The Creative Cycle of Business

Mark Hamilton, founder of the Neothink Society and the Twelve Visions Party, talks about the creative cycle of business.

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15 Responses to The Creative Cycle of Business

  1. Karen Lorraine Venn says:

    Thank you Mark Hamilton for explaining Business, Henry Ford & his assembly line & what creative cycle is; also, thank you for explaining the creative cycle, by finding the puzzle piece that will actually work, to us. By the way, I’m still finding that puzzle piece, that’ll fit to where I want to go, with my Friday Night Essence

  2. Rosa Lerblance says:

    When I was working in a business I didn’t have the mentality to manage the store
    correctly. I had so many problems running it nothing would go right. All of this
    was before I joined the Society. I see so many things now that were wrong in my
    life. I realize now when I start a business it will prosper as I will use all the
    knowledge I’ve learned to make it a success.

  3. Pete Zerger says:

    Efficiency in business is a key to forward movement.

  4. Claire Racine says:

    Yes, Mark, I agree that this is a business. Business creates greater value to profit
    those who create the values and enhance the lives of those receiving the values.
    It all works to create changes. It is dynamic, not static.
    As the pieces of the ‘big picture” evolve, better and more workable solutions
    present themselves.
    You will know when a puzzle piece is right and workable when it fits and feels good.
    When it doesn’t, it will not integrate, enhance and create greater value for all
    When it is right, you will know.
    If you always follow your creative knowingness in business, to find and implement the
    correct puzzle pieces, everything will turn to your advantage.
    This is a fun and easy process when you do what you love, and love what you do.
    That is how life is meant to be.
    Thanks Mark Hamilton for giving me greater insights into Business, my own creative ability and the know-how to create grater value in everything I do.

  5. Richard Crookshank says:

    Every day is a new day to discover new ideas, NEO-THINKING brings changes every day.

  6. Gregory Klatt says:

    The Chief Aim is reached by going in Steps or Cycles. One step at a Time.

  7. Lisa Newton says:

    I like that attitude of ‘we work it until the correct piece is found,’ rather than the old idea of ‘there’s one way to do it, and it must look, act and quack like this.’ That sort of openness, of creative approach to business, changes everything! Then it becomes of sort of fun game, working it–working it–until you get it, but with enjoyment and a certain looseness and fun, like Monopoly in real life.

  8. The creative circle of business is the mini-day, power-thinking team and the oriental tracking reports, These are the master piecies of business. A beautiful soul in the neothink world called ERIC SAVAGE quoted:”Business is the ultimate frontier for the NEOTHINK MIND, Essentially all human values are created, developed and marketed by the hard, consistent efforts and integrated thinking required for business. Goodman.

  9. Alan Cleal says:

    In a similar vein about thirty years ago, Steve Jobs and his fellow visionaries at Apple Computer developed the first graphical user interface operating system. They succeeded in making software more intuitive and user friendly than ever before. The launch of the Macintosh computer changed the industry forever.

  10. Russ Creamer says:

    Being creative is a must for business. Me must always improve. I like the story of Henery Ford.

  11. Good level of integration!

  12. Russ Creamer says:

    Good honest creative business will lead the way.

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