“If you want to build a ship, don’t herd people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. – Antoine de Saint-Exupery” These were the words inscribed on the cover folder of Timelenders’ “Strategic Vision” Workshop that I attended inRead article
I was about ten years old when I decided that I wanted to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. At the time, it was just a childhood fantasy; I’d seen a documentary on TV and somehow decided that it needed to be included on my ‘wish list’. And so the item remained on my list (item number three,Read article
Continued from Secrets of the Great Muslims (Part 1 of 2) We will review the 3rd component which marks the characteristic of the Great Muslim Innovators of the Past as per Dr.Tareq Al-Suwaidan’s assessment in his series, “The Innovators”. And just a reminder, the first part covered the early stages of these great individuals whichRead article
Dr. Tareq Al-Suwaidan details some characteristics that fit most of the Great Muslim innovators of History. He calls it the “Secret of the Great Innovators”. I translate what I’ve learnt from the show here and in the next 3 posts, and add a few of my thoughts to it, and more importantly share it with you and look forward to seeing what your thoughts are.
Dr.Tareq Suwaidan begins explaining that there are four main components that fit any great innovator (with a few exceptions), and for each of these components, there are four main elements.
A number of people have asked me to write my personal experiences in the ISOC, and how it developed from being a structure-less society filled with politics to a well-structured, project orientated, organic society. Instead of boring you with my experiences, I thought it would be better if I simply wrote down elements of success that worked with ISOC, and that I believe can transpire to all ISOCs across the country.Read article