Eric Schiffer is a globally acknowledged entrepreneur who is celebrated for his visionary and organizational abilities. He is the owner of a learning company that owes its roots to an education multimedia software application which he had programmed on molecular fusion. The program was acknowledged by Intel, IBM and Crown Zellerbach. According to BusinessWeek Magazine, he is one of America’s top 10 entrepreneurs along with Wayne Huzienga of Blockbuster, Herb Kelleher of Southwest Airways, Russell Simons and Richard Branson of Virgin Airways. Eric spends a substantial amount of his time researching for large scale projects that may last between 3 and 6 years.

The purpose of Schiffer’s research is to create fundamental insights and translate his findings into speeches, organizations and books. The findings of his research are then used for closely collaborating with the executives through his organizations for creating practical applications and tools that apply ideas which are discovered from his research. Eric has featured on the cover of several magazines such as the prestigious Entertainment Today and The Saturday Evening Post, among others. He was also on Cosmopolitan as a distinguished Top Bachelor. The accomplished film and animation director has directed Rachael Hunter, Robert Wagner, Faye Dunaway and Corbin Bernson.

Making It Matter with Emotionally Charged Learning

Eric Schiffer lives in California and is a member of Mensa, the world’s largest and oldest IQ society. He has authored ‘Emotionally Charged Learning’, which is considered one of the most interesting and controversial business management bestsellers of the present day. The book opens the reader to the world of utilitarian and fascinating management thinking, the focus being on emotional intelligence and learning styles. It is owing to these attributes that the book is considered as a must-have for those who are looking for better expertise in the field. The book contains helpful tips, advice and ideas pertaining to management. This makes it highly saleable.

The book by Eric Schiffer is meticulously written and thoroughly researched, and disproves a lot of organization and management related hypes. What it basically suggests is that leadership should never be mixed with emotions, and that there is no particular learning style that can make you a winner. A leader cannot be made. They are born. For Eric, what is more important than financial achievement is the asset of leadership. This is what makes a difference to the people around you and the world at large.