Ethiopian Business Review

“Everywhere I go now people treat me like I’m doomed!” says Elizabeth Gilbert on her Ted Talk session in 2009, “they come up to me now all worried and they say aren’t you afraid? Aren’t you afraid that you are never going to be able to top that? Aren’t you afraid you are going to keep writing your whole life and you’re never again going to create a book that anybody in the world cares about at all? Ever…again?” And her answer to that is yes, she is afraid of that as much as she was afraid of not being successful when she was a teenager.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 20:52
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Once upon a time, in early 19th century, a baby was born in Southern Gondar...his parents called him Gebre-Hana and he was given the title Aleqa later in his adulthood. He then went to school (the very profound church education that was popular at the time) and became head of the priests in the church he was serving at the age of 26. He served as head of church, teacher and judge in different times. He was a jester in the palace even though he got into a fight constantly for his sarcastic mocks against the palace servants and delegates.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013 20:48
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Mavericks at Work explores some of the most successful, innovative businesses in the US, presenting the reader with the goals, strategies and methods that have made companies powerhouses in their respective industries.  The authors, Taylor and LaBarre, both respectable business analysts have their finger on the pulse of business evolution. They go further than simply citing creativity as a key to success, and truly delve into the minds of  nonconformist leaders, revealing how these mavericks distinguish their companies and businesses through marketing, strategy and recruitment, and company culture.

Sunday, 22 September 2013 20:16
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