The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind

How to Rewire Your Brain and Your Business for Success

Praise

“I highly recommend that you look at your organization through the lens of The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind. If you do so, your business will improve in unexpected ways.”

—Mark Waldman, author of Words Can Change Your Brain and How God Changes Your Brain (Oprah editor’s pick for 2012)

“It takes a lot of smarts to run a business, but not just any smarts. Four specific mental skills or ‘intelligences’ will help make any entrepreneur more successful, according to Valeh Nazemoff.”

—Minda Zetlin, “4 Mental Skills Every Business Leader Needs,” Inc., Dec. 24, 2014

“Nazemoff’s book, which sounds applicable to any number of business decision-makers besides the CIO, may be a great way for organizations to start 2015 off with a fresh approach to tackling their toughest challenges.”

—Shane Schick, “An Organizational Psychologist’s Guide to Rewriting the Future,” CA Technologies “Highlight” blog., Jan. 21, 2015

“Valeh Nazemoff recommends leaders apply what she calls ‘mastermind intelligence’ to find strategy sweet spots by being smart about financial, customer and business data.”

—Sonja Carberry, “Keep Business Strategy in Motion to Stay Competitive,” Investor’s Business Daily, Jan. 8, 2015

“The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind uses a revolutionary four quadrant approach to teach you how to retrain your brain to optimize and transform your business. Valeh Nazemoff has written an excellent book with a commonsense approach and clear guidance.”

—Shaun Khalfan, Chief, Cyber Infrastructure, Department of the Navy Chief Information Office

“The 4 Intelligences of the Business Mind is a must-read book for every business person. Do not put this book down until is completely read.”

—Chuck Corjay, Retired Chairman of AFCEA International

“Valeh Nazemoff has written an intelligent, thoughtful book full of insight and practical advice. The 4 Intelligences of the Business Mind reframes the way our minds work, and in doing so transforms how we drive business forward. This book is a must read!”

—Joe DiStefano, Senior Vice President and Market Executive, Cardinal Bank

“A unique and expanded perspective on what business intelligence really encompasses.  Practical, relevant, insightful, engaging, and a pleasant read. The 4 Intelligences of the Business Mind puts human decision making in to a whole new light, demystifying the emotions that often keep us from making the best decisions possible.  Nazemoff brings intelligence to life, revealing practical steps that will allow you to reinvent your business and customer relationships!”

—James Brady, PhD, FHIMSS, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Kaiser Permanente Orange County

“Brilliant! The 4 Intelligences of the Business Mind is a must read if you want to achieve success in the business world. The author clearly details the path to business success – and it all starts with you. The human mind is where learning and transformation begin. Four core intelligences are explained in detail, with the key emphasis on their integration with each other. The author then brings it all together with an overview of how to create a winning strategy map. If you are searching for something to transform the way you approach business – you just found it in this book. I highly recommend you get a copy and kick-start your journey – TODAY!”

—Diana Parks, Program Director, Global Education, CA Technologies
“Nazemoff offers a framework to help business leaders sort through the endless barrage of data and make decisions effectively… and ultimately helps your business transform and grow to where you want it to be.”
—Nicole Fallon, Business News Daily
“Impressively organized and presented, “The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind” will prove to be an invaluable and instructive reference for anyone charged with a managerial responsibility within a business, academic, or governmental organization. Thoroughly ‘reader friendly’ throughout, “The Four Intelligences of the Business Mind” should be a part of every professional, corporate, academic, governmental, and community library Management Studies reference collection and supplemental reading list.”
—John Burroughs, Midwest Book Review

“I found it to be an easy read and yet detailed at the same time. There is even a chapter on integrating the 4 intelligences. I think it’s worth reading. You can go straight to an area you are interested in or read the whole thing. It’s not a heavy read – only about 120 pages of very clear information that any business owner would find valuable.”

—Diane Helbig, Seize This Day