Personal Development Exchange - IP3DE - OWN THE INNER BRILLIANCE IN YOU!
IP3DE Overview
IP3DE has taken the term "Internal Intellectual Property - (IIP)" and coined the phrase to use as the idea of developing the professional and personal character of people from the inside out.  This allows everyone to recognize that when self and social awareness collide, their most infinite potential can be accessed from within themselves to kick-start the process for achievement of all successes in life.  It only takes a spark to ignite the flame of passion for improvement, and IP3DE has the match!


To continuously develop and maintain the "idea" that we aspire to help people grow both professionally and personally as individuals. 


To show the public that IP3DE is in the business of developing everyone's professional and personal internal intellectual property; which allows better moral or ethical decision making, as well as business choices. 


1.  To show that internal intellectual property equals ownership and your ideas or thoughts are your OWN property until you share them with another.

2.  To persuade you that after sharing your developed property with someone else; this causes a continuous process improvement stream of professional and personal development exchange with leaders, managers, employees, peers, customers, stakeholders, family, and friends.

3.  To enhance your social and emotional intelligence, and morale to soar to a healthier and more enriched level.

4.  To convince your organization to realize it won't regret the decision to use IP3DE, as the agent of change for your team's internal intellectual property development.    


OWN the Inner Brilliance in You!

Your ideas and attitudes are what you think, feel, believe, and intend to do; so OWN the Inner Brilliance in You!
Robert Anthony Day, Sr.
“If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea, which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself; but the moment it is divulged, it forces itself into the possession of everyone, and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it...”
Thomas Jefferson