Sufi Bodhisattva experience of life started classic psychology, followed by extreme situational psychology. Once the gangster-ism level fell down he started business consultancy: Motivation/Payment methods. He understood that to have a cardinal change in business this was not enough. Thus a deeper business understanding was required, therefore studies in supply chain, retail and industry started.
Studies in Cause and Effect, TOC and Lean demanded another decade. But even that was not sufficient. From this he attained the understanding the world and business is governed more by Chaos rather than by Cause and Effect rules. This led to the further studies of Chaos principles (all systems depend on something outside the system) and search of the Meaning in the mountains of Himalayas. During the studies in Himalayas, came to light that Buddhism philosophy is closest to the Business Cause and Effect logic. “Insignificant” difference Buddhism search for Meaning of Life and not the Result like Cause and Effect business approach. Finally an insight arrived that big business changes are determined not by pushing people to achieve concrete (planned, budgeted) results but by finding Meaning.
Interests: Travel, Philosophy, Buddhism, Psychology
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