Gerald Sindell is the author of The Genius Machine: The 11 Steps That Turn Raw Ideas Into Brilliance and a partner in agencyforsocialmedia.com, which helps small and large organizations build thriving communities. He speaks and writes on the development of new ideas, and teaches organizations of all kinds to learn to innovate. Gerald has been called “The Obi-Wan Kenobi of breakthrough thinking,” by fellow Huffington Post author Ken Dychtwald.
Gerald grew up in Cleveland, moved to LA after college. At 23 he wrote and directed Double-Stop, a full length film about the intersection between art and racial justice in an urban setting. The film went to Cannes and at the Atlanta film festival won The Silver Phoenix for World’s Best Feature Motion Picture. His first publishing company was Tudor Publishing and subsequently he founded Knightsbridge Publishing.