What is a Yellow Dot?
A Yellow Dot is one of the four communication styles that we each use. It is a way of describing the Pictorialists’ style of communication.
How to identify a Yellow Dot…
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People of this type tend to be cautious, conservative, quiet, literal, realistic, practical, careful and precise, logical, honest and matter of fact, resistant to change and comfortable with routine, hardworking and responsible.
How to get along with a Yellow Dot
- Show patience and provide as much detail as possible when communicating. Always give them time to make a decision.
- They are very time conscious so always be on time.
- They can be highly critical (even about themselves). They naturally like to finish things and tend towards perfectionism.
- Let them have their say, giving them time to respond. They are likely to complain and then explain why they are complaining.
Most importantly – The most important thing to this type is living a stable, predictable life and helping people in real ways.
Are you a Yellow Dot?
If you are high in Yellow, you need to see things. You communicate with yourself and others through seeing mental pictures or symbols in your mind’s eye. You are able to organise easily and need to arrange things so that there is balance and harmony in your environment. If you are high in Yellow, you may have a photographic-like memory that can therefore easily remember names, dates and places that you have only seen once. It is easy for you to visualise how an empty room will look filled with furniture. You can always see when a picture on the wall is not straight because you have such a keen eye for detail. This is the part of you that likes to be neat and well organised. Yellow Dot types generally love tradition. When something seems unconventional or goes against tradition, you may begin to feel uncomfortable. Yellow Dots tend to be very time conscious.
For someone like yourself (if you are dominant in Yellow Dot) – being organised, being on time, and striving for perfection is just natural behaviour for you, it’s a psychological need!
But unfortunately, the other three communication styles don’t share those needs.
Which can be frustrating, right?
So how can we all function in a world where we are so different from one another?
First we must learn the art of organising our communication so that it can be understood by the person we are dealing with, which is exactly what we can show you – with Dots Precognitive Communication techniques.
Find out how simple it is to be a perfectionist without the frustration.