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Category Archives: Leadership
Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation Workshop series in Istanbul by Ken Morse and Laura Morse was great!
I am very lucky because I have attended to the following series of three workshops under the leadership, advice and monitoring of Kenneth Morse and Laura Morse. Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Morse; Turkcell, TIM and all other sponsors for … Continue reading
On the eve of critical business decisions or during tough times, I try to imagine what would these great people would mentor me with their valuable suggestions if they were alive and exists in my advisory board. I have read … Continue reading
First advice: Do it FIRST, do it BEST. Second advice: If you can not do both, then choose either one of them. If you can not still manage to be first or to be best, then try to be unique … Continue reading
Etymology: “Entrepreneur” is a loanword from French: “Entreprende” (a verb in French) means “to undertake“ In Sanskrit, “Antha Prerna” (which sounds close to entrepreneur) means “Self motivated“ Thus, we can deduct that in ancient times when a person is called … Continue reading
Continuous change is ubiquitous in universe. In other words, change happens everywhere and everytime in every dimension. Everything changes from a single atom to stars and galaxies; Humans encounter the factors of change in several aspects such as socially, ecologically, economically, politically … Continue reading
Every force creates a counter-force in the universe. This theory also applies for human emotions. For example when someone possesses “excessive ambition” for something the counter-emotion is “synthetic fear“: thinking about the possibility of not able to get what is desired. … Continue reading