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Sheila's Brain Blog

Author | Personality Expert | Speaker | Educator

Word Wednesday – “Hiatus”

“Hiatus” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process. Usage: My Green Focused Brain is going on “Hiatus” from my weekly blog and Word Wednesday posts to work on two projects that require more of my time and attention. Pronunciation: shorturl.at/kEILP  –  hīˈādəs Have you ever taken…

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Word Wednesday – “Shana Tova”

“Shana Tova” are my words for #WordWednesday Definition: A Good Year Usage:  “Shana Tova” is the Hebrew greeting for a Good New Year,! Pronunciation: shorturl.at/alAEQ  – שָׁנָה טוֹבָה To all my Jewish family members and friends, as we celebrate 5,780 I am wishing you and yours a “Shana Tova”  filed with an abundance of splendid…

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Exciting What Color Is Your Brain? Workshops in Brazil!

In November of 2011, I received a delightful email from Ayrton Silva, PMP who is project manager in Brazil. Ayrton had purchased the Brazilian Portuguese edition of What Color Is Your Brain?® and was using my book to teach project management students, real estate sales people, and other professionals in various cities in Brazil. Since…

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A Successful What Color Is Your “Healthcare” Brain? Program!

On this past Wednesday morning, I had the pleasure of presenting a What Color Is Your “Healthcare” Brain? Program that was hosted by Arboria of Long Grove, and sponsored by Elderwerks Educational Services and Northwest Community Hospital / Healthcare. The attendees who were  Illinois nurses, professional counselors, social workers, and senior living consultant were able to earn…

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How you think will make a difference!

Building a Thriving Business is the first chapter in my latest book,  No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense): Timely and Timeless Truths Business School Cannot Teach You. The following is the No Bunk Truth #6: How you think will make a difference, which is one of  ten No Bunk Truths in the chapter. Since this…

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Remembering! Where were you?

Tomorrow is the 18th anniversary of 9/11. A solemn time to remember the tragedy, the lives lost and devastated, and where we were on the morning of attacks on our country. I vividly remember taking my usual morning walk in my neighborhood, when one of my neighbors ran down her drive way and told me…

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Word Wednesday – “Hamadryad”

“Hamadryad” is my word for #WordWednesday. Noun: A tree dwelling nymph (that dies when the tree dies), or a venomous Indian snake,  or a Abyssinian baboon Usage: When the little girl was happy she behaved like “Hamadryad” and when she was angry she behaved like a poisonous king cobra or a famished large monkey. Pronunciation:…

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Word Wednesday – “Lethologica” and “Lethonomia”

“Lethologica” and “Lethonomia” are my words for #WordWednesday. Nouns: “Lethologica” is the inability to recall the appropriate word and “Lethonomia” is the inability to recall the appropriate name. Usage: At times, I suffer from “Lethologica” when writing my blog and my husband suffers from “Lethonomia” at large business gatherings. Pronunciation: shorturl.at/vwEKP / lēTHəˈläjəkə and shorturl.at/elFX5…

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Discover the Secret to Teaching Children the Sweetness of Learning!

The beginning of each school year always evokes copious memories about my childhood, my teaching career, and our sons’ educational experiences from nursery school (that is what it was called in the 1970’s before the description was changed to preschool and/or early learning childhood center) through college, and law school. Now that our grandchildren have…

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Word Wednesday – “Querimonious”

“Querimonious” is my word for #WordWednesday. Adjective: Complaining or querulous Usage: My friend became a “Querimonious” woman because of the terrible customer service she experienced. Pronunciation: http://tiny.cc/ysh7az  –  kwerə¦mōnēəs What makes you become a “Querimonious” customer?   My family business memoir, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com. Remember: 10% of royalties from the sale of No Bunk will be…

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