The 3 Primary Colors Of Business (Part Two)

Do You Know The 3 Primary Colors Of Business?

Everyone knows that there are 3 primary colors in the ‘color wheel’ from which all other colors are derived. Even white (total absence of color), and black (all colors combined) are reliant on the primary colors for their existence.  So too, there are 3 primary colors of business. Without all 3 primary colors of business, your business cannot possibly be producing all the other colors ( or profit centres). I’m going to explain the 3 primary colors of business and you will immediately see why your business is not doing anything close to the full volume of business that it is capable of.

3 primary colors of business

Yesterday, we spoke to the color RED and how important it was. Red is the color of ‘systems’ in your business. They are the life blood, and the sole reason why you can employ others in your business and expect to be able to increase production. Without them, your business would be relying on a group of disjointed ‘artists’ and although they maybe fantastically talented, there is no chance they can reproduce the same products over and over. There won’t be consistency or scalability.

The Brightest Of The 3 Primary Colors Of Business

YELLOW

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Today’s choice of the 3 primary colors of business is YELLOW. Yellow is the color of sunshine, bright warmth and happiness. Yellow is the color of optimism, a cheery good morning, sunflowers and daffodils. In business, yellow is the color of relationships. Relationships are like sunshine. They are absolutely essential to support life as we know it. Sure, you can argue that there are some sightless fish that live in deep underwater caves, and some anaerobic bacteria that don’t require sunshine, but do you really want your business to resemble that? Of course not.

You want your relationships to be vibrant and full of life and to always be in a state of growth. When you stop to think about relationships in your business, you begin to appreciate just how valuable they are. Your relationship with your clients or customers. Your relationship with your suppliers, your accountant, your bank. Your relationship with your partners (if you have any), your employees and your family all come into play here and affect your bottom line. And let us not forget the most important relationship of all, your relationship with yourself.

If your relationship with yourself is a good one (a yellow one), then it follows that your relationships with others will berelationships upbeat as well. That can’t help but bode well for your business and your success. In many ways, this is the most important of the 3 primary colors of business, because it transcends business and is at the very fabric of our entire life. It is almost impossible to separate the effects of one relationship on the other relationships in your life. Your relationship with your family will inevitably show up in your relationships at work or in your business. That’s reality.

What your business requires from you in order for it to be a rip roaring success is for you to bring good positive yellow energy to your relationships. Cultivate them and shower them with sunshine and warmth. Always stick to the positive, and be the eternal optimist who can see the best of everything and the best in everyone. It is contagious. I have a friend who is an electrician who is an absolute delight to work with or be around because his optimism is boundless. I have another farmer friend who yesterday gave me this nugget. When he asked me how it was going and I replied that I thought we had it better than most, he summed it up this way. ‘In truth, we have it better than 99.9% of the world’s population.’

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And he is right. So too does every person that is reading this post. It means you have enough time to pause in your daily tasks to read a blog post. It means you’re wealthy enough to have access to a computer and the internet, and that you are fortunate enough to be able to do that. It means that you aren’t being bombed, shot at or living in fear in one of a thousand places around this planet. In short we are in the sunshine, we are yellow. Take some of that positive energy and pour it on your relationships today and watch them grow. And let me know how it works.

Tomorrow we are going to turn blue.

Till Next Time

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16 Responses to “The 3 Primary Colors Of Business (Part Two)”

  1. Nate Leung Says:

    What a great continuation of yesterday’s post regarding systems. In addition to systems, the relationships is also a very important element when it comes to building your business. Relationships is very important. We’re in the “human” business and with that said, relationships have to be established and made. Can’t wait for the blue blog post tomorrow!
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    Thank you Nate. In business, relationships tend to get overlooked. Emphasis is more often on making the sale than on building the relationship. If you make a sale, you’ve sold one thing. If you build a relationship, you’ve sold dozens.
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  2. William Says:

    This is good mindset information on how to grow a successful business.
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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    Thanks William, mindset is key.
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  3. Eric McLaughlin Says:

    this business is all about relationships… and you have given great insight as to why it’s important… thanks!
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    You are so welcome Eric..
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  4. sherman smith Says:

    You become attractive to people if you can show them a realistic brighter side of things. When push come to shove, by having PMA will definitely create a great impact on your business. This post definitely shows this and why it’s important. Thanks for sharing Sigrid!
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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    Thank you Sherman. Having a PMA makes a world of difference to the outcomes of your business.
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  5. Linda O'Rourke Says:

    Great way to look at colours and your business had never really thought about them in that way.
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    Thank you Linda!
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  6. martin Says:

    This is a fun post Sigrid.
    It is so true that we need to bring a bright and cheery attitude into our business.

    -Martin
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    Sigrid McNab Reply:

    Glad you enjoyed it Martin. A little sunshine goes a long way.
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  7. Rachel Williamson Says:

    Hi Sigrid,

    I’ve always known about the impact of color on one’s prospects or readers, never really thought about colors of business. Thanks for an interesting post.
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    You are very welcome Rachel!
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  8. Jory Fisher Says:

    Infusing yellow rays of sunshine into our business relationships will surely yield a rich and perennial crop! Love this colorful post, Sigrid. I’ll definitely keep it in mind! :-)

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    Thanks Jory!
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