Thoughtwrestling’s intellectual and emotional wrestling ring has four corners:
- Creative thinking
- Problem solving
- Motivation and will
Thoughtwrestling is a resource for the problem solver, the doer, the creator, and the ambitious person that wants to use their emotional brains and intellectual brawn to do great things. This isn’t always easy. Sometimes we just need the right stimulation, the right information, or the right advice to get past the hurdle that we can’t jump over by ourselves.
Thoughtwrestling was created by Mark Dykeman, an IT business analyst by day and a writer/creator whenever he can be. Mark’s obsessed with writing, creativity, pop culture, games, problem solving and getting better. The only Apple device he owns is an iPod. He’s just stubborn enough to think that he can be creative and connected without a device that starts with the letter “i”. But he’s trying to keep an open mind about it.
Mark’s got an undergraduate business degree, a certification in production and inventory management and has several communications designations from Toastmasters. A recovering ex-manager, his work has been published in a number of great blogs and websites, in Toastmasters magazine, and he used to write a technology column for his local newspaper. He loves good books, food, music, walking, science fiction and fantasy, social media, and, of course, his family.
(insert obligatory joke about pretentious third-person bio writing – I’m almost pretentious enough to write one myself.)