Trend - a Slovak business magazine comparable to The Economist or Barron's has published a special section on education in its 47th issue of 2012. The cover feature highlights my teaching and entrepreneurial experience as I share my insights and recommendations for the Slovak educational system.
Presented under the auspices of Dušan Čaplovič, Secretary of Education of the Slovak Republic and organized in cooperation with the US Embassy, this full-day conference took place on October 30, 2012. A well-attended gathering of over 300 participants from private, public, and non-profit sectors, as well as educators from the corporate environment and all levels of Slovak schools.
Every owner of a startup has great expectations. What is the reality of such adventure? What does it take to be an entrepreneur and what are the chances of success? What are the most common barriers along this journey? What type of information do you need? What is success, and is it really what all of us dream about?
The American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic (AmCham) has designated the issue of education as its core initiative for 2012. Numerous representatives from the public and private sectors were invited to collaborate in a variety of workgroups to deliver actionable outputs to the Slovak education sector. I am pleased to be taking part in setting the new direction for the future of Slovak education.
The anticipation of a new beginning has been building up over the last few days. The Lean Eating Program was sold out in hours - only people that signed up for the pre-sale got a chance, and even from those the response was overwhelming. In collaboration with the Precision Nutrition team we were able save a few spots for the Lean Eating Scholarship recipients.