"When I was reading the description of my BrainStyle I had to do all I could not to burst into tears! Because, like the person described in your book, I felt that FINALLY someone knew what was going on in my 'weird' mind... I wasn't weird: I was OK, I AM OK!!! You have no idea what a relief it was to find at 35 that this is the case. At 35 I feel like my life is just beginning!!... I now feel like I don't constantly have to apologize sic for who I am. to others and myself... I feel vindicated, liberated."
personal assistant for the city of Casey
"You know P&G is so big on training, and in my five years there, I went to dozens of training sessions each year. But your BrainStyles program has had the biggest impact on my life, and it is the one I fall back on continually: Please do nor take this as flattery, but as honesty. In fact, when I first started in my position at the university, I had difficulty working with our president, so I asked him to do your BrainStyles Inventory® to help me understand where he was coming from on his reactions and his decision making process. He did and it was very beneficial. I've been here seven years now."
Director of Marketing & Public Relations,
former Procter & Gamble employee,
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
"Your book has had the deepest impact on my coaching and on my own personal life. When people hire a coach, it is often because they feel an urgency to change themselves rather than the situation they are in. They are intrigued when I suggest to them the most efficient way to change could be to not change! It is amazing how BrainStyles can help all of us to reconnect and empower our true selves."
Catherine Beau-Wedemeyer, BrainStyles coach
formerly an executive with Bosch Industries and Andersen Consulting
I have read Polish version of the book and I have to say ... it is great! This book changed my life. I was always thinking that I was not right. Now I can see that there are other people like me and that they are even successful. My plan is work on my strengths. I am hoping that since not to cry on my non-strengths any more sic). I have understood that I cannot be Conceptor or Knower. And it is OK. I am Conciliator, and I have something to offer that other people do not have. Thank you for giving me hope.
Aga (Agnicszka Sypniewska)