In this episode of Serene View, Serene Seng interviews Mark Leonard. Mark presents the view that social mindfulness will change the world and Serene challenges this viewpoint.
Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer once said, “Politeness is to human nature what warmth is to wax.” It’s true. Being kind and considerate softens people and makes them malleable to your way of thinking.
You make thousands of rational decisions every day — or so you think.
From what you’ll eat throughout the day to whether you should make a big career move, research suggests that there are a number of cognitive stumbling blocks that affect your behavior, and they can prevent you from acting in your own best interests.
What if we were really concerned about helping people – all people – achieve more with their lives? You may have heard me say in a previous Post, although a conservative when it comes to religion, I believe that ‘The life we have is the gift which God has given us. Our gift in return is what we do with that life’.
I am glad to share with you the release of the second issue of Volume Two of our Journal of Inspiration Economy (JIE). JIE has been getting a growing interest from the knowledge community from all over the world and especially with those interested in inspiring the world through dedicated work and scientific research like your good selves.
I am always asked “what do you mean exactly” when talking about collaboration. We know what it means but put it into the context of growing your business and thinking outside your box!
We think we have a collaborative culture at our business. Ours is a professional environment in which people behave constructively towards one another. We pride ourselves on encouraging a positive workplace atmosphere in which new ideas are welcomed and considered seriously without fear or favour. Of course, no business has a complete absence of ‘politics’, but I would say that ours comes pretty close.
“Another industrial revolution is coming and it’s circular,” declared Jeremy Warner, one of Britain’s leading business and economics commentators and assistant editor of The Daily Telegraph.”
Stakeholders must have an understanding of the change and why it is important. They also need motivation to move in the direction of the change and to embrace the change as necessary for the future of the organization as well as their own future.
The Journal of Inspiration Economy (JIE) is peer reviewed journal which is a newly established International Journal; and just started to accept manuscripts for publication for its first issues.