"Genius is in-born, may it never be still-born."

"Oysters, irritated by grains of sand, give birth to pearls. Brains, irritated by curiosity, give birth to ideas."

"Brainpower is the bridge to the future; it is what transports you from wishful thinking to willful doing."

"Unless you keep learning & growing, the status quo has no status."

Thursday, August 19, 2010


I have taken the liberty of adapting slightly what Dilip Mukerjea has originally written on the last page i.e. page #168, of his wonderful book, 'Taleblazers: Imagination to Imprint', as follows:

'Taleblazers is the creative affirmation that ‘Beauty lies in the brain of the beholder, and within the hearts of ‘taleweavers’.

The quickest path between one person and another is a tale or story.

Taleblazing has a direct impact on Boosting Your Business by:

* building intelligence;
* enhancing communication;
* developing rapport;
* crafting strategy;
* exercising leadership; and
* igniting entrepreneurship;

You can’t bore people into buying your offerings! Customers don’t just buy products; they buy what these products and services are going to do for them.

Taleblazers teaches you how to think, learn,communicate, and bond, and to sell your brand...via a supercreative platform of taleblazing techniques that arouse interest, build expertise, and close the sale."

He continues on the backcover:

"In a world of bare-knuckle competition, your voice counts: write, publish, and set the fires of innovation ablaze!

This book is about: YOU, the author, writing with authority, expressing your authenticity!"

The foregoing epilogue in the book sums up exactly what I have originally planned to write in this blogpost.

'Taleblazers' is also part of 'The Creative Brain Series', by Dilip Mukerjea. The series comprises: 'Building Brainpower', 'Brain Symphony', 'Surfing the Intellect', & 'Unleashing Genius'.

[All the books in 'The Creative Brain Series' are readily available at most of the Kinokuniya Bookstores. If you encounter acquisition problems, please write to the author at

Alternatively, overseas readers can check out his corporate website.]

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