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Emotional Intelligence / Cross Cultural Communication

Brainstorming ideas on Emotional Intelligence (EQ)  and positive cross cultural communication.

Listen to Brainstorming Network Group member discuss the Matrix Model: Click below -

The 3rd Annual Brainstorming Day On September 10, 2021

Join in at the following: 

Brainstorming Day at Facebook - Link

Brainstorming Day at LinkedIn - Link

The Brainstorming Network Group (BNG) has dedicated September 10th as Brainstorming Day to coincide with the National Swap Ideas Day.

[Brainstorming Day] National Swap Ideas Day is observed annually on September 10th to encourage everyone to share a creative or helpful idea with someone and to trade those thoughts for the thoughts of others in return.

We are developing the following themes for that day and remain open for more ideas.

Brainstorming Day theme ideas:
1) Aeronautics, Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Cosmology.
2) Systems for Health, Wellness, and Mental Health.
3) Environmental Sciences, Renewable Energy, and Conservation of Natural Resources. [clean water sustainability, desalinization, solar and wind power, urban farming, etc.]
4) Inequity, Disparities, Homelessness, Urban Planning, etc.
5) Creativity and the Arts. 


For National Women's History Month (March)

#SeeHerBrainstorm Nominees - Year 2021

Women Brainstorming Visionaries

The Brainstorming Network Group (BNG) has designated #SeeHerBrainstorm to promote the best to represent increased authentic portrayals of women in all fields. 

STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics

STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics


Arts, Athletics, Business, Entertainment, Media, Service

See Updates Here Link

Link <<---- Women Leadership Quotes

Link <<---- Nominations For Top Women Entrepreneurs 




Brainstorming the Occam's Razor

Occam’s Razor - aka Ockham’s Razor or Ocham’s Razor: 

The Law of Parsimony – the problem-solving principle that states that “Entities should not be multiplied without necessity.”

The idea is attributed to English FranciscanFranciscan friar William of OckhamWilliam of Ockham (c. 1287–1347), a scholasticscholastic philosopher and theologiantheologian.


Occam’s Razor states that:

1) One should not make more assumptions than needed. 1.a) “plurality should not be posited without necessity.”

2) When multiple explanations are available for a phenomenon, the simplest version is preferred.


In Occam’s Razor the primary thought is on the Assumptions rather than Simplicity. We must not assume more than necessary.


Occam’s Razor does NOT say that the simplest is ALWAYS the preferred, best solution.





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