Unlock Your Inner Genius

While logical, conventional thinking is useful most of the time, it simply can’t deliver fresh ideas all of the time. Disruption is changing the way businesses operate. Isn’t it time we disrupt the way we think?

Telling someone to “think outside the box” is a lot like showing a child the answer to a math problem without sharing the steps involved to get there. How does one really “think outside the box?” The good news is that it’s surprisingly easy. Plus, there is science to back it up. Fresh, independent, and creative thoughts are possible simply by activating the right hemisphere of the brain. Combined with everyday, logical thinking, these ideas can change a company or revolutionize a career. I’ve termed this process Ideation – a disruption of traditional brainstorming, and I can share it with you and your team.

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Thought Revolution

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Eighteen years ago I was feeling stuck in my personal life. I was busy. I was successful. But something was missing. In my search for a solution, I stumbled upon a methodology that helped me gain the self-awareness needed to make the changes I needed to move forward. Armed with this personal victory, I began to wonder if I could create a process that would allow me to apply these same methods to the business world.

The result was Thought Revolution. This process turned business tool not only helped me grow my company eightfold over a 12-year period, but also gave me the self-understanding and happiness that might have otherwise taken me decades to realize. The book takes a long-studied method and simplifies it in a way that will allow anyone to replicate this process. Think of it as a map to the buried treasure inside your own mind.

My engagement with businesses large and small has made it clear that the Ideation process is as effective in delivering business results as it is in transforming one’s personal life.

Customer Success

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“I was skeptical at first, but the Ideation process yielded five to six big, new ideas that were not on our radar screen at the company.”
Steve Crimmins, Chief Marketing Officer,
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“Our 43 managers were completely engaged in your process and I was astounded the six big ideas surfacing resulted in a 20% bottom-line improvement—right in the middle of a recession.”
Matt Matthews, CEO, Crown Vision Centers

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Speaking Engagements

“Think Outside the Box” is the most overused hyperbole in business. Discover the science behind this specific, proven methodology that can be learned and applied to boost creative thinking.

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Ideation Sessions

It’s easy to get stuck. Ideation sessions have helped companies reach the big, bold breakthroughs they’ve been searching for. This creative thinking process has often-times led to solutions to problems that have been left unanswered for far too long.

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Organizational Development

It’s no secret that individuals who are more self-aware are better leaders and better team members. Teaching individuals how to use whole brain thinking allows for better problem-solving and more productive teams.

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