Defining a Color Point of View


FREE – My Color Point of View™ Worksheet Downloadable PDF at end of post.

Mind maps are my latest illustrative crush and it occurred to me that making a mind map would be AWESOME if one did not know where or how to begin defining their color point of view.  If you think it’s a good idea and decide to create a mind map for your color point of view, I’d love to see it and learn more about the power behind your color voice.  I made a downloadable worksheet to help get you started.  It’s proportioned to shrink down to fit an 8.5 x 11 page so you can print as many copies as you need to help you define or refine your Color Point of View.  And one last quote of encouragement to strive to differ from the crowd. . .

Ignore Consensus – when your own data and foresight is convincingly contrary to the wisdom of the crowd (like Jobs, MLK, Gandhi).  Consensus bonds us together and creates harmony, but it rarely moves us forward.  Progress sometimes has to come at the hands of an individual’s decisive disruption.

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Color Mind Mapping™ and worksheet is ©2013 to Color Strategies, LLC.  It is for personal use only. Contact me and I’ll tell you how you can legally obtain permission to use the worksheet in your professional color workshops, seminars, presentations, etc.

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