What We Do

Building Better People & Businesses By Emphasizing The Importance Of Being ICONIC 

What We Do

Iconship is the goal of all aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. The very word evokes images of those magnates and tycoons we’ve all spent nights dreaming about living like. From Clive Davis to John D. Rockefeller and  the likes of Warren buffet, Steve Jobs and Elon Musk, these icons of industry have inspired each of us to reach for the stars and leave legacies for all the world to see. 


Our strategy for clients involves a series of Thought Models and conscious paradigm shifts which encourage the client to see the world in its entire splendor. We proffer objective conscious modeling and strategic decisional matrices as alternatives to conventional cognitive processes. There are endless predictive behaviors exhibited by humans that can be elicited by conscious triggers; by understanding what those are and how they work they can be placed strategically in environments that will aid in achieving a particular objective.


Think about Odysseus’ Trojan Horse or Muhammad Ali’s “Rope-A-Dope”, these strategies played on the fact that each understood their opponents tendencies and literally guided them to defeat. This same cunning is what we work to impart on our clients.


Finally, our strategies are ones meant for utter success. As a consultancy based on perceptive analysis, we are ultimately a firm that seeks the most efficient ways to feeling and experiencing success. We highly value productivity and increased profits because those assets in turn create more opportunity for effective strategic thought, a cycle of winning that is the very epitome of achievement.


Virtually any goal that can be conceived we can provide advice and strategy for. The human mind is capable of creating anything, so we are constantly reinventing our material to meet any need, any request, and any situation with unprecedented ability and flexibility. Do you want to be another failed statistic or do you want to pass from this earth an icon?