I’m the author of the book Disruptors: The Gateway to Genius level Thinking. This is a new book based upon 14 years of research and interviews and is packed full of new insights and methods for remapping how you think, act, and live, in a profoundly different and radical new way.
The art of Disruptive thinking is about finding your own unique genius mindset. It’s much more than what society deems as counterculture or controversial. It’s about learning how to trust in and access your intuitive mindset, which is where the biggest ideas reside, the brightest creations flourish, and the most significant life-altering changes happen. The more you begin to master this style of thinking, the greater the opportunities, and the more expansive your mindset will become.
In addition to writing, I have been a speaker and trainer, and have served as a guest Strategy Coach, consulting and speaking at USC’s Lloyd Greif Entrepreneurial School and the USC Marshall School of Business, UCLA’s Anderson School of Business Management, and as guest advisor at Anne Arundel College in Maryland for the School of Business Management and Entrepreneurial Studies. I’ve been a keynote presenter and award winning speaker at Toastmasters International, and a presenter for SANG (Speakers and Authors Networking Group).
For over 20 years I have been searching for ways to improve the human consciousness, create a more complete idea for our potential, learn new techniques to become better thinkers, grow as more compassionate and involved connectors, and become valued contributors to this planet. Essentially, my goal is to figure out how to bring to everyone the best methods for accessing their own style of genius.
In other words, finding great ideas is not enough. I want to show you the best ways to implement them, apply them to your daily life, and not only enhance who you are, but develop a more conscientious footprint on this planet, if that is something you desire.
I focus on areas such as . . .
Much of what I write about is based upon my research, and then, through years of trial and testing, synthesize it down to the methods that get the best, fastest, and simplest results. I have done a lot of reading, researching, and interviewing over the years that you will benefit from. I’ve dedicated myself to understanding the two most powerful thinking styles, and why Albert Einstein deemed one more valuable than the other. I don’t dismiss the value of rational thought, but I do teach the lesser used but highly enriching method of intuitive thinking. I’ve studied those people who have had the biggest impact and change in the areas of art, science, engineering, architecture, sports, fashion, medicine, philosophy, psychology, and so much more. I consider it my mission to find the best methodologies and teach them in a way that ultimately benefits both you and the planet. My personal belief is that we should never just improved mankind if it doesn’t also serve the world that has served and provided for us. But I will make this easy to learn, and nothing will be too daunting or complicated.
Humans aren’t the only ones on this planet. And if we keep taking and never give back then what will we have left? Intellect is not meant for selfish purpose or simply for monetary gain. Instead, it should be something that contributes and connects us on a larger scale, benefiting the many, not just the few.
And just like you, I am in a constant state of learning. I don’t and won’t claim to have all the answers, but I love sharing what I’ve learned in the hope that others can learn and benefit from what I’ve discovered. And hopefully, you’ll get something really cool from these experiences.
You can start by reading my articles or you can check out my book.
They don't know the outcome but they know that creativity is born from the adventure.
They are willing to take chances to see where their ideas and path leads.
Thinking more from their intuition, they allow their divergent mindset to thrive.
Filled with wonderment, they let questioning and their inquisitive nature be their guide.
They understand that failure can be an important part of the developmental process and welcome it when it happens.
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