Building a T-E-A-M Culture

By James Feldman

To prepare for any sales culture we must remember that dissatisfied employees cannot satisfy external customers. Great customer service is the result of T-E-A-M   building.T-E-A-M   means Talent-Enthusiasm-Attitude-Motivation. Internal customers are as important as external customers. T-E-A-M  s are normally made up of a gathering of far-flung and unlikely ass

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24 Shifts to Instill 3D Thinking in Your Organization

By James Feldman

 Introduction to 3-D ThinkingInnovation is the quickest, most effective, and most lucrative path to success. Waiting for some other firm to introduce a product first, and then playing catch-up may be fine if you’re IBM or Coca-Cola and you can afford to wait. But such companies are notable exceptions in the game of competition. For the majority of businesses, real success comes

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3DThinking: Inside the box

By James Feldman

Once you master the 3Dthinking process and techniques you are ready to solve any problem, to discover opportunities and to create innovative solutions. This technique, when coupled with the KnowBrainer is a the perfect solution to 'mind blocks.' You’ll be shifting as SHIFT,HAPPENS around you and thriving in this ever-changing world.Innovation is the quickest, most effective, and

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Become The Director of Your Transformation

By Albert Goldson

Hollywood characters represent a template for us to emulate and affect change in ourselves through transformation and self-improvement. Sure, Hollywood movies are fantasy and perhaps just “A Paper Moon”, yet it’s scientifically proven that often the subconscious can’t tell the difference between fiction and non-fiction.From personal experience – a current, on-goin

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The Vanishing American Window Seat Tribe

By Albert Goldson

In Japan there’s a corporate subculture called mado-giwa-zoku employees or window-tribe. They are middle managers stripped of all subordinates and responsibilities – a kind of “in-house retirement”. Instead of laying off managers, large Japanese companies shame them into retirement. This is a way for Japan’s corporations to gracefully eliminate well-paid managers thro

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Fear-The Politicians Perfect Bogeyman

By Albert Goldson

There was no better bogeyman leading up to elections than a much media hyped viral epidemic like Ebola. Every politician, particularly the incumbents, were clamoring all over each other prior to mid-term elections denouncing the World Health Organization, The Center for Disease Control, President Obama, medical workers and facilities, and airport security for not protecting the American public fro

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The Downtown Millennial Scene The Past, Present and Future Working and Living Together

By Albert Goldson

The worldwide demographic trend has been towards greater urban density. In the U.S., accommodating this urban population growth is rezoning that enables the revitalization of downtown areas for both business and residential purposes. This change has been a huge attraction for Millennials on many different levels.Despite social media there is no substitute for human interaction. Since most Mill

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The Insidious Signs of Gentrification

By Albert Goldson

A neighborhood’s transformation towards gentrification begins with a series of almost simultaneous progressive changes. It almost always begins with rezoning which provides the green light – the legal basis - for developmental change from commercial/industrial to residential.Some of these initial changes geared for anticipated long-term sustained growth beyond basic beautification&

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Other Intelligence Discovery and Contact

By Dr. Paul Tinari

 Other Intelligence – Discovery and ContactQuestion: Is it possible to prove that our universe is egocentric?Answer: Yes.  If you want to know how, read on.... “Out of all the cats in the world, do you really think for one moment that yours happens to be the only one which is capable of having kittens?” Humanity is now master of the Ear

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Creativity, Engineers and Engineering in the 21st Century

By Dr. Paul Tinari

It is a fact that in many technical organizations, prolific "idea-people" have usually been seen as to unstable to head engineering development teams.  Having successfully negotiated the rigors of demanding engineering curriculums, most engineers feel that all they need for a productive career is to continue harnessing the intelligence that permitted them to enter the profession in

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