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Keynote c re-bus 2012

  1. 1. THE RINGS OFENTREPRENEURSHIP©David Stefan Bathory, Psy.D. Keynote AddressBathory International LLC Bucharest Romania. October 2012
  2. 2. I Will Catch the Ring © David S. Bathory ride on the outside edge- Some laugh- Some stare- Some gaspHanging on by a thread As I stand upon the saddle and prepareReaching out- Reaching in- For the Ring. I will catch the ring.No fear will bind me People warn me to get downEach time it passes by People say I will be harmedI stretch inside to find another way People never understand meI will catch the ring. But I will catch the ring.It doesn’t matter, The ring does not need to be shinyIf I am old or young-rich or poor It does not need to bring me fame orHow many times I need to go around fortuneI will catch the ring. When I catch it no one will cheer But I will catch the ring.People stand along the sides andwatch me as I pass them by Once within my fingersThey are never riders- I can just hand it back in or pass partYet they always doubt me of me onto the next riderBut I will catch the ring. The ring I catch remains inside me.
  3. 3. The Rings of SuccessfulEntrepreneurship Learning & Teaching Determination Opportunity Resiliency Inspiration Collective Altruism
  4. 4. The First Ring:Learning & Teachingo Learning Styles To absorb knowledge so o Age that it can be used and explained to others o Developmento Basic Needso Knowledge or Expertiseo Audience
  5. 5. Development & Learning Style 1. Visual Learning (Age 3-40) 2. Auditory Learning (Age 5-60) 3. Tactile Learning (Age 12-70)  Physical Learning (Age 20-30)  Cognitive Learning (Age 16-20:70)
  6. 6. Learning Style Effective ApproachesVisual Graphic arts, tables, charts, pictures, written language, closed captioning, color or shape coding, videos, following othersAuditory Sound cues and auditory tracks, reading aloud, music, repeating informationKinesthetic Kohl’s Learning Styles or drawing, Physical touch or sensation, writing experiential learning and demonstration, spatial examples, movementMixed Combinations of visual, auditory and kinesthetic, but not overwhelming in any modality
  7. 7. Intelligence Expression SkillsVerbal- Language syntax, Public oriented and fluent in speaking, writing,Linguistic grammar, phonology & reading comprehension, multiple languages word/sentence formationLogical - Patterns, quantities, Accounting, research, analytical, decoding ,Mathematical sequencing, deduction & system analysis and project managementSpatial Gardner’s Theory design rational thought Symmetrical judgment, Graphic & creative arts,Bodily- ratios, estimation Locomotion, of precision and accuracy, athletes, actors, PhysicalKinestheticMusical Multi-Intelligence songwriters, poets proprioception Rhythm, Tone, Pitch in mechanics, craftsman Oration, musicians, singing, voice & musicOrientation Expression TypeInterpersonal Expression of emotion & People oriented, sensitive to social clues and social cues, common others senseIntrapersonal Introspection & reflection Internally oriented, sensitive to moods and the impact of others on the individualNaturalist Ecological sense and Global or outside oriented, sensitive to other order species and nature
  8. 8. The Second Ring: Determinationo Purpose An internal drive independent ofo Motivation aggravating & mitigating factorso Self Relevanceo Relevance for Others
  9. 9. The Third Ring: Business Opportunityo Supply & demand,o Output, inflation & unemployment,o Growth & capitalo Aggregate demand & supplyo Governmental fiscal policyo Competition & monopolyo Asymmetric information The event that provides changeo Cooperative & non-cooperative games,o Efficiency & regulation,o Productivity, wages,o Labor markets & unions,o Government spending & taxation,o International trade agreements, tariffs & quotas,o Recession & market failure
  10. 10. The Third Ring:Personal Opportunity The event that provides change Manipulation of economics variables Knowledge/skills Time to complete tasks Personal crises An opportunity can be either aggravating or mitigating factor dependent upon the combination of these variables and their aggregate influence.
  11. 11. The Fourth Ring:Resiliency The ability to fallo Personal/Cultural and Ability to solve problems Critical thinking and abstraction; bounce back Collectivism (or group obligation) Flexibility (or an easygoing personality) Responsibility (or an internal locus of control) High self-esteem.o Bench Strengtho Monetary & Other Resourceso Innovation (repackaging)
  12. 12. The Fifth Ring: InspirationTo ignite ones ownor another’s muse o Meaning o Vision o Dreams o Aspirations o Passion o To step where no one has walked before
  13. 13. The Uncontrolled VariablesThings businesses, researchers and teachers cannot change(unless they want to be arrested) but try to influenceo Inherent Intelligence/Talents/Skillso Health & Diseaseo History o Personal o Collective o Culturalo Crises, Chaos & Paradigm Shifts
  14. 14. The Missing RingTo learn - to teach,to be determined,to find opportunities in me andeverywhere,to bounce back with resiliencyand to inspire the worldto work together collectively is Altruism
  15. 15. Where do the rings fit inand where do they lead? The rings are a means to identify potential SB leaders and entrepreneurs who may be successful in the global marketplace. They lead into new economic paradigms (such as the EU/Italy Project by Fabio Masso) They lead into new economic and dynamic models such as I will describe in the next few slides
  16. 16. Nash’s Equilibrium Nash explored the outcomes of competition in non-cooperative games and found that the probability of a winner lessened as the competitors eliminated each other and that the payoff would be greater if they worked collaboratively at the decision or point s of equilibrium. In cooperative games, he noted that shared information was often used in a manner to create non-cooperation (e.g. business, politics) In a truly cooperative game, the players all look for the best solution for everyone
  17. 17. Drive Business Education Governance StatementsForce Take over- Mandatory-Repeat Conquer My way or die Eliminate My views or no viewControl Market Control Compulsory- Colonize Do as I tell you… Dynamics of Market Dominance Regurgitate Reward Systems Annexation- Access to Goods You can have if… Non-cooperative &Influence Monopoly Lecture-Listen & Services Authoritarian You need my Dictator/Monarchy permission or I Cooperative Models in Monopolistic Competition -Excel Representation know better I will listen Competition One Sided Respect Business, Education Partnerships, Teams-Learn Social Democracy We will workAltruistic and Politics Cartels, Oligopoly Collective- Collective Mutual Respect Altruistic together We prioritizeWisdom Non-cooperative Community Governance- greater needs Altruism- Cooperation- To help others and than ourselves To provide for all Understand & Help better the world and we care for with wisdom Others via Altruism one another
  18. 18. Concept Polar Extremes Examples of IssuesTrust Trust versus Will I (you) give us want we need to be successful? Will I Rejection (you) be here when you (we/I) really need me (you)?Will Autonomy versus Do I (we) really need your help? I (We) will show you that Isolation you are not needed.Purpose Identity versus What is it that I (we) do? Why are we here? What Confusion business are we in?Competence Skills versus Do I (we) have the skills to do my (our) job(s) well, or amProof Relational Dynamics Omission Evidence versus I (are we) missing something? I (we) have evidence of my skills and performance. If I Commission (we) do not have these: Can I (we) get by without you noticing? Can I (we) hide what I (we) cannot do or should have done?Passion Commitment versus I (we) will argue and fight with you to get you to see my Indifference (our) point, or I (we) will just find someone else to work with other than you.Share Transparency versus I am (We are) open to you exploring and questioning my Deception (our) work and knowledge because I (we) wish for you to learn and share with me (us).Altruistic “We versus Me” I am (We are) more concerned about the good of all andWisdom the world than I am (we are) about my (our) own power, fame and fortune.
  19. 19. Probability Force Control Influence AltruismTrust ++++ ++ ---- ----Will Hypothesized Influence--- +++ ++++ ---Purpose ++ +++ of + --Competence Dynamic Variables - + + ++++Proof - - on +++ +Passion Relational Variables ++ -- -- ++Share --- --- - +++Altruistic Wisdom ---- ---- -- ++++
  20. 20. OutcomeOutcome Outcome Good forGood for Good for me we us Interface of Game Theory Equilibrium Point Relational Dynamics Resets : decision , drive & dynamic Relational Con-joint Dynamic Purpose Passion Share Proof Trust Will Equilibrium Point Resets : decision , drive & dynamic Control & Influence Altruistic Wisdom Force Drive Equilibrium Point Resets : decision, drive & dynamic Decision or Game Decision or Game Non-cooperative Cooperative Equilibrium Point Resets decision, drive & dynamic V n u e e
  21. 21. Path of the Ring …………The last of humanity, sits atop a pile of all the gold anddiamonds,clothed in platinum- frail and bony fingered, starving,breathing toxic gases.“The Winner” who fought their way to the top on the pathof trampled masses,Or “The Loser” who consumed our greatest gift: each otherand a world to share?The rings of wealth & knowledge we accumulate do nothave to be hoarded;With wisdom they can be shared with the rest of theuniverse.
  22. 22. The next rider can bemy grandchild or yours