"Marlane Miller's insightfulness and interpretation of four basic right-left brain personality types is outstanding. If previously you have been confused or unsatisfied with all the other 5, 6, 7, 8 or 16-fold typologies, BrainStyles is the book for you! It is mind-enlightening, and quite personally engaging... This book is NOT a neurological guidebook nor a post-graduate thesis like other personality assessments can be... I look forward to more books from this author."
psychology research director
Los Angeles, CA
"First of all, I think that the BrainStyles test and literature is not only applicable in business situations, but I also find it very useful in my personal life as well. After reading this book, I bought another and gave it to my fiancée to improve the odds of our marriage being successful."
"I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who has a genuine interest in improving the performance of those around them and their teams. In my work setting, I will endeavor to apply these principles. I will first have to focus on myself, but I think that finding others' strengths and bartering with them to cover my 'non-strengths' will be beneficial to our whole team."
Comments from Southern Methodist University MBA students
"This is a whole system for living. I use it with my family, friends, and people at work. Knowing BrainStyles has made me more secure with people, especially new Customers, who [sic) I have to get to know in a pressure situation."
Dan J. Carrithers
product manager, The Dexter Corporation
"Leading From Strengths with The BrainStyles System® has been presented several times each semester this year to graduate MBA students through the Business Leadership Center, Southern Methodist University. The participants' ratings for the course are among the highest received for our courses. All students discussed the usefulness of the seminar to enhance their personal lives and relationships. I heartily endorse BrainStyles as part of an educational curriculum. It provides a very useful tool for developing personal leadership as well as a foundation for collaborating with others in teams."
Paula Hill, director, Business Leadership Center
Edwin L. Cox School of Business, Southern Methodist University