About Us

Marketing and Selling Your Knowledge…


We help educators and students become thought leaders on LinkedIn to maximize their income opportunities.  

We do this by:

1. Assisting educators in turning their knowledge and experience into educational products and services that instruct, as well as reap financial rewards;

2. Helping students gain a competitive advantage by creating content on their LinkedIn profile that demonstrates their critical thinking, decision-making, and problem solving skills to employers.


Don't forget to view our catalog of advanced thinking models
in Business and Leadership Development by clicking:Catalog


You’ll learn:

How to become a thought leader that colleagues follow and look to for guidance.

The best way to earn the most money in your profession (and why most people never get this).

How the IBAR Critical Thinking Method helps you develop solutions to business and academic problems.

The 3-step process for becoming 90% more known within the field of education.

How to use LinkedIn to attract decision-makers that want your expertise.

The reasons why entrepreneurial educators create the best online educational products and services.

How to get to the top of your profession within months, not years.


How the Training is Delivered:

Onsite (We come to you) or offsite (You come to us)

E-course & online consulting

Flexible dates & times


Partial List of Clients:

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

Turner Broadcasting

Cobb Works (Georgia)

MARTA Police Department

Red Eye Bail Bonds

The Georgian Club



Certification course (Minimum 10 participants)

Tuition starts at $1,129.97 per person onsite; $2,729.97 per person offsite…


New Report!

The SBA says…

"On behalf of the U.S. Small Business Administration, we thoroughly enjoyed your presentation...Your sharing of invaluable information to small businesses on how to effectively apply critical and strategic thinking to resolve business problems was well-received by the participants. We look forward to working with you again." --Dorothy G. Atkins, Supervisory Economic Development Specialist