By the end of 2013, the first edition of my book adapting open innovation ecosystem dynamics was released. The book is an academic book based on research in Open innovation, yet, the book is reader-friendly for any enthusiast about the topic. The book is available in most stores, with international shipping. You can find it in Amazon, Abebooks, Bookdepository and other top stores. For further info about the book topic, please check the post.
I used to live like anyone else, wakeup in the morning, have breakfast or even be faster due to the rush of life and start my day once opening my eyes and raise my body from the bed. Sometimes I wake up happy for no clear reason, and sometimes already bored or fed-up for no reason as well, or maybe some kind of tacit reason that if I spent my morning searching for it I will not catch my daily tasks that I have to do. After that I go to work or do my studies, have lunch, go out with friends, read a book or anything that will let me reach the noon to spend it with the one I love or alone. Long day I had, O, finally its ending, time for dinner or any type of calories to kill my hunger then it’s time for bed again. The rest we all know or you can start reading again from line 1.
In 2012 i gave a TEDx speech in Helsinki. Below is the video for the speech and the short introduction. It was atough day! I had the presidential elections at the same day in Egypt and since i was supporting one of the candidates campaigns i was already tired and stressed. I hope you find it well.
Had you ever thought how the best snipers in the world manage to hit their targets even in the worst conditions? The Finnish sniper “Simo Hayha?” or as named by the red army of soviet union “White death” used to shoot without using a telescopic sight. How did he manage to do that in such harsh weather and far targets! The secret is shooting between heartbeats.