Sheila Glazov's Brain Buzz
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My "Blue Brain" was delighted with the abundance of thoughtful responses, good wishes and re-connections from the February "Brain Buzz." I appreciated everyone's kind remarks about my newsletter. Thank you from the bottom of my "Blue Heart"!

Get ready to...
Work Smarter - Live Better - Love More - Laugh Often!
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What's New
My What Color Is Your Brain? Facebook Fan Page will be ready soon.

My goal for the Fan Page is to offer visitors an enjoyable and educational "Brain Color" experience, where they can learn from me and other fans, gain a better understanding about communicating effectively, and building satisfying relationships with the adults and children they are related to, or want to relate to, in their workplace, home or classroom. Put your "Brain Color Caps" on, so you can join in to share your stories and ideas!

girl on diving boardWorkshop, Article & Interviews 
In February, I was fortunate to escape frigid Chicago and enjoy tropical Florida. In Miami, I had the privilege and pleasure of presenting WCIYB Team Building Workshops for the NewsLink Group corporate staff and airport store supervisors. As part of my pre-workshop preparation, I went on an "airport store field trip" to gain a better understanding about NewsLink's News/Gift, Britto and Coco Bay stores, meet other team members and joyfully see my WCIYB book prominently on the "Featured Book" table.
The article How Knowing Your Brain Color Can Make You A Better Parent was featured in February issue of  Chicago Parent Magazine.
I also took some time off to relax in the sun and enjoy watching the beginning events of the Olympic Winter Games with my husband and my former college roommate.
girl on diving boardWhat's On My Library Shelf 
Did you know that only 1 out of 4 adults reads a book a year?
It's a sad statistic, but true.
I was definately was not part of that study. I am a voracious reader and usually read several books at one time.The following titles are books I am reading or recently enjoyed. Happy Reading!
* Lessons of A Lipstick Queen by Poppy King
* When Everything Changed by Gail Collins
* Buyology by Martin Lindstrom
* Outliers by Malcom Gladwell
* A Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink
* Pinkalcious by Victoria and Elizabeth Kann (my granddaughter's favorite)
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Brain Color "Stress Less" Clues 
Everyone is feeling the effects of our difficult economy. How individuals respond to stressful situations differs because of their personality type. Understanding their Brain Colors behavior help people decrease the stress and increase the harmony in their lives.
"Yellow Brainers"
 value orderliness and need to know what is expected of them. They become stressed if their plans are disrupted or they have to deal with disorganization. When frustrated they worry and may become rigid and/or self-righteous about their ideas.

"Blue Brainers" need to spend time with family and friends and desire a peaceful lifestyle. Lack of cooperation stresses them, and they must talk about their upset. If they are frustrated they may become disheartened and emotionally overwhelmed about a situation.


"Green Brainers" are reserved individuals who require "alone time," especially when they are thinking about how to solving a problem. They stress out when dealing with incompetency. When frustrated they emotionally withdraw from others and may become condescending.


"Orange Brainers" are fun-loving dynamos who thrive on adventure and taking risks. Their greatest stressor is someone else's rules, which they think they do not have to follow. They become frustrated easily and physically "drop out" and will "pout" when they feel restricted.


Green Brainers and Yellow Brainers have an "I need to be in control" and logical attitude about stress, while Blue Brainers and Orange Brainers have an "I need to tell someone" and physical approach to dealing with stress.      

March Celebrations: 
Women's History, Employee Spirit, Listening Awareness, Nutrition & Optimism Month!
March 2nd - Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel) born 1904  
March 3rd - Alexander Graham Bell born 1842 
March 6th - Elizabeth Barrett Browning & Michelangelo Buonarroti born 1806
March 14th- 
Albert Einstein born 1879 
March 15th The Ides of March 
*The Ides of March was a Roman feast day dedicated to the god Mars and best known as the date that Julius Caesar was assassinated in 44 B.C.
March 17th - St. Patrick's Day
*The annual feast day which celebrates Saint Patrick (AD 385-461), the most commonly recognized patron saint of Ireland. Our Chicago River is dyed Green every year in honor of St. Paddy's Day. Traditionally, those who are caught not wearing green are pinched, usually in a affectionate manner.
March 24th - Harry Houdini born 1874
March 26th - Judge Sandra Day O'Connor born 1930
March 27th - Sarah Vaughan born 1924
  Next Month's Brain Buzz will include Clues
 to help each Brain Color understand how they handle their FINANCE$.
Please, contact me if you would like your next event, meeting, conference or interview to be remarkable, memorable, educational and fun!
I will be delighted to help you...
Work Smarter - Live Better - Love More - Laugh Often! 
Happy Brainday!
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