Have you ever thought about what is goin on in other people’s mind? Get a deeper insight into my head pondering over life, business, human relations and many more.
Everything goes smoothly and the work is also easier in a trustful, honest environment.
Due to my lifestyle, I experience many intense situations.
A few weeks ago I have participated in an event. The main topic was the inequality of men and women in business.
I know it is discreditable but when I am nervous I tend to use a foul language. It was when I was thirteen years old when my parents warned me that I turn the air blue.
According to some comments I received under my last Facebook post when people look at me, they see an unhappy, old businessman. As they put it, although I have everything to feel good, I do not look blissfully happy. For me, happiness is just a state. It is a certain cast of mind, not the destination.
It’s something to thank God for, that despite its downsides, social media attracts more and more like-minded people every day. However, this is also the reason why some of my fellow businessmen look down on me.
Putting a high emphasis on autonomy in my whole life, I decided in my childhood that I did not want to be an employee. I wanted to make decisions and take the responsibilities.
Being a businessman, I experienced people’s attitude towards the main driving force of the economy - money - quite a few times. Under the influence of money, people tend to consider everything in terms of business and cost-effectiveness, while ignoring morality.
Last week I was asked if my Facebook account is handled by me personally, or is there an innovative business planning algorithm doing all the background work? In this regard, the only thing I want to say is that I am here, you can address me if you wish.
You grow up poor and work your way up from nothing. You have children and of course, you want them to have a better life than you did, so from your years of sweat and toil you provide a clean, spacious house, holidays, nice new clothes, good healthy food, everything they need for their education …what parent wouldn’t?
I see myself as Hungarian first and European second, so I sympathize with the people of the UK but their decision to leave the EU was still a shock. We Hungarians have always appreciated the UK as a strong balancing voice in the EU and that’s something we are sure to miss.
This music video was uploaded to Youtube last year and gained almost 900,000 views. More than half of the views came from English-speaking countries, with most of the rest from European Union countries. Based on viewer comments and email feedback, Europeans pay particular attention to the possible causes and effects of Brexit – areas which are still shrouded in uncertainty this week as British politicians decide whether to back PM Theresa May’s last-minute deal, opt for a chaotic ‘no-deal’, or call a second public referendum.
I feel the near-one-million views and countless comments have vindicated the video project and I hope it will continue to draw attention to the importance of international political awareness as the world enters an ever more turbulent period of change.
Since the 2016 vote, the UK has lost its position as an EU growth-leader to become one of the slowest-developing EU countries. A combination of political exhaustion and business uncertainty over Brexit continue to weigh heavily on the economy, with many major employers already implementing plans to move part of their operations out of the country, or putting production and plans on hold until the future becomes clearer.
While Boris Johnson, a likely contender for UK leader, remains bullish about Brexit, the former Conservative prime minister, Sir John Major, has called the United Kingdom's exit from the EU a “historic mistake”. One thing that both agree on: The need to abort Theresa May’s deal, seen as ‘the worst of both worlds’, as it ties the UK to EU rules while ruling the UK out of EU decision-making.
The British House of Commons, following an intensive period of debate, will vote on 11th December whether to go ahead with Theresa May’s deal, or to seek a new public referendum. As things stand, there is insufficient support within the house for May’s deal and with a weak parliamentary majority, a failure for May could even force a new General Election.
While the more ardent Brexiters would appear to relish a ‘clean break’ no-deal, it is generally accepted that this would prompt a repeat public referendum – this time, with three options on the ballot: Theresa May’s EU deal, No-deal, and No-Brexit.
The song is inspired by the English ballad tradition, with the lyrics identifying themes that Europeans associate with Britain: A misty island, at once nearby and distant; a proud seafaring nation with a long history; and a complex destiny intertwined with that of Europe. Out of respect, I sing the lyrics in English.
The choreography is arranged by Zsuzsa Laczó of the Csokonai Theater in Debrecen, with dancer Kitti Gall playing Britannia on a bare stage. The narrative evokes a combination of admiration, beauty, trauma, and sorrow.
With our eyes on Britain now, it creates an opportunity for self-reflection and wider reflection, too: Where we come from, where we are now and where we are heading to politically, physically and spiritually. These are significant questions we should contemplate and we should act if we don’t like the picture.
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You think life is eternal but it is just a fragile moment in time.
Entrepreneurship is not just about giving orders from behind my desk but also being responsible for the professional and satisfying performance of the employees. Therefore, I like to be involved in the recruiting process as well. Throughout the years, I have seen many CVs, and to be honest, there is still a lot of space for improvement regarding the quality of the resumes. Let me collect the most important remarks I have detected.
I knew a boy who wanted to become a parachutist.