Albert Einstein (a Green Brainer) said, “Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.” According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, IMAGINATION has a variety of definitions. I have highlighted specific words that are key to each of the 4 Brain Colors. 1. The power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses…

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My Orange Brain is excited to tell everyone about my Grand News! This morning, Anna Berman, the Executive Director and owner of Trilogy School of Performing Arts in Lake Zurich, Illinois and I signed our agreement for the first original musical performance of Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift. The director of the play is Kim Woycke. Kim graduated from…

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This afternoon, I will be facilitating a What Color Is Your Brain? “Parenting” Program at the Gertrude B. Neilson Child Care and Learning Center. I have previously facilitated a Brain Color program for the Team Leaders and another for all the Teachers and Staff members. Executive director, Lana Weiner told me, “Our teachers haven’t stopped talking about brain color and are…

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Mary Ann Maruska, an attendee at one of my What Color Is Your Brain? Programs shared a “Fun Orange Brain” expression with me…  “Jump into the pool of possibilities!” That really creates fantastic images for me? However, my favorite image is this picture of the little girl jumping off the diving board. I loved her the moment I saw her. Her 1950’s…

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Today, I received the latest copy of the Diabetes Health Online Newsletter. The headline that caught my attention was: Just 30 Minutes Per Week of Intense Exercise Lowers Blood Sugar. Exercise seems to be a the top of people’s list for their New Year’s Resolutions for losing weight. Of course, exercise should be at the top of all of our…

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A bully is a person who repeatedly browbeats or intimidates another person and is habitually is cruel to others who are weaker than he or she. When I was a child we had only one neighborhood bully. Today, it is disturbing and sad to note that there are multiple bullies in our homes, communities, schools, workplaces, and on-line. Bully behavior has become is a extremely serious issue. According to…

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During the Holiday Season we we see lots of glitter decorating clothing, make-up, Christmas tree ornaments and seasonal decorations. Glitter is defined as: Sparkling or listening light; Brilliant or showy attractiveness; Small pieces of light-reflecting decorative material My  friend, Fi Mazanke told me that her daughter,  Alexandra describes herself as “Glitter!” Fi and I both laughed at Alexandra perfect “Orange Brain” description of…

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From the decorations in our neighborhoods and communities, the adds in the newspaper and online, and comments like: “Yikes, I’m already stressing out!”, I think the Holiday Season has begun. To help you enjoy the season of celebrations a little more hassle-free, my “Blue Brain” thought it would be helpful to post “Brain Color Stress Less…

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I recently wore a tee shirt I purchased in Door County, Wisconsin . I bought the tee shirt because the message printed on the front resonated with me and hit the bull’s eye about my personality. It got me thinking about what the other Brain Color Personality tee shirts might say… Yellow Brain tee shirt: “Do you want to be…

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Sometimes my “Green Brain” prefers to work in solitude. Often my “Orange Brain” enjoy listening to my fun Ragtime selections. Other times my “Blue Brain” loves listening to Baroque music. Did you know that Baroque music enhances one’s creativity because there are 60 beats per minute, just like a healthy heart rate? To enhance my creativity I also enjoy listening to my friend, Lily Miceli’s “INBETWEEN THE…

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