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June 30th 2011:Our Minds are Amazing Tools for Creative Endeavors

What do a business entrepreneur and retired Olympian gymnast have in common besides friendship? They have the ability to use their mind to visualize what others think impossible and to accomplish things others only dream about. Listen to their stories.

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James Greene

James D. Greene has over 28 years of management, marketing, and strategic business development experience at companies including Microsoft, Texas Instruments and NCR. He co-founded the WWW Internet Fund with Lawrence York in 1996, the first public mutual fund to invest in the Internet industry, which was awarded a Five Star rating by Morningstar. In 2008, Mr. Greene founded Greene Systems, Inc. to assist technology companies with business strategy, business development and acquisition/spin-off projects with clients such as Cisco Systems, Quest Software and Bain Capital. In late 2010, Mr. Greene founded Next Wave Advisors, LLC to launch a new hedge fund product that will utilize a qualit
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Jack Miles

Jack Miles, retired Olympian gymnast was inducted into the USA Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 1993. In ‘55 he was named to the Pan-American Olympic Team and in ‘56 to the U. S. Olympic squad. He was an integral part of Florida State University’s competitive team that won five NCAA and AAU championships in the 1950’s. He was an All-American and a member of the first Florida College or University sports team to win a National Team title. Jack invented and performed the “whippet” on the flying rings. He founded the Florida Gymnastics Association. He coached Ron Galimore, the first African-American to make the USA Olympic Gymnastics team. He acted as a stunt man, a stand double for Frank Sin
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