Aristotle identified the three critical elements — ethos, pathos, and logos — thousands of years ago. Ethos or “Character” Ethos is essentially your credibility. Ethos represents the part of a speech or presentation when your audience gains some insight into… Read More ›
My longer version of book review. But it’s a bit longer.
Simply getting your work done doesn’t automatically position you for success. Today, you, your colleagues, and everyone is expected to think strategically. But what exactly is strategic thinking? And how does it differ from strategic planning? Strategic planning is the… Read More ›
And there’s this guy sitting cross-legged, barefoot, in the middle of the table on the far end—it’s none other than Steve Jobs, about four months before he passed away. A reporter from across the room, “Hey Steve, what do you… Read More ›
Syaikhul Islam Ibnu Taimiyyah rahimahullah berkata: إذا تدبر العبد، علم أن ما هو فيه من الحسنات من فضل الله، فشكر الله فزاده الله من فضله عملا صالحاً ونعماً يفيضها عليه، وإذا علم أن الشر لا يحصل له إلا من نفسه… Read More ›
Oil keeps the world economy going. Hence, having control over oil reserves and leverage over global oil prices translates into geopolitical clout. Demand & Supply? The world’s most important source of energy, oil distinguishes itself from other commodities for its… Read More ›
When oil rigs are no longer in service, their owners must take them somewhere for disassembly. According to Guardian reporter Tom Lamont, disposing of the world’s excess oil rigs is a highly complex and risky undertaking. For his in-depth investigative report, Lamont… Read More ›
The capacity to adapt our behavior in a new culture without losing ourselves in the process ( without feeling unauthentic) or “fitting in without giving in.”