Title: Founder, Director
Company: American Communication Arts
Location: San Diego, California, United States
Tal D. Noble, Founder and Director at American Communication Arts, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in communication.
Mr. Noble has felt the biggest problem that humans have with one another is communication at any level. Most of the time, communication between people is not on the level it should be—he feels that “the fine art of human communication” needs a lot of work. When Mr. Noble founded his company, American Communication Arts, more than 50 years ago in 1964, he began to learn many new things that sparked his curiosity. At the time, computers were in their infancy and used the CPM Operating system, but even then, Mr. Noble thought graphics were possible and that there would be changes to storage capacity of data in the future.
Eventually, Mr. Noble’s career path led him to create the first graphic software for computers. He created the very first graphic simulation on a computer with “Daisy Graphics” and originated the successful motivating and problem-solving procedure known as “structured brainstorming.” In order to share his knowledge with others, Mr. Noble wrote “Goodbye America?” in 1999, had his work featured in Byte Magazine in 1985, and was a featured artist with Virtual Reality Abstracts. As a testament to his success, Mr. Noble received the Special Commendation Award from the San Diego City Council in 1993, a Bicentennial Award from the American Revolution in 1976, holds national membership with the Library of Congress, and is an honorary trustee of the Parents Television Council.
Mr. Noble attributes his success to his stubbornness. For any new idea, thought or direction, he has an automatic opposing response to question it, like most other humans. Mr. Noble believes that when presenting new ideas, such as his, to the world, one must be stubborn to face the immense opposition one will meet like all other pioneers. His motto is as follows: “I have a good mind, and I am not afraid to use it.” In the next five years, Mr. Noble plans to continue enjoying retirement. He wants to write more books, and also plans to create a superior model to the current versions of virtual-reality drones. He also hopes to motivate others to do all they can to be the very best that they can be. In Mr. Noble’s words, “The least we can do should be the very best we can do.”
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