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Book Kick Off Party

Sunday, October 24th, 2010
Olive Market crew
Olive Market
Olive Market

After long last, it was great to assemble friends earlier this year at the Olive Market restaurant in Georgetown Ct. to introduce my book. I really appreciate all of you who attended and the well wishes from those who could not. My friends at the Olive Market made it a special night – the place looked great and the food is amazing. Stop in to see the beautiful paintings by Erin Nazzaro too. All of you have been a part of making the book happen, and I look forward to sharing where it all goes from here!    Cheers!

Come say hello!

Saturday, March 6th, 2010


In an effort to get out and explain Catalytic Thinking to interested people I plan visit places where this might make sense. I suppose that would be considerate book stores but I would certainly not limit it to just those venues.

I envision combining a little reading, a lot of explaining, and a fair amount of show & tell, all in short time. I will explain how Catalytic Thinking works to generate breakthrough ideas, and how the Five Keys to Positive Change led to my “Midlife Epiphany,” resulting in a greater involvement in the Creative Process.

What I really want is to hear from you how any part of the book or site had a positive impact on your efforts to make positive changes and be more creative. So please come visit and say hello! (Please call the location to confirm the event)

Ridgefield CT Library 7/27 at 7:30pm

Will visit: Larchmont NY, Chatham MA, Rumson NJ, Marthas Vineyard

Welcome! and…uh, how’d you get here?

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Bulb in headIt has been a wonderful journey to finish the book and website, and have my written words complete their metamorphosis into read words!

For my first post to the discussion page of my Catalytic Thinking site, please indulge my curiosity and tell me how you got here? How did you find out about my book, or the site?

I know the answer for those close to me – I jammed a copy in their hands and asked for feedback, which they provided as an obligation, and for which I am grateful. But you… without any obligation or favor asked, you heard or read or just stumbled upon, and then took the initiative to navigate here. Your journey is what I hope to hear with this post. I will offer many other posts that will be dedicated to the experience you had with the book and the site, but for now – please tell me how you arrived here. I’m truly appreciative that you did… and very curious how.