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Petra Fothergill: “consider to start small and open a few stores and shops in Dubai”

I am the founder of E&S jewelry but we have recently renamed the brand to PETRAS so the people have a better idea of knowing its my brand specialized in sales of luxury colorful crystals personalized items. All produced in CZ in North Bohemia , the region of glass where I grew up. more >>
 

Terje Abrams (PR manager Kempinski Ajman) : ” I believe that either you are a 100% people person or you are not”

Ms Terje Abrams is PR manager at 5-star luxury Kempinski Hotel in Ajman. Public relations is one of the most diverse and ambiguous fields out there. In fact, if you ask any given individual what it is, chances are you’ll get a different response 75% of the time. One thing is for sure, public ... more >>
 

Renowned international diplomat, Tom Fletcher, appointed senior adviser at Emirates Diplomatic Academy

The Emirates Diplomatic Academy, the UAE’s international relations training, academic best practice and research platform, has appointed Tom Fletcher, a leading diplomat, as Senior Adviser to the EDA’s Director General, Bernardino Leon. more >>
 

The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause

Salinger’s eloquent prose captures the daydream of youth being awakened by the reality of what true strength looks like—the ability to live every day, day-in and day-out, consistently holding a core value in sharp focus and using it as one’s north star versus the shooting comet of a single act. more >>
 

Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

I am a great fan of this quote because of its simplicity and power. There is something absolutely transformative about committing to taking that one step, just that one step, outside your comfort zone.  It can be something as simple as volunteering for a difficult project, or facing an ... more >>
 

I hated every minute of training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion

This has to be one of my favorite quotes of all time.  It’s kind of a variation of the old “Pay me now, or pay me later” quote I remember hearing as a child, but it has so much more resonance to me as an adult.  Think about it for a moment. more >>
 

“When I haven’t any blue, I use red.” Pablo Picasso

I love this quote because, in such simple language, it addresses two of the most important traits in leadership development: flexibility and resourcefulness.  The next time you are faced with a resource limitation, think of Picasso, and reach for the “blue”. more >>
 

Things to Think About: The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good

Many years ago, when I was training consultants how to interview and evaluate senior executives, I would encourage them to get the person they were evaluating “out of context”.  In other words, get them out of an interview, or business environment and see how they act.  When we are being ... more >>
 

Things to Think About: I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it

How I wish I would have read this quote much, much earlier in life.  Like so many, I didn’t understand the concept of courage.  In my thinking, someone who had courage didn’t feel fear.  They just did things—incredible things—and then waited for the next scary challenge with absolutely no ... more >>
 

Things to Think About: See everything, overlook a great deal, improve a little

When I read this quote, the first thing I think of is the classic alpha-control freak screaming, “But I can do so much more than that! This is meant for the under-achievers, not me.  I have things to do!”  Let’s take another look at this. more >>
 

Interview with Lukáš Repal, previous Manager of Operations and FM at the Dubai Mall

Lukas Repal has more than 9 years of multi-disciplined managerial experience in residential and commercial real estate including asset management, property and facility management, development, brokerage, acquisitions and investments. Lukas obtained his Master’s Degree at the Business and Law at... more >>
 

Things to Think About: The Exalted Order of the Extended Neck

Zimmerman famously established what he called “The Exalted Order of the Extended Neck,” a highly sought-after award for employees who were willing to take risks in pursuit of ideas they really believed in. more >>
 

Passion should be a by-product of working towards the pursuit of a skill (or skill set), in my opinion

The topic of passion is so important, and so misunderstood, that I thought it deserved two quotes.  In the first quote, Cal Newport, describes the condition of people searching to find their passion, and if it doesn’t appear quickly, their off on another search. more >>
 

Things to Think About: Tis nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so

To me, the simplicity, subtleness, and clarity of Shakespeare are nothing short of awesome.  Here, Hamlet is so eloquently describing the power of perspective to Rosencrantz.  Time and time again we “listen” to words of wisdom, but rarely do we “hear” them. more >>
 

Things to Think About: Not taking risk is the riskiest thing you can do today

In the context of the 21 st century, taking risk takes on a whole new meaning.  It is no longer possible to have, what we thought in the 20 th century was, “complete information” before we make a decision. more >>
 

Things to Think About: A classic Zen story about letting go

Two traveling monks reached a town where there was a young woman waiting to step out of her sedan chair. The rains had made deep puddles and she couldn’t step across without spoiling her silken robes. She stood there, looking very cross and impatient. She was scolding her attendants. They had ... more >>
 

I am not a product of my circumstances. I am a product of my decisions

This affirmation of personal responsibility may just be the single most important thing to realize on one’s journey of growth and personal development. All the seminars, the inspirational speeches, and team-building off-sites are merely suggestions of what can be. Accepting personal ... more >>
 

What is the difference between a politician and a statesman?

Little did Disraeli know that this quote would have relevance to the corporate world of the 21 st century.  Reflecting on it brings to mind people like Warren Buffet and others who think far beyond the panic of the quarterly report and are more concerned with building long-term value. more >>
 

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do

There have been many, many studies done over the years in which older people—people 70 years and older—were asked about the things they regretted in life.  Overwhelmingly, the top thing people regretted was that they didn’t take a chance. more >>
 
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