New Local Biz Marketing Book With 7 Ways To Generate Ideas Using Brainstorming

Dan Crider launched a brand new book for local business, “Cloudy With A Chance of Brainstorm”, which shows decision makers a way to find new and better solutions to old nagging problems using proven brainstorming techniques. Available through or at

Author, consultant and entrepreneur Dan Crider just released his brand new book for local businesess, “Cloudy With A Chance of Brainstorm”. The book went live July 20 on and is expected to become a big hit with decision makers in local businesses.

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This is the twelfth book Crider has released. The book was written with the aim of helping local business management teams find new and better solutions to old nagging problems. There’s also particular excitement about this launch because this book is one of five in the Local Biz Cafe Book Series focusing on local business organizations.

“Cloudy With A Chance of Brainstorm” sets its main focus on teaching 7 most effective brainstorming methods used by local business owners and managers. Readers will likely be interested in experimenting with each of these brainstorming methods to decide which to put into their arsenal.. The book’s cover art was created by the author himself and Cloudy With A Chance of Brainstorm is being released by Wealth Net LLC.

Dan Crider has a background in founding and running local businesses. This helped shaped the creation of the book by providing a laboratory to test strategies and tactics of running a small and local business.

When asked about why he wrote the book, Crider said: “to encourage entrepreneurs to take the massive action required for generating new ideas through brainstorming”

Crider has hopes that the book will prevent decision makers from making common brainstorming mistakes. This positive outlook from the author is certainly testament to his optimism considering some of the mishaps during its creation. For example, at one point one of the brainstorming team’s stronger members overshadowed a more tentative idea giver. This is a common mistake made by many brainstorming groups.

In a recent interview, the author made a point of thanking a willing tribe of contributors who had powerful input in the development of this book. Crider expressed particular gratitude “to Dave Moxley for sharing his unedited opinions and sharp honesty.”

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Release ID: 124589