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About Craig Eisele and “General” information

Craig Eisele was born outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the USA. Educated at Yale, University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School of Finance, Mr. Eisele has studied Marketing and Management in Undergraduate Studies, Psychological Services with focus in group process and the dynamics of groups in dealing with issues such as responsibility, authority, goal development and implementation, and in Strategic Planning and New Business Development.

Mr. Eisele has traveled to over 60 countries in the world, from China to Africa with 20 of those in Africa alone. He has consulted with and for Presidents, Heads of State, Governments and business alike.

Philosophically based in Immanuel Kant, Mr. Eisele believes that no problem is unsolvable as long as it is defined properly, and that while differences must be recognized, accepted and respected, a focus on commonality must be maintained, to find workable solutions as well as to facilitate implementation of those solutions. BY redefining problems workable solutions can always be achieved.

Mr. Eisele is not the traditional consultant and through his International Strategic Solutions Group has transcended basic strategic consulting and found unique and creative ways for Businesses to capitalize on “windows of opportunity” and for Governments to realize potentials that would not be able to be achieved in the standard traditional methods. While some might categorize Mr. Eisele as thinking outside the box, he prefers to frame it as universal thinking  with approaches to issues not normally utilized, and challenges the status quo of existing paradigms with a goal of changing then to better suit problems facing his clients.

At this time of global chaos, Mr. Eisele feels that this approach is ideal to any Country or business facing what may appear to be insurmountable problems and challenges. What was considered the “norm” can no longer be expected to bring relief to those under extreme duress as we close out this decade. Challenging the way things have been done we can jointly find new and better ways to achieve success and to deliver peace, prosperity and improve the human condition.

Mr. Eisele’s favorite quote is “If you cannot solve the problem you are facing, you are facing the wrong problem. Never be afraid to redefine your problems to find suitable and workable solutions”. It is by this statement that Mr. Eisele works and develops plans to facilitate solutions to difficulties and problems facing our world today.

Thank you for visiting.

Craig Eisele

CraigEisele@Yahoo.com

5 Comments »

  1. Hi Craig, this looks very interesting, what we as a company do is to bring companies into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) looking to rebuild the country, we will be hosting summits with large coorperations, I think you will find this very interesting.
    Should you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me.

    Arnold Brienen

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    Comment by Arnold — June 29, 2007 @ 3:48 am

  2. Hi Craig, 🙂 I see you’re following my blog, instituteforgrace.wordpress.com – Thank You! I wanted to let you know I’m merging these pages into my personal blog – tiagail.wordpress.com

    Hope you’ll continue to follow me there!
    Warmly,
    Maya-G

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    Comment by Gail (Maya-G) Taylor — February 27, 2012 @ 4:14 pm

  3. I already do follow you there… If it helps you you can schedule your posts as I have done this last week… I write/create them when I can and then if there are more than 2 I can spread them out over time.. that is why I have been so prolific the last 2-3 days.. Keep typing… and have a great day. Craig

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    Comment by Mr. Craig — February 27, 2012 @ 4:31 pm

  4. Over 60 countries? I feel intimidated. I’ve only been to 7 countries. I now feel like I haven’t traveled at all.

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    Comment by KolorBlind Princess Temi — June 4, 2012 @ 12:20 am

  5. Do not feel intimidated… I did not do it in a year or two… But I did give up a lot sometimes to gain the experience and knowledge of cultures and people that we not familiar to me… even if you have to go to an Ethiopian (or other ethnic food) restaurant to get SOME exposure… and ask them HOW to eat their food. and the history of the food.. for knowledge no matter how it is gained is a powerful thing for your future. I do wish you the best and thank you for your kind words on all my posts.stay color blind.. but love the flavors of people and the spice they will bring into your life even if you find out that your not a fan you can still learn behavior and sort through the BS to find something worthwhile in the experience.

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    Comment by Mr. Craig — June 4, 2012 @ 1:05 pm


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