Posts Tagged ‘perspective’
What Sparks ignite your STRESS?
News and Stress It seems that everyone is talking about the stress they are experiencing. My neighbor and I were discussing how the daily news about the Coronavirus, the economy, demonstrations, deaths, students remote learning at home, and the 2020 election can spark and ignite an individual’s stress level. Social media, newspapers, radio programs, blogs, and…Read more
Do You Have A “Street Corner Perspective” When You Manage Yourself and Your Projects?
Not everyone has “street smarts.” However, everyone has a “Street Corner Perspective.” What do I mean by this? Have you ever felt like you were standing on a different corner of an intersection and were not seeing what other people seeing? In your professional and personal life, this can be a reoccurring situation. But, the answer…Read more
Easy Solution to Your Problems: Don’t Get Stuck Standing on Your Brain Color Personality Corner
A Green Brain client of mine was having a extremely difficult time with his colleagues and asked me for my advice. I reminded him of the “4 Different Brain Color Corner Solution,” to help him resolve his problem. This solution is simple! Just imagine yourself at an street intersection. Your Brain Color Personality is standing…Read more
Author Explains Writing Process for New “What Color Is Your Brain? When Caring For Patients” book
Yesterday, I began writing this post. However, in my Orange Brain Haste I mistakenly pushed the Publish button and an incomplete post was published. Please excuse my error. The post below was crafted without haste and was published correctly. People often ask me how to write a book. Like most authors, I respond by saying,…Read more