Find Your 'Power Color' For Public Speaking Or Influencing Others

When it comes to dressing for a public speaking event, or delivering any workplace presentation, career counselors recommend seeking your “power color,” like a blue, green, or purple. Everyone has a personal version of these colors and it’s pretty simple to find individually. It’s the dominant vein color in your wrist — it could be turquoise, it could be blue violet, it could be emerald green — and that is the color that says"look at me, listen to me, I’m worth hearing out." And go with your eye color as your 'Trust" color. People will find you more trustworthy. I had my color palette done years ago by a lady who did Color Essence. That tells you what your seasonal palette is. I'm a Luscious Autumn(!!), so I tend towards dark brown over black, creamy ivory over white, burnt orange over red.

 

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