Episode 61
Cracking Your Personal Color Code for Empowerment and Self-Healing – Episode 61: Jennifer Butler

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Jennifer Butler

Jennifer Butler
Jennifer Butler is an expert in the sociology of style and color. For over four decades, Jennifer has worked with leading celebrities, entrepreneurs, public figures, authors, artists, Fortune 500 executives, and spiritual leaders to teach them to master the art of visual communication. Jennifer and Ann Louise talk about the fascinating topic of how understanding the development of style and color palettes can reveal the essence of an individual’s personality.  Jennifer bases her work on the belief that each person is perfect and unique, and that this individuality is expressed in their style. She affirms that the way we physically express ourselves is a critical element of human communication, and the more related we are to ourselves, the more effectively we relate to others.

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