Globalization: A Constant Throughout the Ages

globalizationGlobalization has been the ever present means of mankind’s evolution. A constant throughout the ages.

There is a need to understand how globalization is not only this intangible phenomenon we are all participants in –whether we are aware of it or not, but an extremely powerful tool we can use as a mold for our future. And by we, I mean, every person and every nation. There is a permanent need to learn the correct application of this ever-present phenomenon.

The world has always fascinated me. Even when I was a child, understanding how the world works and its interactions has been my passion. And in my life-long journey of learning, I’ve not only had court-side seats to, but have also been a player in, two very different arenas: business/economic/financial and social entrepreneurship.

On the topic of globalization, curiously enough, no well-known book to date has set together the who is who, the whats, and the whys in an integrated, comprehensive manner. We can all identify these factors separately, but it is key to place and analyze them alongside, in order to  connect the dots.

Likewise, curiously enough, no well-known book to date on the subject has sufficiently focused on History, Leadership, Governance, and Social Entrepreneurship as four fundamental pillars of globalization. A strong and consistent emphasis on human values is indeed indispensable to appropriately approach globalization. At the end of the day, globalization is about human beings, human values, and human needs.

My book, GLOBALIZATION, is an easy-to-understand compendium of the subject, presenting a rich and very valuable content, with multiple practical examples from all over the world.

GLOBALIZATION. Opportunities and Implications. The ABCs to a Global Social Revolution will be released on February 1st.

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