Greens are some of the most powerful and intelligent people in the world. They are movers and shakers. These ambitious personalities are driven to accomplish – the workaholics in the world. Greens process information and ideas quickly, jumping from step one to ten – they’re not interested in all the steps or details in between. Greens are drawn to money, power, and business. They are highly competitive and enjoy challenges – especially mentally stimulating challenges. They are quick learners and risk-takers.
In power (positive qualities), these quick thinkers are organized and efficient. They can accomplish anything. They love to set goals and are determined to achieve them. They write lists and check off items as they are completed. They recognize patterns and discover solutions very quickly.
Out of power, these strong willed, powerful personalities can be impatient, opinionated, and demanding. They are determined to have their own way, which they usually feel is the right way. They not only like to be in control, but they seem to need to be in control. If situations arise that appear to be out of their control, they become frustrated, worried, and stressed.
Greens need to feel that their companions are mentally stimulating and intelligent. They need to respect and be respected by their partners. They also need partners who can stand up to their incredible power, measure up to their high standards, and appreciate and honor the Green’s wisely-earned money.
Examples of Greens are: Bill Gates (Green/Violet), Warren Buffet (Green/Yellow), David Letterman (Green/Yellow), Donald Trump (Green/Yellow), and Barbara Walters (Green/Violet).
In power (positive qualities), Blues radiate love, acceptance, and forgiveness. These compassionate beings will even befriend those whom others find unlovable. Blues look for the good in people. No matter what mistakes people make, Blues will love and forgive them. In power, Blues also follow their intuition.
Out of power, Blues frequently doubt their self-worth. Their greatest fear is being alone, abandoned and unloved. They want deeply to be loved, but they often have trouble receiving or believing that they are loved. When Blues don’t feel loved they can become overly emotional and consumed with self-pity. They can become martyrs, often using guilt to manipulate others to get love and attention.
A Blue’s main priorities are spirituality and relationships. More than anything, Blues want to be in loving, committed, and emotionally connected relationships. Blues can be the most loyal and supportive mates and need partners who are just as loyal and monogamous.
Examples of Blues are: Ellen Degeneres, Jennifer Aniston, Cameron Diaz, Meg Ryan, Christina Applegate, Kate Hudson, Kaley Cuoco (all are Blue/Yellows), and Elizabeth Taylor (Blue/Violet).