Tag Archives: Work ethics in Syria

Do you believe in your intuition? then follow your heart!

I had one of the most intense experiences in my life this past week. I thank God I went out of it in one piece. I was basically paying a lot of effort to go against my heart. The further … Continue reading

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A leader is someone who has a built-in Judgement Day

We travel through life as a consciousness. This consciousness or awareness starts primitive. It looks after its own interest: Give me milk, give me food, give me cuddling. Then it grows, it looks after self-image: tell me I’m beautiful, tell … Continue reading

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Economic reform should go hand in hand with ethical reform

The jargon of economic reform can very easily blind us from our duty toward ourselves as human beings who can’t be bought, who have souls and needs that go beyond the material world. The problem with economists – and business-world … Continue reading

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Syrian new corporate culture: The need for reforms

What is the Syrian professional scene like? Here is a closer look at what happens within the sector; a critique by the article’s author as well as the interviewer who asked for anonymity. Critiquing the Damascene business scene: An Inside … Continue reading

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