Hello and Happy End of March!

I think March has FELT LONGER than January did! Do you? I did have a wonderful event in March – my husband Kevin & I celebrated our 16th wedding anniversary. And, if you will indulge me for a moment, I would like to tell you a little about him – because in doing so, you might have an insight about yourself or your own special loved one. Or a key colleague.

I married a peacemaker. Have you ever been told you are? Do you know anyone like that? In the Color Code Personality Profile, a peacemaker is a White (there are 4 colors… – have we talked on this yet??? We must!)

A white personality:

  • Provides incredible clarity in a chaotic situation (anyone have some chaos lately???)
  • Provides incredible balance – they truly seek life balance
  • Are typically agreeable, accepting and moderate in their personality
  • Avoid conflict
  • And…are perfectly content most of the time!

Know this: whites are not boring. They may seem uninvolved  – but it is because there is not much that gets their feathers ruffled. (Caveat from my personal life: UT Football. I’ll just leave it there. God bless Kevin and their fans…)

A Typical Scenario with a White – Where to Eat!

Here is a typical scenario in our two-person household. *Kevin is almost all white on the profile, so this may vary depending on a secondary color

Kelly (a Red)  – “Where do you want to go eat?”

Kevin (a White) – “It doesn’t matter. Whatever you want.” *He doesn’t care. He really doesn’t care!!

Kelly (a Red who likes deciding and leading) –  “Ok – we’ll go to…”and makes the choice.

Kevin (a White who is quite content)  – “Ok, that’s fine.”*He is fine with that. Really! He doesn’t need to analyze it! He doesn’t need to find a coupon or anything! He is just fine with it!

A white may appear passive and sometimes boring, but I guarantee you they are not. They are just perfectly content by themselves. They are not typically begging for interaction and that can be mind-boggling for those who need constant interaction.

Today is just part of the Chapter. Not the Whole Story. We Will Get to Turn the Page

Speaking of which – if you need interaction, March 2020 may have been a doozy for you! It’s been a tough month for our world! Many of us are now at home working or seeking work and I will not attempt to tell you how to work from home, tech hacks, etc. If you want my help – I have put together a document on that. But – no, my focus is something else for the last part of this message:

March is not our only Chapter. It’s just part of the Story.

Because I want that to be something that you take away in if you have read this far. We are just experiencing a chapter right now in our life story. And soon, we will be able to turn the page. Until then, keep heart. Work on your goals as best as you can. And give yourself A LOT of Grace. A white would give you grace.

Be like a White. Peace Within will Reflect Out.

” it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. it means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart”

During times like this, knowing my Driving Core Motive has become even more valuable. It gives me insights on how I handle a major change in my schedule and routine (like the last few weeks!) and my natural approach to stress. Know your Driving Core Motive? If you don’t, let’s not let finances prevent you from doing that in April okay? I’ve got a package that makes me No $ but offers you the opportunity to really learn more about yourself and why you act the way you do. Reply to me today for this package information.

What do you want to read about next month? Would you please share this with anyone you think may benefit?  And remember, reply to me today about your driving core motive. It will make a difference in how you approach the coming weeks. I’m here to serve you.

We are better together. Sincerely, Kelly