The optimum reaction to an unknown phenomenon is not always avoid it or even analyze it. It’s sometimes about embracing it.
Giving the latest changes in economic perspective in terms of sanctions and Iran’s currency devauation, we decided to talk about “The Art of Survival”.
We are all playing games as individuals, organizations or even nations. Leveraging Game Theory mindset, this article provides you with a strategic tool to clearly understand the games you are playing and what is the possible outcome you should expect.
Here is Reza Ghiabi’s comments about Najmeh Bozorgmehr’s article on Financial Times about Iran Startups titled as Start-up republic: can Iran’s booming tech sector thrive? Also introducing a cool website about living in Tehran!
Curated brain food for responsible optimists by Reza Ghiabi. In a world where we are getting bombarded by articles, podcasts and tweets every day, we need to take a step back and digest what really inspires action. That is why I’ll be sharing what keeps me inspired in “OPPMAKR INSPIRATIONS” blog post series.
As a summary of all his experiences in public speaking, Reza Ghiabi wrote a couple of lines for you about lecturing and its importance in contrast with the common belief. He states clearly that: Lecturing and rhetorical skills are trivial, a Lecture’s impact depends on other factors.
We are all changing, whether we refuse, tolerate or embrace it. Getting closer to Norouz —the Persian New Year, got me thinking about what is your strategy towards change? Well, I think It’s simple, you can either refuse, tolerate or embrace it. This applies all aspects of our life, from individual to organizational and from personal to […]
What would be the outcome of an entrepreneur and a Guinness record holder adventurer? fun, hard work and impact. I’m writing this article because we have just finished organizing the first but not the last Tehran Travel Show event series, and I can wait but to share the whole experience and what I have learned from […]
Iran is indeed among the most attractive and high potential markets of the world. But doing business in Iran is not that easy. It takes a lot of effort for foreign businesses to understand the eco-cultural climate of the country in order to unfold its unlimited opportunities.
Inspired by Simon Sinek’s Golden Circle, in my talk and the I presented how to build a Golden Brand for startups and other organizations. The following slides includes parts of the talk. I have added some orange boxes and notes to describe the illustrations. The basic idea is simple yet powerful: communicate with WHY.