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By Louis Patler

The following, the writer who originated "Break-It" pondering thoughts, describes the "THOUGHTWARE-tm" formulation for winning enterprise pondering which encapsulates the features of values, ideals and perspective. The booklet contains tales, anecdotes and examples from brand new such a lot winning businesses.

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He taught me a great lesson that I have never forgotten, one that Albert himself perhaps would have enjoyed. One day Kellin was looking at the Sunday comics section. In our local paper, the San Francisco Chronicle, there is a weekly feature about science written for kids his age. " Never one to dodge a challenge like that, I smiled and he handed me the paper and pointed to a drawing on the paper. Now, you look at this for awhile, as I did. " The Future! 17 Knowing a trick question when I see one, I scoured the drawing for every nuance of meaning, and reverted back to a Rolodex full of physics principles I had known.

On impulse, he walked in, Attitude! 46 introduced himself, and asked the owners if they would be willing to sell the restaurant to him! Thinking it was providential, the elderly Italian couple talked it over for a few days, and to Jeff's surprise accepted his offer. Jeff found two other investors, completed a major remodel and opened for business within three months — with high hopes but nary a penny to spare. On opening night there were a scant dozen or so patrons, mostly Jeff's friends and relatives.

For example, I divide the world of consumers into five categories, based in large part upon the varying ways people eat Oreo cookies! I learned this technique by observing my children assaulting a packet. ¾ ¾ My oldest son Kale is practical, he reaches into the bag and puts an entire cookie in his mouth. No frills. No patience. Grab it, and eat it. My oldest daughter Elina is more demure and prefers to dunk her Oreos, one half at a time, in milk. Removing it at precisely the right time, she nibbles at the tip of the softened cookie, often rolling her eyes in ecstasy!

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