Diversity Awareness Month – Celebrate the Yellow Brain Personality Type

October is Diversity Awareness Month.

I was fascinated to read that Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, founded Diversity Awareness Month in
October of 2006.

The following is Carole’s definition of diversity:

“Diversity is understanding, appreciating, and ultimately managing difference and similarities at the same time.
Its reach is all-inclusive and may represent categories such as: Class, Race, Gender, Age, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Physical Disabilities, Nationalities, Political Beliefs and others. To achieve its maximum effectiveness, diversity requires:
1. Your Personal Examination
2. Your Individual Commitment
3. Your Own Curiosity
4. A Continuous Learning Effort”

Carole’s definition of diversity is complimentary to the What Color Is Your Brain? approach for appreciating the diversity of our Brain Color personalities.

This week I want to share the following Brain Color Clues to help you celebrate and understand what makes Yellow Brainers  feel appreciated:

1. Saying “Please” and “Thank you”
2. Recognition of their accomplishments
3. Reaching their goals
5. Financial compensation
6. Follow through on projects
7. Honesty in relationships
8. Reliability to get a job done well
9. Respect for their dependability and stability

Carole, “Thank You!” for creating a celebration to
acknowledge and honor our unique attributes and abilities!

Sheila N. Glazov ~ Author ~ Speaker ~ Educator ~ Personality Type Expert
Please, visit my website to learn more about your Brain Colors, my What Color Is Your Brain? book  and workshops. 10% of the royalties from the sale of my book is allocated to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation)

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