Komsomolskaya Pravda, 24.04.2008, www.kp.ru
We all know why we go to school and university. Of course we want to gain useful knowledge and experience, ultimately leading to a prestigious job, success and wealth.
Komsomolskaya Pravda, 17.04.2008
Success is an integral element in being happy. But it’s often a mysterious and elusive element to obtain. There have been just as many attempts to create a universal formula for success as there have been for finding love.
Expensive Pleasure, April 2008
For most of us, South America is associated with Aztecs, Tarantino films and tequila. Tour companies, who are endlessly outdoing each other with enticing invitations to take a plunge into the exotic, are largely responsible for the common misconception about this so-called “cactus paradise.”
Your Day, March 2008
In Ecuador, the heart of the world, top managers from different sectors of business convened under the unique “Peak of Successful People” project. These Russian business leaders climbed the 5,126-meter Ilinica Norte, one of South America’s highest mountains.
At the end of February, the publication “Retirement Money” initiated an unprecedented project called “The Peak of Successful People” – where a team of top managers from some of Russia’s most successful companies summitted South America’s highest volcano, Iliniza Norte (5,126 meters) as well as visited the Galapagos Islands.
I Buy, February 2008
“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war.” This old Samurai saying still rings true today. To be successful in anything, you have to win from the very beginning and you have to be a winner inside yourself. Those who have found victory within are not afraid of any difficulty.
The new publication was presented by the Advisor to the President of Tatarstan for Social Affairs Tatyana Larionova and director of the Alpari Charitable Fund Andrey Dashin.
Expensive Pleasure, №1, January 2008
Andrey Dashin’s childhood was spent in the old apartment buildings around Kazan’s “Black Lake” park. There he played “war” with his friends, and like all boys, dreamed of becoming either an astronaut or a spy. Those were two of the most popular professions of the time.