About J. Thomas Hood III

I believe our mission should be to make the world better than we found it. Since becoming a CPA, I have found that CPAs are in a position to help a lot of people, after all, everything we do translates into money and economics. Since CPAs are experts in the lnguage of business - we are uniquely qualified to contribute in numerous ways, often hidden from the avreage person. That is why I love the statement our Profession came up with during the cPA Vision project in the late 1990s, <br /><br />CPAs...Making Sense of a Changing and Complex World!

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • J. shared from Shine: Using Brain Science to Get the Best from Your People by Ned Hallowell
    If you hold nothing back, if you take chances and give your all, if you serve the world well, then you will exult in what you’ve done and you will shine—in the eyes of the world, in the eyes of those who matter to you, and in your own eyes as well.
  • J. shared from Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of the Creative Mind by Biz Stone
    Creativity is a renewable resource. Challenge yourself every day. Be as creative as you like, as often as you want, because you can never run out. Experience and curiosity drive us to make unexpected, offbeat connections. It is these nonlinear steps that often lead to the greatest work.
    Note: Remember this from @biz this morning? #sagesummit
  • J. shared from Things a Little Bird Told Me: Confessions of the Creative Mind by Biz Stone
    It’s a story about making something out of nothing, about merging your abilities with your ambitions, and about what you learn when you look at the world through a lens of infinite possibility. Plain hard work is good and important, but it is ideas that drive us, as individuals, companies, nations, and a global community. Creativity is what makes us unique, inspired, and fulfilled. This book is about how to tap into and harness the creativity in and around us all.
    Note: Already have @biz book on my kindle - thanks #SageSummit for the inspiration!
  • J. shared from The End of Competitive Advantage: How to Keep Your Strategy Moving as Fast as Your Business by Rita Gunther McGrath
    Stability, not change, is the state that is most dangerous in highly dynamic competitive environments.
    Note: From @rgmcgrath
  • J. shared from The End of Competitive Advantage: How to Keep Your Strategy Moving as Fast as Your Business by Rita Gunther McGrath
    Stability, not change, is the state that is most dangerous in highly dynamic competitive environments.
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J. Thomas Hood III