Mission & Annual Who's Who Awards Ball & Scholarship Contest
Personality-Ville Harmony Honors Event
Like a song of four-part harmony,
each personality style is needed!
- Mission: celebrate, honor, encourage, and unite ALL personality temperament styles (esp. young people)
- Award each unique style and the leaders who promote these principles
- Role-model by using successful people of each style (Who's Who)
- Colorful, renaissance-style shimmering Kingdom Banners and other fun decorations would transport all to a magical place. Each kingdom would have their own coat-of-arms emblems & flags.
- Promote diversity and inclusion in businesses, homes, and schools
- Use the UNITING and creative factors of music/dance to highlight each style (with their kingdom tempos: Waltz, Tango, Swing, Salsa)
- Unique awards ceremony with live dance couples and fun costumed personality characters--Purrsonalities®! from Personality-Ville.
One of the driving passions for me to start this unique company was the principle of celebrating and honoring ALL types of people. I especially have a heart for those "un-sung" heroes that usually don't get recognized.
I also know that right now there are thousands of kids, teens and adults that will not realize their potential because of their personality style--or the lack of understanding on the part of those around them. How often have you heard it said, "Why can't you be like your brother?" or a teacher might say to a shy introvert, "Why can't you be more outgoing like your older sister?" Or maybe you got scolded in church because you were too silly. (Something I'm sure successful comedians heard growing up!)
Our company wants to reach those people, especially young people, by having them relate their style to successful people with the same style. My goal is to interview and profile many successful people in various fields and have them talk about how their personality temperament has helped them and what they had to do to overcome some of their inherited tendencies. These various fields would be in sports, entertainment, business, relationships, politics, etc. Each "celebrity" will be featured in a Personality-Ville® Kingdom section. You can take a test and see which one you are like, see who your "neighbor" is!
My vision is to have people take the test and go to their section, read and listen (through video) to several people LIKE THEM for inspiration and encouragement.
The GOAL is to have them say to themselves for example: "Say, if Bill Gates with his analytical Observatory personality temperament can become one of the most successful business people, maybe I can take some of his tips and encouragement on how he dealt with his style and reach my dreams and goals, too!" Or maybe you have that super outgoing personality and would say, "I have the same temperament as Donald Trump--he's from The Castle It really helped me to learn how he had to tone down his style to meet the style of others." The practical tips are a great 'how-to' tool.
The Harmony Honors are a part of this fun company. We seek nominations of worthy people, and especially young people, who exemplify each of the four main personality styles. We especially want to honor those people who "sing harmony" to the other traditional outgoing leadership styles. These people might be more of a Cottage person: easy-going, don't want the spot light. Or maybe you know of a typical Circus friend who might not have the best grades but they sure brighten up your life. You get the idea.
Of course we also want to honor the leaders, the one who usually sings "the melody." Sometimes this may be the Caslte's out there with their big ideas and strong leadership abilities. The point is to honor everyone for their special part they bring to life. Like a song of four-part harmony ALL styles/temperaments are needed! (Click below for link to a column I wrote about this in the Globe Gazette Sunday Lifestyle section, a Midwest regional publication.)
If the person is too shy or would not want his/her picture or name published, a nickname or just a first name is allowed. What is most important, is they would know it was for them.
The Harmony Honors: A different kind of gratitude. Column Kimberly West wrote in the Sunday Lifestyles newspaper section.
Exciting ** Unique ** Fun ** Inclusive ** Diversity