This is the place where I will comment longer than 140 characters, about issues that I am passionate about, issues that I am busy with, and issues that are of concern to me and the people that I hang out with… it is about entrepreneurship, aramex, ruwwad, csr and sustainability, sports, swimming, basketball, football (sometimes). Leadership, organization building, social change and development… private sector engagement and activism, and so much more… I will share stories, experiences, and comment on events… post articles of interest, and books that are worth reading… your comments are welcome and your ideas are even more welcome… thank you for visiting me and sharing this space with me…

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This is the place where I will comment longer than 140 characters, about issues that I am passionate about, issues that I am busy with, and issues that are of concern to me and the people that I hang out with… it is about entrepreneurship, aramex, ruwwad, csr and sustainability, sports, swimming, basketball, football (sometimes). [...]

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  1. 3bdallah says:

    Glad that you opened a blog. Waiting for your inspirational blog posts. I still remember your inspirational talk at ArabNetME 2010.

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  3. Tallouza says:

    Best of luck with blogging! It is great fun! Welcome to the world of serious self-censorship:-) I am sure your insights will add a lot of vlaue to the many young admirers who look up to you as a role model.

  4. Fadi

    What is your top-priority objective in life ? the cause of existence if you like and the justification for all what you are doing ?

    What is the thing that makes you really tick in this life and ignites your motivation/enthusiasm for the things you choose to do ?

    Best wishes !

  5. Mahmoud NAJJAR says:

    Mabrouk =].

  6. admin says:

    we are born with self-censorship … thanks for the wishes…

  7. Congrats for your new blog Fadi

  8. when you build it , they will come & follow , you have constantly been building since i meet you in the basket ball court when aramex was supporting Al-jazeera team back in 1992 , i have seen consistency , and growth and success , and following the trends in your career path , keep inspiring us fadi , so we can inspire others too.

    maybe i can post my self my vision in what i wanted my career to be , and as a start i named it as inviting name http://www.joinvisions.com , lets all picture our visions and dreams and create a reality out of them .

  9. heba says:

    congratulation…..for your blog..i want you make this blog amazing

  10. Congratulations for you and us on openning up this channel of knowledge, Fadi..looking forward to learn and gain from ‘how the world/life is in your eyes’

    Best of Luck!

  11. lulu says:

    Congrats..looking forward to whatever you post :-) actually by checking out blogs you follow got introduced to a new book Mandelas Way..thanks… sharing is always good…

  12. Congratulations, looking forward to your posts.

  13. thanks Tarek… let me know your story and I will post it here…

  14. the useful info you provided do help our team’s investigation for our company, thanks.

  15. Submit Form says:

    I am just making a blog related to this. If you agree, I would like to use some of your content. And with full refernce of course. Thanks in advance.

    - Josh

  16. Sunil Abraham says:

    I would highly recommend a book for corporate reading. 7 habits of highly effective people by Steven Covey. Paradigm shift was on thing that was really thought provoking. It talks about our perception and behaviorial patterns. Can apply the same in case of customer service, where empathy plays a vital role.

  17. Took me time to read the whole article, the article is great but the comments bring more brainstorm ideas, thanks.

    - Johnson

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