The Ultimate Language Learning

On September 25, 2010 By

I’m fortunate. Very fortunate.
I am the proud father of 3 wonderful, bright, healthy children.

I am also one of 6 siblings, all of them healthy (though I have two siblings who you would recognize in Go Ask Alice and Forrest Gump. I’ll elaborate someday soon. Both are amazing people).

I also have a […]

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How does ThoughtOffice Compare to MindMapping? First, let me state I’m a big fan of visualization of ideas. Get me within 10 feet of a whiteboard and I can’t help but grab a dry erase pen, pop the cap and start doodling. I’ll share where that came from someday. Suffice to say, when your big brother is on stage making a presentation and you just KNOW you can do better, you grab the pen and prove it…

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How Important Is A Business Plan? Depends on a lot of factors, as it turns out. Factors include your time to market, your need for venture capital, the target market for your product or service, and so on. That’s a lot of stuff to consider. Let’s say you need a loan to buy a building or tools. In a recent post by Shara Rutberg of CNNMoney.com, (link at bottom of page) she spoke with an assistant director of the Service Corps of Retired Executives, and asked him about business planning:

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BusinessWeek.com Gets Smart

On December 25, 2009 By

Very cool. Our very own ThoughtOffice was mentioned in a recent blog on BusinessWeek.com by Dr. Richard Mammone of Rutgers University. Dr. Mammone’s blog post is entitled “Humility and the Successful Startup”, and he offers a number of useful suggestions to budding entrepreneurs.

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An Innovation in Online Media

On December 25, 2009 By

Today’s post is about a new launch we’ve been working on for well over a year now… some say since 1998. It’s not about brainstorming… but it IS an innovation. And it took plenty of brainstorming to pull it together.

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This week, TED Talks posted a presentation by Saul Griffith that pushed a lot of my personal “geek” buttons – making electrical power with kites! All of us here at ThoughtOffice have a little bit of granola-crunching hippie inside us. We’ve shared many conversations about renewable energy, and leaving the planet a little better than we found it. Now, I’ll get off the pulpit, and let you watch the video:

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