Tag Archives: employment

Some Good News About The COVID-19 Pandemic

Email by Peter Diamandis
Greek American engineer, physician, and entrepreneur best known for being founder and chairman of the X Prize Foundation,  co-founder and executive chairman of Singularity University and coauthor of The New York Times bestsellers Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think and BOLD: How to Go Big, Create Wealth, and Impact the World. He is former CEO and cofounder of the Zero Gravity Corporation, cofounder and vice chairman of Space Adventures Ltd., founder and chairman of the Rocket Racing League, cofounder of the International Space University, cofounder of Planetary Resources, founder of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space, vice chairman and cofounder of Human Longevity, Inc.[2]

_____________________________________________________________________

Here is an email sent to me with encouraging news on the Coronavirus pandemic. This information is entirely Dr. Diamandis’ content sent to me and I thought it to be of interest to the visitors / readers of the Business Thinker, LLC .

____________________________________________________________________

How about some good news for a change?

There have been A LOT of facts going around regarding COVID-19, and a flurry of “positive news” items to lift our spirits.

Here are a number of major victories from the Pandemic line. I’ve had my team fact-check these wins with links you can follow up on.

Continue reading Some Good News About The COVID-19 Pandemic

Accepting a job challenge–3

Dr. John Psarouthakis

Executive Editor

 

A very important, in my opinion,  message I have for you at this point in time is based on my experiences and background:

Let me flesh it out by telling you some of the experiences and observations which lead me to this point of view.

First, about my accent.

What you would hear when i talk are lingering cadences of a town called Chania on the Greek island of Crete. I lived there until I was 19 and a half years old,

Continue reading Accepting a job challenge–3

100 years ago and Today–2

Dr. john Psarouthakis

Executive Editor

 

One hundred years and more ago  most Americans were still living and dying by their muscles. The overwhelming majority used their brawn to extract food from the topsail, or to extract resources from deep in the Earth, or – in increasing numbers – to hammer raw materials into some kind of usable product.

At the same time, business was also a creature of muscle. Building a railroad was not a subtle enterprise. Clear-cutting a million acres of trees was not a subtle enterprise. Pulling all the iron or gold or oil out of a particular region was not a subtle enterprise. Though I might add that even then a good engineer came in handy. I’ll let you guess what discipline I was educated in.

Continue reading 100 years ago and Today–2