Vancouver, WA (PRWEB) December 30, 2004
"The book 'Accidental Genius' perfectly aligns with our philosophy of Associative Thinking and the process of innovation that we've been using and teaching for decades" comments Mark Alan Effinger, ThoughtOffice's Chief Evangelist. "Mark (Levy) truly 'gets' the power of association, and the creative energy developed by asking questions and being free to find the uncommon associations that may result from the various words that come to mind".
ThoughtOffice Brainstorming and Creativity Software embraces these issues within a simple user interface that both asks thousands of questions in 16+ different disciplines (from Advertising to Conflict Resolution) and also uses a sophisticated 9,000,000+ Word Association Engine and image database to help create associations from fragments of thoughts, ideas and words.
The book "Accidental Genius" will be provided free to all ThoughtOffice purchasers for the month of January, as the company readies to release their upcoming new ThoughtOffice v1.5.0.
"The value of this book, working in tandem with ThoughtOffice Software, cannot be overstated" says Mr. Effinger. "We have no doubt that any problem can be addressed, and truly innovative solutions provided through the combination of 4 elements: the 'Accidental Genius' book, ThoughtOffice Software, a pen and paper, and an individual willing to 'play' for a little while".
Mark Levy's information and available resources can be found at his web site, http://www.levyinnovation.com. This Marketing Strategy Company has helped clients increase their hourly rates over 1,500%, and created billions in revenue and profit for product manufacturers and marketers from startups to the Global 5000.
ThoughtOffice Software and Innovation Solutions can be found at http://www.ThoughtRod.com. The startup has been working on creativity and promotional software solutions since 1991, and can also be found at http://www.richcontent.com
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