The Psychology of Colors in Advertising and Marketing.

Written by Kurt Geer


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ORANGE suggests pleasure, cool, excitement, cheer, endurance, strength and ambition. For business it is good for highlighting information on charts and graphs.

PINK suggests femininity, gentleness, well being and innocence. For business you must be aware of it's feminine links and implications.

PURPLE suggests spirituality, royalty, luxury, wealth, sophistication, authority and mournfulness. In business it is upscale and works with artistic types. It is also feminine and romantic. However, because it is rare in nature, purple can appear artificial.

RED suggests excitement, strength, sex, passion, vitality, aggressiveness and commands attention. Business wise it associated with debt, is great for boldness and accents. The most emotionally intense color, red stimulates a faster heartbeat and breathing.

WHITE suggests refined, purity, devotion, contemporary and truthfulness. For business it can be sterile and refreshing. The best color onrepparttar web for a background color. Doctors and nurses wear white to imply sterility.

YELLOW suggests warmth, sunshine, cheer, happiness, jealousy deceit and cowardice. Business wise it appeals torepparttar 126113 intellectual types and is a good accent. Yellow enhances concentration, hence its use for legal pads. It also speeds metabolism. It isrepparttar 126114 most difficult color forrepparttar 126115 eye to take in, so it can be overpowering if overused.

Green, brown, and red arerepparttar 126116 most popular food colors. Red is often used in restaurant decorating schemes because it is an appetite stimulant.

People respond more to non verbal cues than verbal ones. Make sure you userepparttar 126117 psychology of colors in all your marketing, especially when you can't be face to face.



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Fear of Intimacy

Written by Margaret Paul, Ph.D.


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The fear exists, not because ofrepparttar experience itself, but because a person doesnít know how to handlerepparttar 126112 situations of being rejected or controlled. The secret of moving beyondrepparttar 126113 fear of intimacy lies in developing a powerful loving adult part of us that learns how to not take rejection personally, and learns to set appropriate limits against engulfment.

When we learn how to take personal responsibility for defining our own worth instead of making othersí love and approval responsible for our feelings of worth, we will no longer take rejection personally. This does not mean that we will like rejection Ė it means we will no longer be afraid of it and have a need to avoid it.

When we learn how to speak up for ourselves and not allow others to invade, smother, dominate and control us, we will no longer fear losing ourselves in a relationship. Many people, terrified of losingrepparttar 126114 other person, will give themselves up inrepparttar 126115 hope of controlling howrepparttar 126116 other person feels about them. They believe that if they comply with anotherís demands,repparttar 126117 other will love them. Yet losing oneself is terrifying, so many people stay out of relationships due to this fear. If they were to learn to define their own worth and stand up for themselves,repparttar 126118 fear would disappear.

The Inner Bonding process we teach is a process designed to create a powerful inner adult self capable of not taking rejection personally and of setting limits against loss of self. Anyone can learn this six-step process and, with practice, heal fears of intimacy. Through practicingrepparttar 126119 Inner Bonding process, you learn to value and cherish who you really are and take full responsibility for your own feelings of worth, lovability, safety, security, pain and joy. When you deeply value yourself, you do not take rejection personally and become non-reactive to rejection. When you value yourself, you will not give yourself up to try to control anotherís feelings about you. When you value yourself, you are willing to lose another rather than lose yourself.

You can start to learnrepparttar 126120 powerful Inner Bonding process now by downloading our Free Inner Bonding Course. Moving beyond your fears of intimacy will open you torepparttar 126121 deep personal and spiritual growth that relationships can provide andrepparttar 126122 profound fulfillment and joy that loving relationships can offer.

Margaret Paul, Ph.D. is the best-selling author and co-author of eight books, including "Do I Have To Give Up Me To Be Loved By You?" She is the co-creator of the powerful Inner Bonding healing process. Learn Inner Bonding now! Visit her web site for a FREE Inner Bonding course: http://www.innerbonding.com or mailto:margaret@innerbonding.com. Phone sessions available.


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