The Great Revolutionary is growing with each day and we are excited with each addition to our team that we get, especially because this means the end product that you, the reader, will get increases greatly.
This new addition comes in the likes of Andrey Gidaspov, a great individual who has a wealth of information and wisdom that he is excited to share with the world. Andrey is exceptionally talented in International Relations and Business and has hands-on successful experience. His information and insight is a sure way to increase your general output and effectiveness no matter what your project is. Check back often to see his latest posts and articles.
Andrey has been engaged in international business for over 17 years. He’s lived and worked in China, United Arab Emirates, Central Asia, Russia, Hong Kong and the U.S. He has helped U.S. small- and medium-sized businesses discover new technology markets in Russia and Uzbekistan. He developed his own successful business in Hong Kong, and helped bring advanced mobile applications from Europe to China, South East Asia and South Africa. In 2007 Andrey published his first book, sharing successful market access strategies and business development advice on how to enter Russia’s booming technology market. He’s passionate about sharing his international business and entrepreneurship advice with aspiring youth, and has worked for large non-profits to raise funds for new educational programs, mentor students and connect U.S. and international universities. His business motto is “connecting success worldwide,” and he enjoys connecting the dots and networking for success.
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Our lives are constantly in an experiment with faith. A faithful or faithless lifestyle can be understood through a glass of water. The glass represents our faith. The water represents our hope. First we must understand that there is no other type of faith, but real faith. You can’t have a half-hearted belief, otherwise it is not faith. There is real faith and there is dead faith. (more…)
A few years back when I initially arrived in D.C., I was enrolled in the Washington Center academic internship program. One of the seminars I remember, which was highly recommended, had to deal with the topic of, “life balance.” Initially, I laughed at this seminar and said to myself, “how can one not have a life balance, this is silly.” However, remembering this seminar, I can say, “that seminar was one of the most influential sessions I attended.”
Poverty never bothered me; I can live on four hundred dollars cash per annum, if I must; time to think, and freedom of action, are much more important to me at present than any possible economic advantage. (more…)
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This week, I am going to focus on the internship experience, but a different issue that many students are hesitant to address.
Who would of thought having a balanced budget in D.C. actually could exist. Of course I am not talking about the federal government, I am talking about you being a role model and making a balanced budget.
Vladimir Putin answers questions about Ukraine, oil prices, Russian economy, Crimea and much more during the annual press conference held in Moscow, Russia
H.Res.758 Looks To Confront Russia by giving the US the capability to go to war by invoking article 5 of a NATO collective security agreement.