“The entrepreneur needs to become aware of the fact that there is no concept of ‘stagnation’ in business. You either grow or you regress. Even if you chose to stagnate, you might still need the aid of the business consultant to prevent regression.” Nicolas Plesea
Cover Photography: Steve McCurry and the “Afghan Girl” | Photo © Bente Haarstad Photography
June 1985: The image of a young Afghan woman with intense green eyes in a red headscarf makes the cover of the National Geographic Magazine. The portrait was taken in 1984 by the amazing photojournalist and visual storyteller, Steve McCurry. Compared with Leonardo Da Vinci’s painting of Mona Lisa, the portrait has been called “the First World’s Third World Mona Lisa” and it became a symbol of refugee girl / woman in a distant camp.Continue reading
Happy New Year, (furry) friends! May 2016 bring two-legged and four-legged even more closely together!Continue reading
More and more 40+ years old job seekers – both women and men – show concern related to their age as a potential disqualifier for their application.Continue reading
Some of you have already met Géraldine during our shooting sessions in Bucharest or Sofia. Many of those who have met Géraldine have been charmed not only by her photographic talent, but also by her flourishing personality, liveliness and contagiously joyful spirit.
I am happy to announce today the launch of Géraldine’s own website and I trust that you will enjoy the inserted pictures, a glimpse into Géraldine’s photographic projects.
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” Oscar Wilde
Interviewing or being interviewed relies not solely on the explicit meaning of words, but most often involves implicit messages expressed through non-verbal behaviors.Continue reading
Job Sharing is an employment option that lets two people share the responsibilities of one full-time position.
Simply defined, job sharing is two professionals forming a partnership to perform one job.Continue reading
Innerpreneurs find their inspiration within themselves and start their businesses as a way to achieve their personal growth rather than that of the company. Driven by a strong purpose, they find their personal fulfillment and satisfaction through their work.
(Definition by Intelligent HQ)
Link to “What Is An Innerpreneur?”
A career manager who creates shareholder value by utilizing and managing the assets of the corporation as if he or she is the owner. A person who starts or manages a new business within an already established company or group. A person within a company that is given the ability and responsibility to create and develop new directions in business, with few traditional controls of risk and fiscal responsibility. (Definitions by Urban Dictionary)
Link to “Interview with an Intrapreneur”
An extrapreneur is the intrapreneur who not only chooses to apply her/his talents to her/his own organization, but also applies those talents externally to other organizations and then brings those experiences back internally.
(Definition by Michele DeStefano, Law Professor)
Link to “The rise of the extrapreneur: making cross-sector collaboration happen”
‘Minipreneurs’: a vast army of consumers turning entrepreneurs; including small and micro businesses, freelancers, side-businesses, weekend entrepreneurs, web-driven entrepreneurs, part-timers, free agents, cottage businesses, seniorpreneurs, co-creators, mompreneurs, pro-ams, solopreneurs, eBay traders, advertising-sponsored bloggers and so on.
(Definition by Trendwatching.com)
Link to “Who wants to be a Minipreneur?”
(Definition by Lindsay White, Founder of Lot 801)
Link to “Momtrepreneur’s Million Dollar Idea”
(Definition by Small Business BC)
Link to “Starting your own business in retirement”
(Definition by Urban Dictionary)
Link to: “Are You An Entrepreneur Or a ‘Wantrepreneur’?
Featured photographers & copyright: Geraldine Aresteanu (Intrapreneur, Extrapreneur, Momtrepreneur, Seniorpreneur) and Flavia Dobraca (Minipreneur, Wantrepreneur).
Copyright Innerpreneur: Intelligent HQ