear about “Red,” “Blue,” “White,” and “Yellow”  with a few behavioral qualities that describe what each Color is like. She also wanted to know what the Colors themselves mean.

  • There is no Color that is better or worse than any other Color. (Period).
  • Each Color brings wonderful strengths to the table and can be encumbered by terrible limitations.
  • There is no “right” or “wrong” Color combination between people in a relationship.

In other words, any Color can work with any other Color in a professional setting, and any Color can be in a meaningful personal relationship with any other Color.

Every relationship combination under the sun requires work. Every relationship combination has the potential to be wildly successful or absolutely devastating. The key is, understanding what makes people tick—what motivates them to do what they do, now you can understand what to expect or not to expect, how to communicate, how to inspire, how to express love, how to grow, etc.

So what do the Colors “Red,” “Blue,” “White,” and “Yellow” mean, anyway? It is important to realize that the Colors in and of themselves don’t mean anything at all. Just because I’m a Blue, for example, doesn’t mean that I like the color Blue, or look good in the color BLUE, etc.

The Colors are just a simple metaphor to communicate a more complex meaning.

The key bit of information here – is to remember what MOTIVATES each of the Colors. In other words, what is the driving force behind the way that they think, behave, and feel.

We call this the “Driving Core Motive” or “DCM” for short. Here is a list of the DCMs by Color Code:

Reds are motivated by Power

Blues are motivated by Intimacy

Whites are motivated by Peace

Yellows are motivated by Fun

Let’s take a moment now, to define what each of these DCMs mean, because once you understand that, this idea of “Colors” and “Motives” and what to do with this information should be a lot more meaningful to you as you evaluate the various relationships in your life and ponder on what is working well and what requires improvement.

What does it mean to be motivated by Power, as a Red?

Sometimes people think about power in terms of control. While it’s true that Reds do like to be in control of their circumstances and are attracted to leadership opportunities, that’s not a very complete picture of what Power really means to Reds. To Reds, Power generally means that they desire the ability to move from “point A” to “point B”—and they want to do it in the most direct, productive and efficient way possible. Next, let’s consider what it means to be motivated by Intimacy, as a Blue.

Being motivated by Intimacy means that Blues like to connect with others on a deep and meaningful level. Just ask any Blue how they feel about people who are fake/superficial, and I guarantee you will get quite a strong reaction. They want nothing to do with those kinds of people, because Intimacy for a Blue is about truth, legitimacy, integrity, loyalty, and sincerity.  Another fun question to ask Blues is simply, “How many friends do you have?” It’s a simple enough question, but most Blues will immediately come to the conclusion that there is a real difference between friends and acquaintances, and they’ll process this on a very serious level. At the end of their contemplation, most Blues will tell you that they can count the number of their friends on one hand, because those are the people with whom they feel that real, intimate connection. Incidentally, if you ask a Yellow the same question, they will probably quote you their Facebook stats.

The next look we will take is at the Whites who are motivated by Peace. When I ask people what they think Peace means to a White; they usually come up with a definition that centers around a general lack of conflict. While it is true that most Whites are not typically big fans of conflict, their definition of Peace runs deeper than that.  To a White, Peace is all about inner harmony and balance. They don’t like to have that equilibrium disrupted. That’s why they try to change the subject if you attempt to talk about something that makes them feel insecure. They don’t want to stir things up inside. Think about how centered and consistent the Whites you know can be. They don’t get overly excited about things, and they don’t get really depressed about things either. They are consistent, even-tempered, and steady, because on the inside, they seek harmony and balance.

Last, but not least, we come to the Yellows in our discussion. Yellows are motivated by Fun.  Let’s talk about what that means, because most people misunderstand this about Yellows. Fun does not simply mean that Yellows are seeking endless frivolity and that they never take things seriously.  People incorrectly assume that Yellows don’t like structure, when in fact, they crave it. It only looks like they resist it because most Yellows don’t know how to create structure on their own.  Fun to a Yellow actually means “living in the moment.” It means that they enjoy the process of what they are doing far more than the end result. That’s why Yellows are generally so engaged and “present” when you are with them. They are focused on the here and now and nothing else. Carpe Diem or “seize the day” is a Yellow way of life.

In a work setting, Yellows simply find a way to enjoy whatever it is they are doing – no matter how mundane. They’ll focus on the camaraderie, the experiences they have, the social interaction their work provides, etc. They tend to think very optimistically, and if they can be positive and enjoy their work, they will find it easier to commit and excel in whatever it is that they are doing.

So there you have it, a brief, introductory lesson on the Colors themselves and on the DCMs that drive them.

One last little lesson I’ll leave you with is this… When you consider the four DCMs of Power, Intimacy, Peace, and Fun, please take note that none of these motives are positive… nor are they negative. Power, Intimacy, Peace, and Fun in and of themselves are all neutral. The APPLICATION of Power, Intimacy, Peace, and Fun is what makes them positive or negative. I hope this overview on the four motive styles helps you better understand the people around you. All life is about relationships. There are no areas of life that are NOT impacted by relationships, so please study these patterns. Seek to understand motives and you will be far more effective in all areas of your life.” (JD)

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