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Sheila's Brain Blog

Author | Personality Expert | Speaker | Educator

New Book Coming Soon, Please “Like” My Facebook Author Page!

My Orange Brain is excited to tell you that I am writing my 6th book, which is business memoir. My Yellow Brain has been planning and organizing ideas for this book for several years. My Green Brain has been researching, writing, and adding my thought to my storyboards. Now, my Blue Brain is looking forward to…

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On Valentine’s Day and Every Day: Don’t Let Your Positive Attraction Fizzle Into A Negative Reaction!

Are you concerned that the spark that ignited your positive attraction could fizzled into a negative reaction? The stress  can agitates and aggravates men’s and women’s personal security and relationships an turn your “soul mate” into a “cell mate.”However, understanding their Brain Color attitude and how it influences their romantic relationships will help them resolve personal…

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Discover how “4-H Life Skills” can benefit you in your home and workplace!

My Green Brain has enjoyed researching information on the extensive 4-H organization website. I am gathering facts to prepare and customize my What Color Is Your “Leadership” Brain?® Keynote presentation for the Western 4‐H Institute 2018, on Monday, February 5th. “Since 4‑H began more than 100 years ago, it has become the nation’s largest youth development organization. The 4‑H idea is…

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Do you know what racism feels like?

How many of us know what racism feels like? We may understand what racism is. However, do we actually know that feeling of racism, which is hatred,  prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior? I know what racism feels like. I…

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Want to learn how to motivate yourself when you have a Brain Freeze?

Do you want to learn how to motivate yourself when you have a Brain Freeze? I am not referring to the physical Brain Freeze when you have a cold-stimulus, ice-cream, or trigeminal headache, which scientifically is referred to as sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia. I am referring to a Brain Freeze when you feel stuck, uninspired, lazy, foggy, etc.  As…

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Hassle-Free Holidays Tips for More Harmonious Preparations and Celebrations!

During the holiday season, do some individuals in your personal and/or professional life resemble people on a Disney World dream vacation brochure or on the “most wanted” listings at your local post office? You can enjoy your family members, colleagues, and friends during the holiday season with less stress and more harmony if you understand the…

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Tips to Keep Your Energy Up and Your Stress Down During the Holiday Season!

Did you know that between November 1st and January 15th approximately 29 holidays are observed by 7 of the world’s major religions? All those holidays can deplete your energy and create stressful holiday preparations and celebrations. Not delegating responsibilities and not asking for help are two behaviors that increase your stress and decrease your energy, especially…

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Tips to Decrease Conflict & Increase Harmony During Holiday Celebrations! 

Thanksgiving begins the holiday season in the United States. This time of year also increases holiday stress in individual’s professional and personal lives, in countries around the world. You can enjoy all your holiday celebrations with less anxiety and more compatibility if you understand the Brain Colors of your family members, co-workers, friends, clients, and…

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World Diabetes Day: Doing What We Can, Together!

Today, I am honored to welcome and introduce Samantha Markovitz, NBC-HWC. Samantha is my guest blogger for World Diabetes Day and National Diabetes Awareness Month. Samantha is the accomplished founder of GraceMark Wellness & Lifestyle Coaching and the remarkable author of Type 1 Diabetes Caregiver Confidence. Samantha: “On World Diabetes Day (November 14th), we give pause and think about what this day…

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