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Worse than not having sight is having no vision.     Helen  Keller

Webster’s definition:
   brain-storming - a group problem-solving technique that involves the spontaneous contribution of ideas from all members of the group.

Governments and universities use brain-storming to help find answers to economic and social problems around the world.  Why shouldn’t you have access to the same problem solving techniques for your business?

Brain-Trusts works with individuals or groups to problem solve.  Problem solving may be used to help increase revenue and profitability of an existing business or company.  It may involve the brain-storming of a new business venture for an individual or group or the refocusing of an existing business into new and exciting endeavors.   It may also bring together the minds of several individuals to creatively think of new business ideas and concepts.  Brain-storming is designed for people who would like to have their own business, but do not know where to start.

How do we brain-storm?  We have a group discussion on what the goals, ideas or strategies are for any given situation.  We explore a variety of questions like: What would you like to manifest?  Where do you want your self or you company to be in the years to come?  Do you have years, or just months or only weeks to accomplish your goals or needs? 

What do you need to bring?  We request that you bring your brain, be ready to dialog with the others in the group, and do not be afraid to make suggestion or recommendations.  Feed your brain or thought processes off the brain-storming of the group.  Be spontaneous, if you think about your idea to long you will dismiss it with out giving the group an opportunity to expand on it.  A brain-storming session can take an idea such as selling soap at a discount into manifesting a company with the size and scope of Amway.

Arrive to your brain-storming session with an open mind.  Do not get caught up in your own paradigm, like the Swiss Watchmakers.  At the time they engineered the quartz-crystal watch, they controlled up to 90% of the watch market for the world.  So caught up in their own paradigm, not only did they not patent protect their invention, they displayed it at the Worlds Fair.  Their idea was taken by two other companies and marketed around the world.  The Swiss Watch companies now control approximately 10% of the worlds watch industry.

We are only limited by our own imaginations.  What the creative collective minds of a brain-storming can conceive the whole can manifest. 

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