Posts Tagged ‘women’
Do You Want to Know the Secret to Writing a New Book?
In 2005, I began writing new business/memoir book. However, my life offered new opportunities to write my original What Color Is Your Brain?®, What Color Is Your Brain?® When Caring for Patients, and Purr-fect Pals: A Kid, A Cat & Diabetes, along with Brain Color programs. Now, I have begun that process again. From October to February, I am…Read more
What Does Your Brain Color Personality Reveal About Your Tipping Behavior?
Last weekend, my Yellow Brain organized and updated the books on my Pinterst Page.When I posted Nickeled and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By written by Barbara Ehrenreich, I remembered what a tremendous impact the book had on me! In 1998-200, I was honored to serve on the Governor’s Commission on the Status of Women in…Read more
A Non-Political View: “Remember the ladies.” and What They Have Accomplished!
This post is NOT about which political party you are part of in the United States or another country or which candidate you might vote for in the November 2016 U.S. presidential election or another country’s election. This post focuses on Abigail Adams’ poignant quote, which was written in her celebrated letter to husband John,…Read more
Observing Men While Their Wives Or Girl Friends Are Shopping
When we are vacationing in Door County, I always love to shop in my dear friend Judy Surges’ Hide Side Boutique women’s apparel store. My Green Brain also likes to observe the shoppers, especially the men who are shopping with their wife, significant other, or girl friend. It’s easy for me to decipher the Color…Read more
It’s Not The End Of The Road!
Yesterday, after the What Color Is Your Brain? Team Building Program for staff at the Community Crisis Center in Elgin, Illinois, Ruth, one of the attendees, handed me a short poem that she felt complemented a poem I had used during the program. I shared my friend Jewel Manzay’s anonymous poem Three Men and adapted…Read more
I know something good about the Community Crisis Center
I am preparing a Team Building Program for staff at the Community Crisis Center in Elgin, Illinois. I have been working the amazing staff since 2000. It always is a pleasure and a privilege to share my Brain Color approach with the staff to help improve their understanding of each other and the woman, children,…Read more
Women’s Occupations Through The Eyes Of A Child
My physician recently related a story to me about a little girl who questioned her mother in her pediatrician’s office. The little girls mother and aunt also were physician. While waiting for her female pediatrician, the little girl asked, “Mommy can boys be doctors?” When my physician’s son saw a woman umpire during his brother’s…Read more
The Digital Human Library Shares Brain Colors With Teachers
Today, My Yellow Brain had the privilege and pleasure of presenting a What Color Is Your “Educator” Brain? to the teacher at Stephen Central Public School in Crediton, Ontario in Canada. Thanks to Leigh Cassell, the AMAZING founder of the REMARKABLE Digital Human Library I was able to present my program from my office using…Read more
Radio Program – Music and Women Composers of Film,TV & Entertainment
It’s a cold and dreary day in Chicago. To bring sunshine and warmth into my office I listened to my friend Lily Miceli’s radio program InBetween The Music. This month’s program is called Music and Women Composers of Film, TV and Entertainment. Click on the InBetween the Music Link in the IBM Show Archive on…Read more
YWCA: Eliminating Racism, Empowering Women & Encouraging Leadership
My “Yellow Brain” is honored to be the Keynote Speaker and present “The Power of Your Colorful Brain” at the 1st Lake County “Women In Leadership Making A Powerful Impact” Leadership Breakfast, tomorrow morning, March 2, 2012. The Women in Leadership Breakfast Series unites women throughout Lake County, Illinois and has 3 primary goals: (1) to create a meaningful networking opportunity, (2) to inspire…Read more
Music & Words to Enhance Your Creativity
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…Read more