I am a big fan of the famous Elsie Lincoln Benedict, whose research demonstrated that human “types” were more important than race. Her thesis gave me the inspiration for my own research.
For the last few years, I have worked on a method ©Language Mapping System -©ccDict; that simplifies communication between generations and among different language groups. It is customizable, and both simpler and more advanced than what we currently have available; it is uniquely geared toward the visual learner.
One of its fundamental approaches is: forget about studying, just use the method, and use it worldwide.
©LMS-©ccDict involves cooperation of all language groups, from the smallest ones to the largest, for research, marketing, and distribution. This is an excellent way to push for multiple forms of communication, and also provides easy access to information on important new events.
A few words about me:
I am an architect turned businesswoman. For more than ten years, I have divided all my professional activities equally between two European countries: Germany and Lithuania.
In addition, I have other business interests; such as business fields with neuroprefix: neuroeconomics, neuromarketing, neuroethics, and neuroleadership; investment in real estate, and the legal service.