Creativity and a treasured baby buggy!
Creative Planter You can use your “Blue Brain Creativity” to adapt and utilized a family treasure! This is the 50-year-old Italian pram that I used to walk our sons Joshua and Noah in, when they were babies. Now it holds a variety of Coleus and sweet memories each summer, on our front porch. Closing thought…Read more
I Am Brain Color Hooker – Who Is Hooked On Crochet!
Senior Citizens are always encouraged to learn something new to keep their brain power and abilities strong and healthy. This past Spring, after my 68th birthday, I told my husband I wanted to learn how to crochet, again. I had crocheted with my maternal grandmother when I was a little girl. However, I never had…Read more
Today, I was speaking with my “Systematic Green Brain” web designer, Jeff Lewis owner of The Webs We Weave, Inc. We were discussing the bullet points on my website, and Jeff told me it would be more difficult to make individual changes and easier to make “global changes” for the color. Of course, my “Blue…Read more
Sad Slum and Splendid Creavity
The Slum is Sad, however the Creativity is Splendid! Favela Paintings in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Click on the link above to read about the artist and view more of his creations! Please Spread the WordRead more
Celebrate Weirdness and Creativity
For the past several days, I have enjoyed creating a What Color Is Your “Leadership” Brain? Workshop workbook. Rittenhouse Book Distributors is hosting the workshop for the Follett Medical Bookstore Managers n October. The managers will discover and determine their Brain Colors and then learn how to Wonder Web (my term for Mind Mapping )…Read more
How To Build Your Creative Toolbox
Joanna Campbell Slan and I met almost 20 years ago at an National Speakers Association of Illinois meeting. Through the years, we have been blessed with years of friendship, creativity, laughter, writing, and personal and professional encouragement! Today, I am honored to have Joanna as my guest author. I’m sure you will enjoy learning how…Read more
Email Creative Problem Solving
This afternoon, I finished my PowerPoint presentation slides for the IRMS Symposium that I will have the pleasure to speaking at on May 6th &7th in Peoria, Illinois. I planned on sending the presentation file to my client, Clint Parram, MPH, Senior Director, Loss Control Illinois at Risk Management Services for his approval. However, the…Read more
Facebook Fan Page For Book and Workshops
I have exciting “Orange Brain” news… Today, I published my Facebook Fan Page for my book and workshops, which is entitled: What Color Is Your Brain? by Sheila Glazov – Author . I collaborated with my WIN colleague and friend, Jackie DeBoer, who designed and developed the framework for the page. I launched the page…Read more
Disproven and Creative Brain Power Quotes
I’m working on a new book project and my “Creative Blue Brain” feels like a Hummingbird in flight. Below are some quotes I have use in my Creativity Workshops that I thought would be fun and inspiring. “We will never release our cartoon and movies on video tape.” Ronald W. Miller, former CEO-President of Disney…Read more
SERENDIPITY: MY BLUE BRAIN GIFT
I love the word serendipity and the Blue Brain Gifts it offers me. By definition “serendipity is the effect by which one accidentally discovers something fortunate, especially while looking for something else entirely unrelated.” A few months ago my friend, Elaine Hankin, who is the Barnes & Noble Community Relation Manager at the Linconshire IL…Read more
HAPPY THON’09 SURPRISES!
August 1st began the Secret Society of Happy People HappyThon’09. A perfect time to post my friend, Mari Baskin’s Guest Blog about Surprises. Mari is a “Creative Wordsmith and Graphic Designer Extraordinaire! ” I admire and enjoy her words and work. I trust you will too.I wonder if the world is evenly split between the…Read more
Keep An Open Mind
One of the traits that made President, Abraham Lincoln a great leader was his ability to keep an open mind. This required a basic sense of humility and willingness to admit his mistakes. Many people react with stubbornness and anger when their mistakes are pointed out. During the Civil War, President Lincoln under sever political pressure,…Read more