Category Archives: Christmas Shopping

Tis the Season to Boost Holiday Brains for Fun! (Blog Hop)

eweber   November 28, 2015   4 Comments

Simply start with newly discovered facts about the human brain, and you’ll soon ramp up fun and festivity for your holiday.

Open the personal gift of intrapersonal intelligence as your tool to tackle holiday challenges by giving and gaining far more. Offer presents like those below and find holiday miracles fit for a genius.


8 Intelligent Gifts at Christmas

eweber   December 23, 2009   1 Comment

It’s Christmas — a time for giving! It’s also recession – a time for surviving! Few would deny that when people give freely from the heart, everybody wins. And yet the very thought of Christmas  this year touches people’s hearts in a new way.  Because of lost jobs or growing … Read more »

Holiday Blues for Business Boom

eweber   November 23, 2009   3 Comments

Ever notice how Thanksgiving and Christmas tend to bring out blues in some and blessings in others? Or how lonely people see vast spaces between themselves and others – even at festive  holiday tables? First glances  show people blessed with close family and  friends feel blessed over holidays while those… Read more »

Question to Refuel Finances Past Media Fears

eweber   December 28, 2008   10 Comments

If you listened lately to the media’s constant streams of financial fears, you likely fail to shop much for loved ones over giving times such as Christmas. Not that buying less detracts from the magic of Christmas. Yet sadly,  gloomy news turns into poor proceeds for business, just as fear… Read more »

Overjoyed or Overwhelmed this Christmas?

eweber   December 6, 2008   6 Comments

Job loss, economic woes. Why do tough times stir despair in some and courage in others, especially during holidays like Christmas? When people feel life hitting back – below the belt, why do some rise and some fall? I’d been inspired  recently in discussions on this dilemma,  with Robyn, Eva,… Read more »

Christmas Shop with the Brain in Mind

eweber   November 20, 2008   2 Comments

I’ll admit that whenever I enter stores where clerks rush dive-bomb me with guises such as greetings you expect only from best friends, I run. Ok, I’m gone for a few other reasons. Every time I hear how we’ve structured national and global systems to make people buy more, cajoling… Read more »