When people complain about poor communications the real problem is often lack of agreement. We need a strategy that assumes disagreement. We need to take off our glasses and look through glasses of a different color. Colorful leaders spin the filters to get a clear, rich, natural color image. How others feel, what they think, and where they want to go, matters a great deal. The colorful leadership discipline is to look for the zone of overlap, similar to the way your TV combines red, green and blue lights to make white light and color images. By viewing business and personal needs from these perspectives you avoid getting stuck with your single point of view.