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Gerald Sindell presents The Genius Machine


GERALD SINDELL will discuss his business-savvy book, The Genius Machine: The Eleven Steps That Turn Raw Ideas Into Brilliance. Gifted with the unique ability to help people discover and apply their own innate genius, intellectual property consultant Gerald Sindell works with authors, individuals and organizations to maximize returns on their most precious capital: their ideas and innovations.

Sindell will introduce a system of thinking that has put millions of books in print, and helped a great number of authors become recognized as authorities in their fields.

“All of us have a genius inside. This is how to use it.”
— Jeffrey J. Fox, author of How to Become a Rainmaker

“Gerald Sindell is the Obi-Wan Kenobi of breakthrough thinking.”
— Ken Dychtwald, PhD, author of The Power Years

“Gerry Sindell gets the creative process better than almost anyone. If you want your own creative engine to run faster and work better, this book is an ideal user’s manual.”
— Daniel H. Pink, author of A Whole New Mind

“The Genius Machine shows how any innovator can become a brilliant thinker. As Gerald Sindell walks you through his straightforward eleven-step process, his clear thinking, smart style, and colorful examples will make a genius of you.”
— Christopher Barr, senior editorial director of Yahoo!

“The Genius Machine is passionate, provocative, powerful, and practical. Gerald Sindell weaves his experience into an essential guide for creating ideas with impact. What better gift for today’s troubled world than this compelling method for finding smarter solutions and getting them working.”
— Rosabeth Moss Kanter, professor of business at Harvard Business School and bestselling author of Confidence

“Author Gerry Sindell’s system has the unique ability to help people discover and apply their innate genius. It is a gift to us all.”
— Larry Ackerman, president of the Identity Circle

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President-elect Barack Obama’s announcement this weekend of a massive top-down jobs and infrastructure program comes as no surprise, but I had a queasy feeling as I listened to...
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Oct.17.2008 - 5:50 pm
Frontpaged in the NY Times today in an article by William J. Broad and Cornelia Dean is a comparison of the two presidential candidates' plans for renewing the United States as an...
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