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Sheila's Brain Blog

Author | Personality Expert | Speaker | Educator

Do You Have A Timely and Timeless Mission Statement?

A Mission Statement according to The The Business Dictionary is as follows: A written declaration of an organization’s core purpose and focus that normally remains unchanged over time. When people develop a business plan, one of their Yellow Brain Tasks in the planning process is to create their Mission Statement, which is a Green Brain Logical statement that…

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Does Building a Harmonious Rapport with Other People Baffle You?

The lyrics, I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony, sung in the song, “I’d Like to Teach the World To Sing” make my Blue Harmonious Brain think it would be grand if we all could communicate and collaborate with others in perfect harmony in our workplaces, homes, schools, and communities. To build…

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Learn Easy Tips to Motivate Your Brain Color Personality!

Spring is about to arrive! It’s the time of year to think about motivating your Brain Color Personality. This change of season usually motivates people to begin their “Spring Cleaning” in their home, garden, community and/or office. If you are ready to motivate your Brain Color Personalty you will need to shift your Brain Colors…

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Brain Color Tips to Help You Recognize and Relieve Stressful Situations in Your Life!

The internet, social media, newspapers, and radio programs provide us with news, which affects our professional and business lives. For some people, news provides information and entertainment. However, for others, the news can also create stressful situations.  How individuals respond to stressful situations differs because of their personality type. Understanding their Brain Color behavior help people decrease…

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Can 4 Brain Colors Personalities and 5 Different Generations Interact Successfully in the Workplace?

Recently, I have been researching how the 4 Brain Colors and the 5 Generations can successfully collaborate, communicate and build rapport in the workplace. Below is a list of the  5 different generations: Traditionalists, War Babies, Silent: Born 1925-1945 Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 Gen X: 1965-1976 Gen Y (Millenials): 1977-1995 Gen Z (iGen, Nexters, linksters): 1996…

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Is Crucial Information Missing from Your Business Card?

This morning, I read a post that Julia Bowers liked on LinkedIn. The post was about business cards and what is essential about them. Most business cards will display an individual’s  name, title, job, contact information, which might be your postal address, email address, phones numbers, and in my case, my book covers. Of course, the…

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Sad and Joyful News about Type One Diabetes and Mary Tyler Moore

Yesterday, Wednesday, January 25th, the news that Mary Tyler Moore had died saddened people all over the world. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation international community also lost a courageous advocate for finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and our JDRF International Chairwoman, who brought a voluminous awareness to others around the world about the…

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Discover How Your Brain Will React to Changes in 2017!

Change is one of the most challenging decisions and experiences for many adults and children! You may not know how your brain will react to change in 2017? However, I do! My Orange Brain is excited about the FREE Chapter, #7 Your Romantic Relationship, from my original What Color Is Your Brain?® book, you will receive when you sign up for…

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