As an educator, I want share my Brain Color Personality Tips to help you understand how your children learn best; what attributes their teachers or you, as their “stay at home teachers,” teach them, including their school work; and how parents/guardians encourage their children during the Coronavirus and when we eventually live in our new…

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I have noticed that people are worrying about a variety of issues during the Coronavirus. These observations got my Green Brain thinking about what causes people to worry and what each Brain Color personality worries about. William Ralph Inge said, “Worry is interest paid on trouble before it is due.”   The verb worry means to give…

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The month of May was filled with planning, preparing, and presenting What Color Is Your Brain?® Programs. The first program was for the patrons of the Wauconda Area Library, in Wauconda, Illinois. It was a pleasure working librarian Amy Saccca. 88 people were registered and we had a full room of people eager to discover…

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Did you know that each of your four Brain Color relates to four of the seven Ayurvedic Science/Medicine and Healing Energy aspects of your Chakras? Your chakras are centers in which energy flows throughout your body. Chakra is an ancient Sanskrit word that translates to wheel. Last Thursday, I presented a What Color Is Your Brain? program at Silver…

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Do you wonder why people worry and what they worry about? This morning, I thought about those questions when I read Joe Fermano’s Daily Dose Quote “Be a warrior, not a worrier.” by William Wallace from Joe’s inspiring book Quotes for Life & Words to Live By. Joe’s quote got my Green Brain thinking about what cause…

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The lyrics, I’d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony, sung in the song, “I’d Like to Teach the World To Sing” make my Blue Harmonious Brain think it would be grand if we all could communicate and collaborate with others in perfect harmony in our workplaces, homes, schools, and communities. To build…

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Recently, I have been researching how the 4 Brain Colors and the 5 Generations can successfully collaborate, communicate and build rapport in the workplace. Below is a list of the  5 different generations: Traditionalists, War Babies, Silent: Born 1925-1945 Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 Gen X: 1965-1976 Gen Y (Millenials): 1977-1995 Gen Z (iGen, Nexters, linksters): 1996…

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Today, my friend and fellow author, Laurie Buchanan gave me a gift for this blog post, from her blog post about living simply. My comment on Laurie’s blog was: “Living a simple life is remembering one of my mantras… If you’re aware the gifts are there!” We may not like the appearance of the gift…

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One day I was speaking with Mary Ann Ryan, owner of Kidz ‘n Kaboodles photography. During our conversation Mary Ann said, “I think our Brain Color personalities are a mosaic.” I loved her unique perspective of our personalities Below are two of mosaic definitions. The first is a common definition and the second resonated with me because of diversity…

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Most people, no matter where they live, their culture or religion are familiar some form of the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.  However, a students who had read Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift in her fourth grade classroom had another idea about the axiom. She told me and her teacher, “It is…

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