Do you know how to appreciate other people’s gifts and your own in the workplace and at home?

If you are aware, the gifts are there!” is one of my favorite sayings, which my Blue Brain enjoys sharing with family, friends, and clients.

I created the term “Praiseworthy Gifts” when I was writing Princess Shyana’s Invisible Visible Gift, which is my family fairy tale version of What Color Is Your Brain?. The term refers to many of the story’s characters’ unique attributes and abilities that are worthy of praise, approval, or admiration.

Often we surprise ourselves and others when we discover our “Praiseworthy Gifts”.It is important to remember:

1. We each have “Praiseworthy Gifts,” which are individually wrapped with our  Brain Color Personality attributes and abilities.
2. Every one is Gifted!
3. We unwrap our Gifts at different times and in unique ways.

Below are examples of the different Brain Color “Praiseworthy Gifts”.

Yellow Brain “Praiseworthy Gifts” are: Organization, respectfulness, and dependability
Blue Brain “Praiseworthy Gifts” are: Creativity, communication, and helpfulness
Green Brain “Praiseworthy Gifts” are: Logic, problem solving, knowledge
Orange Brain “Praiseworthy Gifts” are: Courage, sense of adventure, and teamwork

Enjoy discovering, appreciating, and enjoying other people’s “Praiseworthy Gifts” and your own! 

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