Business Tips: I Love The Color Gray – You Should Too – Watch This…Twice

Business Tips: I Love The Color Gray – You Should Too – Watch This…Twice

Awesome Tip: I Love The Color Gray – You Should Too – Watch This…Twice

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27 Replies to “Business Tips: I Love The Color Gray – You Should Too – Watch This…Twice”

  1. The subtitles in this video are fun to watch as well. They're between black and white – half right, half wrong – and "Instagram" is completely ignored. Then I found out they're atomatic which makes me think about it EVEN MORE! 🙂

  2. Gary I do not know if I agree with the Gray notion. The Gray concept is very interesting because  I do not want to be in the gray. A person mind is wishy washy when their in the gray. I reminds me of some kind of love peace and happiness notion. I prefer clear lines of what is and what is not. If you mean in the we come to our understand of what the true answer is the yes I understand your definition of the gray. Yet I have issues with double minded people who can not give a clear answer.

  3. This reminds that often times your answer to questions is "both and" instead of "either or." Do you find that the majority of people are looking at one strategy over another in order to leverage their business towards success instead of finding a way to create a rhythm in that middle gray area that often times will propel you towards exponential success (whatever you define that access to be.)

  4. Gray is actually my favorite color, or shade, rather. But yes, I agree that balancing data and emotion is very useful. I know I lean more toward data, my personality doesn't focus on feelings very much. Intuition is a great way they blend in my opinion.

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