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Iconoclasm : a survival guide in the post pandemic economy / Tony Zorc

By: Zorc, Tony [autor].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: South Carolina : ForbesBooks, 2021Edition: Primera edición.Description: 152 páginas : ilustraciones; 23 cm.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9781950863358.Subject(s): Éxito personal -- Aspectos económicos -- Manuales | Espíritu empresarial | Desarrollo económico | Crecimiento económico -- Estrategia y técnica | CoronavirusDDC classification: 650.12
Contents:
Part 1 Introduction ; Part 2 What is an iconoclast? ; Part 3 Iconoclast Clarification ; Part 4 Iconoclasm and entrepreneurship ; Part 5 How i became an iconoclast ; Part 6 The pandemic effect on relationsships and iconoclast solutions ; Part 7 The pandemic effect on consumer purchasing
Abstract: In March of 2020, most of the world―along with our politicians―panicked. When presented with an unfamiliar threat in the form of the novel coronavirus, life as we knew it shut down. Without having a plan, we responded in a panic, with no understanding of the true risk to our health or our economy. Our collective reaction to the virus points to one crucial factor: We as a society do not question what we are told―potentially to our own detriment. This book is not about pointing fingers and laying blame. It is about building an inquisitive spirit and forming our own opinions through critical thinking. It is about considering how to achieve success in a new way going forward. Contraportada.
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Part 1 Introduction ; Part 2 What is an iconoclast? ; Part 3 Iconoclast Clarification ; Part 4 Iconoclasm and entrepreneurship ; Part 5 How i became an iconoclast ; Part 6 The pandemic effect on relationsships and iconoclast solutions ; Part 7 The pandemic effect on consumer purchasing

In March of 2020, most of the world―along with our politicians―panicked. When presented with an unfamiliar threat in the form of the novel coronavirus, life as we knew it shut down. Without having a plan, we responded in a panic, with no understanding of the true risk to our health or our economy. Our collective reaction to the virus points to one crucial factor: We as a society do not question what we are told―potentially to our own detriment.
This book is not about pointing fingers and laying blame. It is about building an inquisitive spirit and forming our own opinions through critical thinking. It is about considering how to achieve success in a new way going forward. Contraportada.

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