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Sheila's Brain Blog

Author | Personality Expert | Speaker | Educator

The Mystery of An Employee’s Gratitude

Gratitude is the quality of being thankful, having the ability to show appreciation, and to return kindness. The following story is from my family business memoir, No Bunk Just BS (Business Sense) Timely and Timeless Truths Business School Cannot Teach You! in Chapter 3: No Bunk Employee & Teamwork Truths. No Bunk Back Story: Gratitude at…

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Word Wednesday – “Preantepenultimate”

“Preantepenultimate” is my word for #WordWednesday Adjective: Three before the end; fourth to last. Usage: Sylvia was disappointed being the “Preantepenultimate” person in line for the movie. Do you get upset when you are the “Preantepenultimate” person in a long line? http://tiny.cc/ebke6y  – pronunciation – prē’ăn’tĭpĭnŭlʹtĭmət  Think of different ways you can avoid being the “Preantepenultimate” person…

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Word Wednesday – “Pernoctate”

  It’s Wednesday and time for your WordWednesday post. “Pernoctate” is my word for WordWednesday. Verb: Staying overnight or action of passing through the night at a location. Usage: Where would you like to “Pernoctate” on Valentine’s Day? Pronunciation: pərˈnäkˌtāt Listen to the pronunciation Think about how you can “Pernoctate” for Valentine’s Day!     My family business memoir, No…

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Discover Positive Attraction Tips to Celebrate Your Romantic Personality on Valentine’s Day!

Do you ever feel that your “soul mate” has become a “cell mate”? Are you concerned that the spark that ignited your positive attraction might have fizzled into a negative reaction? A multitude of factors can agitate your personal security and relationships. However, understanding you Brain Color attitude and how it influences your romantic relationship…

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Word Wednesday – “Pandiculation”

It’s Wednesday and time for your 2nd WordWednesday post. “Pandiculation” is my word for WordWednesday. Noun: Pan-dik-yuh-ley-shuh n – A particular sleepy combination of yawning and stretching. Usage: Do you think “Pandiculation” feels good when you get out of bed? Pronunciation: https://goo.gl/JNciC7 Your Orange Brain will have Fun asking other people if they enjoy  “Pandiculation”! I hope…

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A Happy 22nd Birthday for My Children’s Brain Color Fairy Tale!

Last Saturday, on February 2nd, my children Brain Color Fairy Tale celebrated her 22nd birthday. The first edition of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift  was published in 1997 and the 2nd edition was published in 2011. Princes Shayna is the fairy tale version of What Color Is Your Brain?. 10% of the royalties from Shayna’s Invisible…

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Word Wednesday – “Pogonotrophy”

Today, I used my Green Technical Brain to solve the timing problem for my blog posts. This was a huge achievement for a Blue Creative Brain. As an author, I am fascinated by words. I wanted to add my successful #WordWednesday posts, which I have been posting on all my social media sites, to my blog. It…

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What Personality Types Loves Their Job?

People often declare how much they love their partners, children, parents, family members, vacations, books, hobbies, sports, and many other activities. But how often do you hear people proclaim how much they love their job? The following anecdote is from my family business memoir, No Bunk Just BS (Business Sense) Timely and Timeless Truths Business School Cannot…

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Remembering and Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

I believe, that Dr. Martin Luther King’s  words should be remembered as a mantra to end hatred and bigotry that have surfaced and become pervasive, not only in the United States, but around the world. My memory of the Civil Rights Movement is vivid and the TV, radio, and newspaper coverage still resonates with me. How…

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Are You A Person of Excellence, Leadership, and/or Encouragement Who Improves People’s Lives?

Do you ever wonder if your sense of excellence, encouragement and/or leadership can improve other people’s lives in your family, workplace, school and/or community? Your Green Brain may contemplate this questions, when you think about your personal and professional life experiences, or when your read an article in a book or newspaper, and/or watch or listen to the…

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