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The economic wisdom is rooted in a profound understanding of the relationships that exist between different orders of law that operate within an economic community. It is above the above the man-made laws and regulations that societies develop themselves; there are laws of nature that operate by virtue of the individual and social nature of human beings and human societies.
We do know we'll need to be more resilient, more adaptable, and more responsible to face the future. The concern is to join with those who are helping to grow fairer and more civilised communities and better places in which community can develop. In terms of our aims, it's a concern that our arts, manufactures and commerce become more directly linked to the creation of a better and more equitable society.
But most entrepreneurs turned out not just to be good at making things cheaply, but just as good as us at thinking and research and creating things. With limited capacity to make things and no obvious reason why our thinking should be considered superior to others', where does that leave our knowledge economy?
This is where a wisdom economy comes in. A wisdom economy doesn't ignore knowledge, but recognises that value is attached to the ethical and social framework within which that knowledge is used. Wisdom recognises that values and value-judgements are implicit in the way we live and that we need to be open about them.
Being a successful entrepreneur means more than starting new ventures every other day. It means the right attitude towards a business and the determination and grit to achieve success. ... A successful entrepreneur always has a strong sense of self-confidence and a healthy opinion of their skills and abilities.
The path to success lies in evolution, whether it is evolution of ideas, services and products or technology. An entrepreneur should have an open mind and eagerness to learn new things. It is imperative to understand that the only way to keep at the top is to keep on changing and evolving with the time. An entrepreneur should be aware of the latest service techniques and technology in order to serve the clients in a better way.
During the process Founders have to evolve themselves for being a great leader. Business is war today. Business is not just about investment. It’s more about generating wealth as a measure to sustainability goal.
This book exclusively deals with evolvement process for being great leader and successful entrepreneurs with business insights, business wisdom and error free decision making process.
Every finer nuance of this book and its analogies drawn from Indian mythological stories and Economic wisdom of “Chanakya” as is being preferred and practiced globally has to be widely interpreted for self-manifestation under prevailing global conditions and surrounding situation to address the war imposed and enjoy the book.
Various mythological and war analogies used in this book shall be the guiding principle to evaluate and build solid strategies in developing organisation. Mythological and historical facts and evidences given in this book help deeper introspection in this highly disruptive age and develop spiritual wisdom, subjective management and economic wisdom.
This book is suitable for Entrepreneurs, Leaders, Start-Ups and Employees to evolve themselves and face the challenges ahead arising out of several disruptive macroeconomic forces- This is a must to be successful.