The book is divided into seven different parts/cases with characters that are experiencing reorganizing of their thinking into a new story about the problem they are trying to solve. My favorite is the fifth story – “El Otro Lado” – which describes the challenges a potential immigrant faces in the process of deciding to come to a “land of opportunity” or staying in his or her homeland.
“Paint It Black” is packed with interesting, real-life examples, conversations, anecdotes, and techniques. I think many people may be able to transform attitude into action; insight into better decisions and intuitive intelligence into improved timing by internalizing the strategies outlined in this book. I highly recommend it!
About the Author
Rom Gayoso is a professional economist with 12+ years of experience in the Semiconductor industry and he teaches graduate Economics, Statistics and Management courses at local universities in Phoenix, AZ. His expertise is in Econometric Modeling, Competitive Intelligence and Scenario Planning; he is responsible for developing several forecasting models for a Fortune 500 firm. His materials have been presented both in the United States and abroad - at SCIP, World Future Society, Institute of Business Forecasting, Intelligence for Business Strategy, Executive MindXchange, Market Research Summit, and Future Trends Conferences.
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