Orchestrating Excellence: One Magical Note at a Time

No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.

~H.E. Luccock

As you may well know, a symphony is a composition of diverse elements that must include the ensemble of an orchestra. Orchestras are usually led by a conductor who directs the performance with movements of the hands and arms, often made easier for the musicians to see by use of a conductor’s baton. The conductor unifies the orchestra, sets the tempo, and shapes the sound of the ensemble.

And then the magic begins, with each note emerging from the talented ensemble —carefully woven into the tapestry of a magical performance.

Having presided over this publishing platform since launch circa eight years ago, I fully appreciate what an absolute blessing it is to conduct one of the best orchestras on the planet. Our particular orchestra happens to take the form of master storytellers from around the globe crafting their version of music —extraordinary works of art drawn both from their heads and their hearts. And those are the diverse elements that not only allow us to play such amazing symphonies, but the very same elements that set the foundation for any level of success we have achieved and the recognition now bestowed upon us by the Web Marketing Association, as announced today ⤵︎

We’ve merely built the stage, held the baton, set the tempo, shaped the sound, and provide an audience. All else continues to be delivered today and every day in the form of breathtaking symphonies, so expertly crafted by each gifted member of our very special orchestra.

And for that, we are eternally grateful.


Dennis Pitocco
Dennis Pitocco
DENNIS is the Founder & Chief ReImaginator of 360° Nation, encompassing a wide range of multimedia enterprises, including BizCatalyst 360° —the award-winning global media digest; 360° Nation Studios —dedicated to reaching across the world in an effort to capture, produce, and deliver positive, uplifting messages via blockbuster global events, and; GoodWorks 360° —a pro-bono consulting foundation focused entirely on providing mission-critical advisory services to nonprofits worldwide. Collaborating with his Chief Inspiration Officer (and wife), Ali, everything they do is "for-good" vs. "for profit". Their mission over the past decade-plus has been to rediscover humanity at its best, influencing and showcasing it every step of the way. Together, they do their very best to figure out what the world is trying to be —then using all their resources to help it to be better every day in every way. They understand and embrace the notion that it’s not about me or you; it’s about caring for the people we serve and more responsibly stewarding the precious resources in our care. And they believe it’s about showing up, being present, and intentionally giving our invaluable gifts of time, talent, and treasure "for good". Dennis is a contributing author to these Best-Selling Books ♦ Chaos to Clarity: Sacred Stories of Transformational ChangeJourney Well, You Are More Than EnoughThe Four-Fold Formula For All Things Wellness: True Stories of the Heart, Spirit, Mind, and Body Voices of Strength Win the Wellness W.A.R. We Are Responsible

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  1. Congratulations to you and Ali Dennis. You’ve created a remarkable platform for all. As a believer I am grateful for the opportunity to give glory to God in whatever format He ultimately provides. We are blessed to be a blessing… and Ali emobdy that truth.

  2. Dennis, please accept my most sincere Congratulations. What an incredible achievement!

    Your dedication and enthusiasm on your way to success are contagious. Thank you for inspiring so many people on your path to victory. Success requires a lot of hard work along with the right attitude. You have used both to achieve great things, You overcame monumental obstacles to get to this place in life, and I am constantly amazed by your persistence and grace. You have shown yourself to be a person of strength, integrity, hard work, and faith, and I commend you on your success.

    God has truly gifted you with many talents, and I know He is pleased with the way you have chosen to use them. I hope you will enjoy this amazing achievement with which He has blessed you.

    “The talent of success is nothing more than doing what you can do well; and doing well whatever you do…” —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

    It really warms my heart to see you succeeding like this. Congratulations once again!

    I’m so delighted to hear this and feel such joy for all.
    Not only is this deserved but it is an excellent recognition for the hard work, many hours, a life dream, a mission to share and do good. It is truly validation and affirmation that when you have a belief and a vision all you need to do is is conduct it. You are the maestro here my friend and the magic is spreading. The music started and the crescendo intensifies. The orchestra has been ignited and the audience is awarded with every response to the baton. You have captivated, motivated, inspired and added to the visions of others. Allowing hearts to move as yours did too.
    I am delighted and honoured to be a part of the orchestra. Celebrating with you all. Thank you for the concert to remember always Dennis!
    The music that stirs you is etched in the soul, it changes you forever.

    • Grateful for your very kind words here, Paula – and for your support and encouragement every day. Your positive, uplifting presence is always felt, my friend… “Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence.” – Robert Fripp … So pleased that you are front and center in our orchestra, as you possess that magical wine that fills that cup of silence…

    • Oh wow! Dennis…I am just happy and eternally grateful to be in the orchestra. Not only do you conduct…you gather as well. You find the musician within us and tap that baton…( I always think of the 3 taps of the baton before any piece). As it starts…and only gets better. God handed you a piece of heaven, and you gather others to find it too. Just “thank you” so much my friend🙏

    • Thank you for jumping not only on this thoughtful bandwagon, Steve – but on our publishing bandwagon many years ago. You’ve witnessed all of our blessings my friend while adding so many along the way…

    • Indeed, Darlene – we’ve been doing the “happy dance” here in Tampa Bay – all celebrating the success of our amazing orchestra with whom we’ve been blessed for many years. Thank you!

  4. Congratulations Dennis! I know your website is top quality and I’m so proud and honored to be part of it. I appreciate your work and dedication to our dearest Freedom to speak and share our thoughts and lives with one another. Here’s to continued success.

  5. What a “blessing” my dear bro! The late Lawrence Welk (a band leader) who was known for his “champagne music” (with a bubble machine for special effects) would definitely respond to you: “Simply vunderful, vunderful!”

  6. Hi, Dennis.

    One of my favorite people is Ben Zander. He was the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic, retired, and was called back to conduct the fledgling Boston Children’s Philharmonic. In his leadership travels, he shares some wonderful stuff; here are a couple of his tidbits for thought:

    “The conductor of an orchestra doesn’t make a sound. He’s the only musician who doesn’t make a sound. He depends for his power, and his power is very great, on his ability to make other people powerful.”

    He calls attention to what he calls ‘shining eyes.’ One of the cool things about shining eyes is that they reveal themselves on Zoom just as well as ftf. The first thing (and the last) I always do in a Zoom session is look for shining eyes, and the big bonus of Zoom is I can check mine out as well. So he looks at the eyes of his orchestra, and if he doesn’t see shining eyes, he gets to ask himself a question: “Who am I being that the eyes of my orchestra are not lit up?”

    Thanks for everything you bring and receive.

    P.S. The latest back2different guest, Ric Gonzalez, is one of the gentlest and most intelligent people I’ve ever met:

    • Thank you Carol – you’ve practically been on this roller-coaster from day one, witnessing our off the rails crashes and our mind-bending ups and downs. We appreciate your support at every twist and turn, my friend.

  7. What an amazing accomplishment Dennis! You never cease to amaze me in the continuous expansion of your vision and bringing together people from all over the world to create such a magnificent platform and community. I am honored to be a part of the BIZ360 family and look forward to seeing what’s next! Cheers! Eileen

    • You’ve been along for the ride for quite some time now, Eileen – and have delivered time and again some of the finest music out there in the form of your magical prose. We appreciate you as a writer and as a friend… Thank you!