THE POWER OF IMAGINATION, INTENTION AND FLOW IN THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS

THE POWER OF IMAGINATION, INTENTION AND FLOW IN THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS

“That’s what I want for my children and many others in the world who see virtue and magic in it. I see this way of thinking as one way of enabling far greater balance in business and life between linear thinking and nature based artistic creativity.” – Charles E. Smith, Ph.D.

 

Illustration by Nicolas Lachance-Brais, Concept Artist

 

 

 

Letter to My Son

July 27, 2021

Dear Thomas,

I am writing to you because I care about your future and I want you to grow up in a brighter world that would promote the values of respect, kindness and empathy, in which human beings would unite and collaborate using imagination, intention and flow to create new possibilities, while working and living in harmony and balance with nature. This is my dream for you and for future generations. This is the legacy I hope to leave behind.

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Jean-Marc SheitoyanThoughtful and empathetic business executive with strong leadership skills and entrepreneurial spirit, excellent communication and soft skills, project and organizational management skills, agility, perseverance and resilience. Passionate about exploring the possibilities by which human potential, innovation, design and technology could contribute to creating a preferred and sustainable future, Jean-Marc Sheitoyan fosters a motivating and collaborative work atmosphere through generous listening and committed speaking. His core values are respect, integrity, kindness, open-mindedness, curiosity, mutuality, imagination, creativity, innovation, empowerment, commitment and accountability. Ingenious and resourceful, Mr. Sheitoyan is a responsible manager who performs well under pressure, anticipating obstacles and finding solutions to meet project objectives on time and on budget. He has hands-on experience in several business functions including strategic planning, project management, industrial design, R&D, prototyping, manufacturing, international business development, marketing, sales and fundraising. Subject-matter expert in human augmentation exoskeletons, integrated soldier systems, personal protective equipment, load-carriage, personal thermoregulation systems, wearables and soft goods. He has in-depth knowledge of collaborative innovation (resolving tough challenges with optimal effectiveness and velocity to create breakthrough solutions), design language (proprietary product differentiation strategy), additive manufacturing technologies (including metals and plastics), and materials for safety and security (including composites, foams and technical textiles). Drawing from his vast experience in international business travel, Jean-Marc celebrates cultural and linguistic diversity. He is attracted to organizations that promote a culture of leadership, excellence, collaboration, innovation and sustainable development.

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