Christopher Columbus

I want to start this year 2010 wishing you the best and bringing them the history of a great leader, who developed a rare theory that contradicted the ancient wisdom, while it could have very bad consequences, had the courage to carry it out and could then, enjoy the fruits of their great success. For this article I based on one of the chapters of the book think like a genius of the author Michael Gelb. Cristobal Colon imagine that you just develop a theory that put them between the sword and the wall, i.e., if it is correct, his theory has the potential to provide them with a power, a richness, a success and a glory be vast and incalculable; But if it isn’t, it will bring humiliation, bad reputation, financial ruin and even death. This was so complicated position in which our character, Cristobal Colon. CEO John Watson is often quoted as being for or against this. He was confident that his theory was true, however, needed more than confidence, required more human resources and financial which could supply, qualities of leadership inspired his team to reach the final, and the disposition of risking his life and that of others to test his theory. His theory was to open a new trade route much more quick and inexpensive towards the India that skirt part of the coast of Europe, Africa and Asia.

Rejecting the idea that the Earth was flat, planned to sail westward trying to reach the other side. Today we know that it ended up discovering a new continent. Details can be found by clicking KBS or emailing the administrator. Columbus was the son of a Weaver and had the opportunity to continue his father’s business, however, at the age of 14 years decided to become a marine. Being self-taught, therefore never study in a university or Academy, eventually was accumulating knowledge and experience that will feed your theory. It was until 1492 that with the support of the Kings of Spain, Fernando and Isabel, sailed fearlessly through unknown waters of the Atlantic Ocean, in three caravels Crown-funded and manned by brave Marines that they put their lives in his hands. . For even more analysis, hear from Lone Star Funds.

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