J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 09-29-2018

Are you a Compassionate​ & Conscious Capitalist?

KARL R. LAPAN, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE NIIC. If you’re in business for the sole purpose of making money, you’re are ignoring other important stakeholders vital to a healthy business and positive bottom line. If your motivation is to help people first and foremost while making a living at the same time, you’re onto something. I believe capitalism and intentional altruism can and do intersect. 

It might also turn out that they might also be more successful financially. Buffet and Collins often remind us that saying no distinguishes super-successful people from successful people. Going above and beyond: Compassionate capitalists tend to live their life as servant leaders and are always willing to go the extra mile. People who practice this habit stand out, which in turn helps them to attract the right people, the right projects, and achieve higher personal job satisfaction. If you can incorporate even one of these principles into your life and business, I imagine you’d find great satisfaction in deeper relationships and also potentially a more robust bottom line. 

This behavior has the power to inspire others, creating a chain reaction that can only add to our society as a whole. Intentionally choose to be both a conscious and compassionate capitalist leader in your business. 

Keywords: [“business”,”people”,”might”]
Source: https://theniic.org/insights/are-you-a-compassionate%E2%80%8B-conscious-capitalist/

‘Compassionate capitalism’ urged for India

Narayan Murthy: One of the world’s most admired business leaders. Debate is currently raging throughout India over the economic policy of the new government, following a lukewarm media response and stock market jitters. Mr Murthy told BBC World Service’s The Interview programme that more had to be done to drive entrepreneurial activity. Mr Murthy is one of the world’s most admired business leaders, who gives much of his company’s wealth to charity. A growth rate of 7%-8% a year has been targeted by India’s Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram. 

Mr Murthy said the only way to do this was to encourage a new set of entrepreneurs. He warned this would not happen if the approach was too hard-nosed. Mr Murthy pays himself less than $50,000 a year, and said his company stresses ethical use of profits, 96% of which come from business outside of India. He recalled that when India had bordered the old Soviet Union it had been very difficult to establish his company in 1981. Infosys develops software systems for a number of global giants. 

Mr Murthy said that when he set up the company, it took seven days of approval to travel outside India, and he waited a year to obtain a telephone for his office. Most importantly, they allowed foreign companies 100% equity in hi-tech companies in India. 

Keywords: [“India”,”Murthy”,”company”]
Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/3757843.stm

Compassionate Capitalism

This podcast is part one of a conversation with David Meltzer, Co-Founder and CEO at Sports1Marketing. David is an executive, author, and humanitarian best known for his work in the field of sports marketing. He is a featured speaker at conferences, corporate meetings, seminars, and other events along with being featured in The New York Times, Sporting News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg. At Terranea Resort in Los Angeles, RevThink’s Tim Thompson and Joel Pilger lead a Creative Entrepreneurs conference on BULLETPROOFING PROFITS. Knowing that being our topic, we recognized our audience might show up thinking we were going to talk only about money. 

Much to everyone’s surprise, we revealed that profits in a creative firm are not about money, but rather about CHOICES and maintaining CONTROL of your business. In David’s talk, he provided us with break from all the talk of numbers plus a terrific dose of inspiration. Sharing his ideas from his books – one titled Connected To Goodness and the other titled Compassionate Capitalism – David’s message featured his stories of success, failure, redemption, and purpose. 

Keywords: [“David”,”talk”,”featured”]
Source: http://revthink.com/podcast-david-meltzer-compassionate-capitalism-part-one/

Businesses Doing Good: “Compassionate Capitalism” Alan McMillan Tickets, Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 10:00 AM

Alan McMillan was in the right place at the right time, Silicon Valley in years of dramatic transformation into the information age. He rode the crest of of the wave in sales and management and lived through the adreniline laced experiences of fianancial successes, job loss, getting re-hired, and then turned his life from success to significance when he returned with his wife, Kateri, to Athens, OH where he had attended Ohio University. Alan and Kateri bought a student apartment building and a convenience store with a rentable space for a restaurant. As they turned their hearts toward the needs of others, there was opportunity, and also a new vision of how compassion can be expressed through the way business is done. Alan McMillan is is the Vice President for Enrollment and Student Development at Hocking College and is an Adjunct Professor in Business at Ohio University in Athens, OH. 

From Sustainable to Flourishing Businesses and Communities. 

Keywords: [“Alan”,”student”,”Kateri”]
Source: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/businesses-doing-good-compassionate-capitalism-alan-mcmillan-tickets-48031669015

Compassionate Capitalism

With Christian values infusing all aspects of student life and administrative policy, Pepperdine has established an environment that assures both academic and personal betterment. Pepperdine’s standards for academic excellence are recognized internationally and are met through graduate and undergraduate programs across five schools, cutting-edge research, and exceptional faculty. Easily access information about Pepperdine’s admission requirements, financial aid programs, and the unique qualities of our diverse community. Christian values, firmly rooted in the Church of Christ heritage, are at the heart of Pepperdine. We invite you to examine, challenge, and grow your faith regardless of your spiritual background. 

Keywords: [“Pepperdine”,”programs”,”academic”]
Source: https://www.pepperdine.edu/entertainment-media-culture/events/conversations/tom-shadyac/ts2-compassionate-capitalism.htm

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-20-2018

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Compassionate Capitalism

This podcast is part one of a conversation with David Meltzer, Co-Founder and CEO at Sports1Marketing. David is an executive, author, and humanitarian best known for his work in the field of sports marketing. He is a featured speaker at conferences, corporate meetings, seminars, and other events along with being featured in The New York Times, Sporting News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg. At Terranea Resort in Los Angeles, RevThink’s Tim Thompson and Joel Pilger lead a Creative Entrepreneurs conference on BULLETPROOFING PROFITS. Knowing that being our topic, we recognized our audience might show up thinking we were going to talk only about money. 

Much to everyone’s surprise, we revealed that profits in a creative firm are not about money, but rather about CHOICES and maintaining CONTROL of your business. In David’s talk, he provided us with break from all the talk of numbers plus a terrific dose of inspiration. Sharing his ideas from his books – one titled Connected To Goodness and the other titled Compassionate Capitalism – David’s message featured his stories of success, failure, redemption, and purpose. 

Keywords: [“David”,”talk”,”featured”]
Source: http://revthink.com/podcast-david-meltzer-compassionate-capitalism-part-one

Conscious Capitalism Dallas

Recognizing that every business has a purpose that includes, but is more than, making money. By focusing on its Higher Purpose, a business inspires, engages and energizes its stakeholders. Recognizing that the interdependent nature of life and the human foundations of business, a business needs to create value with and for its various stakeholders. Like the life forms in an ecosystem, healthy stakeholders lead to a healthy business system. Human social organizations are created and guided by leaders – people who see a path and inspire others to travel along the path. 

Conscious Leaders understand and embrace the Higher Purpose of business and focus on creating value for and harmonizing the interests of the business stakeholders. They recognize the integral role of culture and purposefully cultivate Conscious Culture. This is the ethos – the values, principles, practices – underlying the social fabric of a business, which permeates the atmosphere of a business and connects the stakeholders to each other and to the purpose, people and processes that comprise the company. 

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Source: http://consciouscapitalismdallas.org/about

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 04-29-2018

A physician suicide: covered up with a tarp and silence

Another young doctor recently jumped to her death in New York City. Hello Pamela, I am not a doctor, but a mother of 3 and a wife of a resident physician. Two doctors died from jumping off our 33-story building in 2 years, and no one seems to care. Since I’m not a doctor, there’s only so much I can understand about what my husband is going through. This is what I saw when I came home tonight – a dead doctor lying under that tarp – lifeless in the freezing cold. 

Another doctor dead from Mt. Sinai in NY. I think NY is a horrible place to work. Conditions are deplorable for doctors, and you should investigate. Don’t let another doctor’s life go unspoken for. 

A few hours before this flurry of emails, I was on the phone with a doctor who reported that her own family physician shot herself in her clinic. Now to answer the questions posed to me by the doctor’s wife, the physician, and the hospital executive. More than one million Americans lose their doctors to suicide each year. Now is the time for fearless leadership, for the heroes among us to reveal themselves and take a stand for our doctors – for the men and women who walk into our hospitals everyday to so selflessly serve others. 

Keywords: [“doctor”,”hospital”,”suicide”]
Source: https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2018/01/physician-suicide-covered…

Vulture Capitalism, by John Stossel

Shifting resources does mean some people lose their jobs. Intuition tells us that it would be better if no one ever lost a job and that capitalists who close businesses are evil. America is richer today because those workers lost their jobs, because money once paid them is put to better use. Most of those workers found new jobs where their skills better served consumers. We take pictures as they leave their jobs on that last day when the factory closes. 

We don’t see the better things that are done with capital that once went into the factory. We had no clue that those companies were about to produce cool new things, thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in value. If government does not bestow privileges, those that don’t create wealth go out of business, and those that fund good ideas grow. Handouts to Solyndra and special deals for Goldman Sachs and GM are not capitalism. Many people hate banks, private-equity firms and mortgage brokers. 

The real evil bankers are the government cronies, like those at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In a real free market – no government privileges or barriers to competition – capitalism is great. 

Keywords: [“job”,”better”,”capitalism”]
Source: https://www.creators.com/read/john-stossel/03/12/vulture-capitalism

RevThinking with Joel Pilger and Tim Thompson

Episode Info: This podcast is part one of a conversation with David Meltzer, Co-Founder and CEO at Sports1Marketing. David is an executive, author, and humanitarian best known for his work in the field of sports marketing. He is a featured speaker at conferences, corporate meetings, seminars, and other events along with being featured in The New York Times, Sporting News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg. At Terranea Resort in Los Angeles, RevThink’s Tim Thompson and Joel Pilger lead a Creative Entrepreneurs conference on BULLETPROOFING PROFITS. Knowing that being our topic, we recognized our audience might show up thinking we were going to talk only about money. 

Much to everyone’s surprise, we revealed that profits in a creative firm are not about money, but rather about CHOICES and maintaining CONTROL of your business. In David’s talk, he provided us with break from all the talk of numbers plus a terrific dose of inspiration. David’s podcast can be found here: https://itunes. 

Keywords: [“David”,”talk”,”featured”]
Source: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/joel-pilger/revthinking/e/52475275

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Source: http://www.paisleyparksofhouston.com/compassionate_capitalism_english…

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner on management

Justin Sullivan/Getty Since becoming CEO in 2009, Jeff Weiner has led LinkedIn to become a network of 364 million registered users with offices in 30 countries and a market cap of $26 billion. Weiner’s leadership style has earned him the trust of founder and chairman Reid Hoffman, his team, and LinkedIn investors. He used the example of a manager sitting down with an employee who’s frazzled. Before getting to this point, Weiner said, it’s necessary to take a moment to try to understand where the employee is coming from. It could be driven by something happening in their personal life or a misunderstanding of what’s required of them. 

That’s why it’s important to provide room for external factors that may be influencing them, and then have a discussion about the root of the problem. 

Keywords: [“become”,”where”,”Weiner”]
Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/linkedin-ceo-jeff-weiner-on-management-2015-7

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-03-2018

naked capitalism

How New York City is tackling a mental health crisis spurred by Hurricane Sandy Grist. India knocked its new, $3 billion nuclear-missile sub out of commission – by leaving a hatch open Business Insider (David L). Brexit. Brussels warns UK companies of shut-out in event of no-deal Brexit Financial Times. Trump says he’ll take heat for immigration deal The Hill. Shorter: Trump has always had terrible impulse control. Judge blocks Trump admin from ending DACA program The Hill. Trump’s lawyers may have seen this coming, hence the willingness to deal with Dems. Don’t believe Michael Wolff’s book about Trump if you want the truth The Hill. Trump health pick wary of government drug price negotiations Associated Press. Resilc: “Wake me up 3 years after Trump beats Joe Biden.” By virtue of how the site has evolved, NC is much less vulnerable to being stomped on by Google and FB than most “Alternative” news and commentary sites, but the cost of being less vulnerable is less reach, which translates into lower traffic and most important, probably lower acquisition of new readers. US billionaire busted with stolen Greek antiquities Archaeology News.

Keywords: [“Trump”,”New”,”How”]
Source: https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2018/01/links-11018.html

A Better World: Compassionate Capitalism

‘Compassionate capitalism’ urged for India. Indian entrepreneur Narayan Murthy, founder of global software giant Infosys, says “Compassionate capitalism” is the only solution to poverty in the country. Narayan Murthy: One of the world’s most admired business leaders Debate is currently raging throughout India over the economic policy of the new government, following a lukewarm media response and stock market jitters. Mr Murthy told BBC World Service’s The Interview programme that more had to be done to drive entrepreneurial activity. “We believe that if India has to solve its problem of poverty, we have to embrace capitalism, ensure that jobs are created, and make sure that market-driven policies are accepted,” he said. “However, to do that, the people who are the evangelists of capitalism, must conduct themselves in a manner that will appeal to the masses.”People must be able to relate to them easily. They must lead a normal life, a simple life, and people must be able to say, ‘look, if these jokers can do it, we can do it better’. To advertise on this blog / buy inspirational books / conduct motivational seminar contact on 9820073993.

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”Murthy”,”India”]
Source: http://sudhir-pai.blogspot.com/2016/09/source-sulekha-writer-our-india.html

[Podcast] David Meltzer – Compassionate Capitalism

This podcast is part one of a conversation with David Meltzer, Co-Founder and CEO at Sports1Marketing. David is an executive, author, and humanitarian best known for his work in the field of sports marketing. He is a featured speaker at conferences, corporate meetings, seminars, and other events along with being featured in The New York Times, Sporting News, Fox Business, and Bloomberg. At Terranea Resort in Los Angeles, RevThink’s Tim Thompson and Joel Pilger lead a Creative Entrepreneurs conference on BULLETPROOFING PROFITS. Knowing that being our topic, we recognized our audience might show up thinking we were going to talk only about money. Much to everyone’s surprise, we revealed that profits in a creative firm are not about money, but rather about CHOICES and maintaining CONTROL of your business. In David’s talk, he provided us with break from all the talk of numbers plus a terrific dose of inspiration. Sharing his ideas from his books – one titled Connected To Goodness and the other titled Compassionate Capitalism – David’s message featured his stories of success, failure, redemption, and purpose.

Keywords: [“David”,”talk”,”featured”]
Source: http://www.revthink.com/podcast-david-meltzer-compassionate-capitalism…

Is compassion compatible with capitalism?

While there may be compassionate individuals operating within capitalist systems, capitalism itself does not naturally merge with compassion. I say this with a much stronger understanding of compassion than I do of capitalism and all of its manifestations. Capitalism did not create competition, however it does need it for survival. Capitalism can never be cooperative or communal; it lives on competition. Competition does not allow for mutual empathic experiences. Competition takes advantage of others’ weakness, exploits vulnerabilities, and doesn’t look back. If there are no winners or losers, then a competition did not take place. Without competition, there can be no capitalism. Admittedly, capitalists can be compassionate, but they are not operating within an essentially compassionate system. As a system, capitalism features an elite minority being supported by a majority. It must be noted that capitalism can hardly be faulted for not being compassionate. It shouldn’t be said that capitalism lacks compassion any more than it lacks wisdom, or empathy, or mindfulness, or other lofty ideals/practices that many aspire to.

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”competition”,”compassionate”]
Source: https://www.quora.com/Is-compassion-compatible-with-capitalism

Compassionate Capitalism

Blaine Bartlett joins Ivan Misner to discuss his International Best Selling book, “Compassionate Capitalism: Journey to the Soul of Business”. Pay attention to the soul of your business or you might miss incredible opportunities. Business is the most pervasive and influential force on the planet today. Its activities transcend national and international borders. Its activities are not unduly constrained by financial, political, cultural, ethnic, or religious concerns. The net of this is that business, as a prevalent and important force, has a moral responsibility to guide, enhance, value, and nourish the existence of all that it encounters. In the world today, the absolute opposite of this occurs. Business today seldom assesses the efficacy of its activities through the lens of anything but profit. Traditional capitalism forgets an important variable, that of happiness. The true purpose of business is to uplift the experience of existing. It is not to produce ever-cheaper goods and services. Compassionate capitalism is an economic system meant to make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun.

Keywords: [“Business”,”today”,”Capitalism”]
Source: http://ivanmisner.com/compassionate-capitalism

JR Test Site News for 01-19-2018

The Enlightenment

Promoted constitutional forms of government, based on John Locke’s idea of a social contract. Rationalistic reform of society would bring greater levels, of happiness, enlightenment, and prosperity. Criticized the “Gold theory of wealth” which dominated European economic thinking of the day. Promoted the Enlightenment belief in a “Laissez-faire” economics, in which government limited its role in the economy. European enlightenment thinkers inspired in part by China. The European Enlightenment’s impact on the world. Some adaptation of European ideas in areas of traditional Chinese strength, such as astronomy and cartography. Largely an artistic movement, rejects rationalistic emphasis of Enlightenment. Strongly influenced by the rationalism of the Enlightenment, sought to prepare a constitution for France. Combined element of rationalistic enlightenment with romantic nationalism. Imposed a single law code for all of his empire based on rationalistic enlightenment principles. The United States builds a government based on Enlightenment principles. Government based on the sovereignty of the people, not the state. Constitutional government with checks and balances, limited powers. Western imperial and economic power would begin to spread Enlightenment ideas around the world.

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Source: http://faculty.tnstate.edu/tcorse/h1220revised/enlightenment.htm

The Search for Enlightened Capitalism

In April 2006, Sava Dalbokov took over the CEO position at Erste Bank Serbia, to lead the transformation and integration process into the Erste Bank Group. Bee Holding in January 2009, the microfinance and social entrepreneurship initiative of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation. 2010 Mr. Dalbokov joined the managing board of the Steiermarkische Sparkasse in Graz, Austria in October 2010 to assume the strategic development responsibility for the banks international operations. He is married and has two sons, likes rock & roll and moderately alternative things for a better world. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.

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The European Software Testing Summit

The European Software Testing Summit is a one-day event in Central London that brings up to 100 senior software testing and QA professionals, eager to network and participate in targeted workshops. Attendees to The European Software Testing Summit come away with strengthened networks, deeper understanding of trends and can benchmark their operations against the best in the industry. All delegates receive printed research literature, a chance to interact with The European Software Testing Awards’ experienced Judging Panel, and practical advice and actionable intelligence from dedicated Workshops. Over the last five years, The European Software Testing Awards has grown to become the global recognition platform for the software testing and QA community. To further strengthen that position and to ensure valued and insightful learning is derived from the awards, The European Software Testing Summit was launched in 2016.

Keywords: [“Testing”,”Software”,”European”]
Source: http://www.softwaretestingsummit.com/

IT Risk Management

STS is the market leader in terms of Software Testing and Quality Assurance. STS has successfully engaged with and completed many projects within the Banking, Telecoms & Financial Services sectors. STS provides complete software quality services from product inception to system launch. Our software quality services include software requirements management, process improvement, quality planning, functional and performance testing. If you are looking for the right person to facilitate the completion of an existing project or you need a complete on-demand QA department, call STS Today. STS after many years of experience in various projects has become an EXPERT within the Quality Assurance arena. Coupled with our expert resources and knowledge on various platforms such as ERP, HR, SAP and Oracle we can provide your firm with tremendous value through our various services.

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38: Confronting Capitalism

What are we talking about when we talk about how to change capitalism? Molly talked with Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He has written more than 50 books about marketing, as well as the book we mentioned on the show, “. Speaking of books, you can vote for the book you want to read for our final Make Me Smart book club of 2017 on our website. Make sure to send us a voice memo with the scary things you’ll absolutely never watch or do for our Halloween “Chicken-Off” next week. Kai interviewed Robert Reich, former secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton about his book “Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few”.YouTube is full of clips of Milton Friedman on “Donahue,” including the rest of the clip we played today.

Keywords: [“book”,”talk”,”capitalism”]
Source: https://www.marketplace.org/2017/10/25/economy/make-me-smart-kai-and-molly/38-confronting-capitalism

The insufferable rise of the Self-Proclaimed Undergraduate Public Intellectual

Bannon also takes personal credit for inventing ideas that already exist. Bannon’s particular verbal tic is the phrase, “What I call.” With regard to Vladimir Putin, Bannon talks about, “What I call Eurasianism.” But Eurasianism is a Russian philosophy pioneered in the 1920s, far before Bannon was born. Bannon describes the threat to “Enlightened capitalism” as “What I call the Ayn Rand or the Objectivist school of libertarian capitalism.” Aside from the fact that Rand opposed the libertarian movement of her day, Bannon is not the first person to refer to Rand’s followers as Objectivist. Rand was the first person to refer to her followers as Objectivist. To conclude his remarks, Bannon implores his audience to “Do what I call a gut check,” apparently taking credit for the creation of a common English idiom.

Keywords: [“Bannon”,”call”,”Rand”]
Source: http://www.dbknews.com/2017/03/07/steve-bannon-reading-trump/