He walks naked on the documentary The World’s Richest People on Discovery Channel. Not many CEO walks around naked in TV, and not many of them got to become rich by selling clothes naked. Frenchman and Hindu monk Christian Fabre did this and much more.
He has a staff of 40 at head office and as many as 62,000 workers in 35 factories in India and China. M Fabre may also be the world’s least expensive executive. Although a co founder of Fashion International with two Indian partners, his Hinduism demands he holds no attachment to anything worldly, including clothes for the most part. It also means that he holds no shares in the company he directs. ”I get paid only 10,000 rupees (Pounds 130) a month, just for pocket money,” he says. ”There is no Swiss bank account, no hidden funds, no other agenda.” Ericellis.com
To improve quality every company has to work from inside and outside there headquarter. Here is a new for consumers to become a partner to YouTube and earn dollar on it.
Finding a way to recognize users for their creativity and their role in building YouTube is of the utmost importance to the team at YouTube. These original content creators will now have the chance to reap rewards from their work and receive the same promotional benefits afforded to YouTube’s other professional content partners. YouTube.com
For me bikes not only move bodies its move minds, and this cool design is so great that it don’t needs to move any body.
A design and manufacturing studio specializing in contemporary, modern furniture made primarily from recycled steel and aluminum bicycle rims, handlebars, and frames. Bikefurniture.com
They are sustainable and can recycle your bikes to cool furniture! Here is where you can send your old bikes.
The world is waiting to discover the filmmaker in you… at least if you have a story to tell.
From the dawn of time, humans have gathered around the village campfire to share their stories, a primal experience building community and creating strong emotion. We’re looking for films that will make us laugh, cry, and gasp. They can be fiction, non-fiction, real-life, animation, or your own unique mixture. But they should hold our attention for every second. And above all, they should tell a story that someone else on the other side of the world will be able to relate to. Pangeaday.org