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We Are All Winners

I would like to say something about many business and technology competitions I participated in:

Whether I was a loser or a winner, I always feel glad and satisfied, because one of my competitors or I was eligible for the prize as a deserved winner in the competition (wherever its final judgement is fair and just). Yes, because I like reality, I embrace success and I support human development everytime and everywhere.

The great American thinker Stephen Covey after a long life of thinking and research, told us in his all-time bestseller "The 7 Habits of the Most Effective People" that we have to think win-win in order to be winners, because we never win if our economy is the loser.

The best two prizes I win in every competition are: information and communication (i.e. ideas and friends). The real meaning of entrepreneurship in my point of view is: being thankful for God because of his great blessings.

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