Structuring and investing all of your resources for the sake of the solution to a problem or a very valuable contribution to the world, that’s the true spirit of development – and it shouldn’t be restricted to business. Be that as it may, this week’s Word is “entrepreneurship”.
“Less for self, more for others, enough for all” need not be – I believe in “more for all”. It is the MINDSET of self-interest that must be lessened, and a mindset of inclusiveness that should be espoused. That philosophy is encapsulated in this week’s Word, “shared value”.
Responsibility and service are both deeply and ultimately rooted in love, and love requires a certain system or order governed by peace and relationships, not selfishness or conflict. This system, which is this week’s Word, is “harmony”.
| ɪˈfɪʃ(ə)nt | I am not an efficient worker, I will admit it. That alone takes away half – or even more – of my productivity, and it’s frustrating: Effectivity alone is not the key. It has to be tempered with and strengthened by efficiency. I first learned this concept in my first management class, and ever …
We can have all the dreams and visions we have in this world and in this life, but if we cannot produce tangible results or outcome, then we are not successful. This week’s Word is “effective”.
It’s always important to keep ourselves in check in whatever we do, vis-à-vis our purposes, and the check of checks comes in a grand package including a vibrant relationship with your God. This week’s Word is “spirituality”.
With today’s word, we examine bringing business back to its roots – to creating real value for society in as efficient a manner as possible. This week’s Word is the “Lean Startup”.
This week, we cover a word that conveys the spirit that this blog aims to instill in the hearts and minds of its readers and writers – that things should be unified and whole. This week’s Word is “integrity”.
This week, we cover a concept that is both ubiquitous and very deep-reaching, especially in Chinese society, where it began. Without at least gaining a proper understanding of what it’s about, it will be difficult and awkward if not impossible to navigate through East Asian society. This week’s Word is “face”, translated into classical Chinese as 面 (miàn).
As we prepare to celebrate the Philippine Independence Day, we have for this week’s Word a word that when taken seriously has a much deeper meaning in the realm of being conscious or mindful. This week’s Word is “Citizenship”.