IPOs in China and Japan, inventions in clean energy, decoding Japanese negotiation strategies, incubators for creativity and innovation, the role of beauty in discovery and bringing ideas to market - Julian Gresser is a Renaissance man with an amazing array of achievements and gifts. He has written a truly original and helpful book with his own hard won understandings about how innovation can be incubated. Read it, it will enlarge your mind and you will discover your own capacity to do such things. It will grow with you and interact with your discoveries as you make them, taking them to a higher level.
John Tarrant - Zen master, author, Bring Me the Rhinoceros and other works
"Mark Twain said, 'You can't depend on your eyes if your imagination is out of focus.' In Piloting Through Chaos, Julian Gresser helps us to dream a better future and carefully outlines the steps needed to get there. Brilliantly written and meticulously researched, Gresser warns that we cannot achieve justice and abundance as individuals but only through collaboration, innovation, and fearless exploration of our own depths. And always, he reminds us, with kindness. Gresser is an international attorney, but also a 21st Century Renaissance Man, with a lifetime of experience in business, music, martial arts, invention, and meditation, He is not afraid to ask the big questions and to venture new views of how technology might be an ally in our quest for a better world."
Kenneth Cohen, author of The Way of Qigong and Honoring the Medicine
"We need a cultural revolution as transformative as were the scientific and industrial revolutions. If human culture is to survive without unacceptable impacts on the planetary environment we must live differently as a culture. This means that the arts and humanities are on the front lines of collaborating with scientists and engineers, we need a 'second rennaissance'. Julian Gresser in the second edition of "Piloting through Chaos" presents a sharply focused methodology for attacking some of the urgent problems and seizing the new opportunities."
Roger Malina, Editor, Leonardo