"There has been, it seems, a library of books published in the past several years aimed entirely at encouraging us to improve ourselves and to change. The message has been that if we do not change we will not be able to meet the demands of an ever-changing world. How refreshing now to read BrainStyles by Marlane Miller, who, instead of encouraging us to change, gives us the tools and guidance to discover and affirm who we really are--how we think and how we respond. From there, Ms. Miller teaches us how to recognize and affirm the people we love and work with, leading them to a better, more sensitive, and more effective way of being.
I recommend this book as a tool for both life and work."
James A. Autry
author of Love and Profit and Confessions of an Accidental Businessman
retired president of the magazine group of the Meredith Corporation
Brain Styles is a common denominator across all humankind regardless of gender, race, ethnic origin, etc. It is something that brings diverse people together on common ground.
customer business development manager for Asia
The Procter & Gamble Company,
"I've personally found the BrainStyles concept to open a rich, untapped resource of diversity within our work group. The rewards were definitely worth the time and energy Investment."
~ Tom A. Muccio, vice president, customer business development
Procter & Gamble Worldwide
“BrainStyles helped me change my life to one of self-contentment and renewed spirituality. I feel in control now so I can be much more empathetic of other people’s shortfalls and focus instead on their strengths. The net result is that my relationships and career are much more successful than in the past.”
Vice President & General Manager,
Frito Lay Inc.,