Do You Find Making Decisions Stressful?

Making a decision can be a stressful experience depending on your Brain Color Personality and  other people’s points of view.

Roy Disney said, “It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.”

Knowing your Brian Colors makes it easier to recognize your values and make decisions. Every day, we confront issues and make decisions that can impact ourselves and others.

Each of the Brain Color Personalities handles change from their own sense of stress and comfort:

Yellow Brainers must plan for change. To be less stressed and more comfortable, they need to feel they are in control of the change.

Blue Brainers must feel good about a change. To be less stressed and more comfortable, they need to trust their intuition about the change.

Green Brainers must think about change. To be less stressed and more comfortable, they need to gather and contemplate all the facts before they consider making a change.

Orange Brainers are the “change agents.” To be less stressed and more comfortable, they constantly need to create change. They cannot stand boredom.

On Saturday, April 22nd, I am presenting a What Color Is Your Brain?® program at Arboria of Long Grove for families who are making serious life changing decisions for loved ones who  are considering senior living. I know discovering their Brain Color Personalities will help the attendees when they have to make those decisions!

You can also find more information about decision making in Chapter 15 of  What Color Is Your Brain?®  and chapter 18 of What Color Is Your Brain?® When Caring for Patients.

To make decision making easier, remember your Brain Colors and others’ POV! 

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