Nov 13, 2017
An Interview with Dr. Tarek Elgawhary the President of the
On this episode, Tarek shares with us how he has been able to
weave together his core values of love and mercy into a sustainable
career. What’s more, Tarek explains the surprising root cause of
conflict and how through a simple act such as consuming more coffee
(something tired parents can do in their sleep) you can take part
in resolving conflict amongst divided communities. Sounds like
something we need right now? Press play.
Listen to episode #2 especially if you’re curious about Tarek’s
thoughts on any of the following questions:
- What’s the story behind this popular bumper sticker?
- How can we support post-conflict communities by drinking more
- Is it possible to make a living while not leaving our religious
beliefs outside of work?
- Who should have a seat at the table when it comes to solving
major world challenges?
- What’s really at stake if we don’t challenge conventional
- What does this all have to do with how Tarek parents his twins
and how do they describe what their father does for work?
- What’s at risk if you don’t figure out how to turn your
interests into something sustainable?
In this interview, you’ll also hear how Tarek would answer the
following job interview question:
What’s the best way to establish trust with business partners
who bring decades of distrust to the table?
I loved Tarek's raw answer because he does aim to forge
authentic relationships with local farmers on the ground and trust
is a very real challenge for any business looking to root
themselves in an emerging country.