Each week I read a number of peak performance and entrepreneurial articles from various online resources. Here are my top three picks this week. I have added my comment about each article and would like to hear what you think too.
By: DNA Correspondent
An entrepreneur is someone who sees no boundaries and entrepreneurship is not about boundaries. This and several other life experiences were shared by Dr Subhash Chandra, chairman, Essel Groupand Zee with several businessmen. Chandra was in city on the invite of the ?entrepreneurs to conduct Zee MediaCorporation’s flagship show Dr Subhash Chandra (DSC) Show – an initiative that looks to give back to the society. Read More
My Comment: Spectacular article… There are no boundaries in entrepreneurship (think of age and athleticism)
By: Nick McCarvel
Another Roger Federer win, another tennis milestone.
The 17-time major champion etched his name further into history on Sunday night in Brisbane, Australia, winning the Australian Open tune-up event and, along with it, his 1,000th career singles match, making the Swiss star just the third man to do so in the Open era. Read More
My Comment: Congratulations Roger! He’s played tennis in 28 countries.
The Philippines will continue to rapidly change in 2015.
With Internet and smartphone penetration increasing across the country, more tech companies will seize the opportunities that arise in the digital space.
While most pundits will advise on business strategy or technical know-how, Francis Kong, a renowned motivational speaker and business consultant with an entrepreneurial experience from retail to manufacturing, emphasized though that business leaders need to focus on what he deems essential: soft skills. Read More
My Comment: You’ll connect better with soft skills.
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