What if I fall?


For a long time I used to believe that I had been born to be great. That I’d conquer the world. That I’d change something, leave something behind. It’s not true, actually. I wasn’t born to be great. No one ever is. I took that. I told myself that. I lied to myself. I stumbled from failure to failure. I decided to be self-propelled, to be fueled by my desire to become great, not by others seeing that greatness in me. I decided to fight for what I wanted, because no one would ever fight that battle for me.

So… what if you fly? What if you can actually do it?




University of Kansas

The paper is about the question that how firms can take advantage or accrue the human capital rent since it is vivid that always human capital rent goes to workers as in the perfect competition.
Human capital poses unique challenges but two of these challenges are discussed in the paper, and they are workers’ free will and workers’ perpetual ownership of their human capital. Free will refers to workers’ thoughts and feelings have a direct impact on what they are willing to do and how hard they are willing to work—that is, on the value that their human capital creates. Workers’ thoughts and feelings have a direct impact on what they are willing to do and how hard they are willing to work—that is, on the value that their human capital creates.

Four propositions are discussed widely through this paper.

P1: Inherently scarce human capital increases both human capital value in use and firms’ cost of human capital in almost equal amounts.

P2: Idiosyncratic firm complementarities increase human capital value in use.

P3: Idiosyncratic human capital administrative cost capabilities decrease firms’ cost of human capital.

P4: Capabilities that allow firms to idiosyncratically leverage labor market frictions decrease their cost of human capital.

The first proposition is widely understood and accepted that scarcity of human capital can enhance not only the cost of human capital for firms but it also enhances its value through capabilities and competencies. Second proposition deals with phenomenon that organizational capabilities drive human capital rent they increase value in use which cannot be achieved by the competitive firm. Third proposition says that labor market frictions can provide chances to apt value in use that human capital creates by inhibiting workers ability to exchange their human capital in labor market.

Last proposition is about capabilities that provide leverage to firms in perfect compe

How to Analyze People on Sight Through the Science of Human Analysis: The Five Human Types

Human Analysis-The X-Ray

Modern science has proved that the fundamental traits of every individual are indelibly stamped in the shape of his body, head, face and hands-an X-ray by which you can read the characteristics of any person on sight.

The most essential thing in the world to any individual is to understand himself. The next is to understand the other fellow. For life is largely a problem of running your own car as it was built to be run, plus getting along with the other drivers on the highway.

From this book you are going to learn which type of car you are and the main reasons why you have not been getting the maximum of service out of yourself.

Also you are going to learn the makes of other human cars, and how to get the maximum of co-operation out of them. This co-operation is vital to happiness and success. We come in contact with our fellowman in all the activities of our lives and what we get out of life depends, to an astounding degree, on our relations with him.

Book can be read at links provided and even PDF copy is also attached in end








A New world Order and Chinese Leadership

Chinese president Xi Jinping has vowed for the first time that China should take the lead in shaping the “new world order” and safeguarding international security, one of the latest moves putting him in stark contrast to Donald Trump and the US president’s “America First” policy. Xi had on numerous occasions called for China to…

via Chinese president Xi Jinping has vowed to lead the “new world order” — Quartz

One Million Patents Rights and the Rising China


Though everybody must be perplexed and astounded since having digested the unraveled truth of 1,000,000 and over patenting rights applications record in 2015 earned by China and having top slot consecutively since 2011 is somehow creating probes and shaking certainties with uncertainties but some research of (Hu, Peng & Lejing 2016) probed that these patent rights are probably less bothering to world since they are mere less innovative caused by inactive firms who failed to register for patents previously but other notion cannot be shunned that it is China which has strong hold in technology and leaving behind many advanced nations since The Chinese have a saying: “Nothing is impossible to a willing mind.”

1.Winning the Race

Obviously having second largest economy, everybody is eying on China, its military might, its political alliances, economic strategies, One Belt One Road initiative, innovation taking places, beauty of sea shores, gigantic skyscrapers, fireworks, Ice festivals and Job Booms. Every day, every second and every moment is being noticed and watched minutely. Some companies are eager to engage in business with it and some are curious to compete with firms within it but how and what are the areas to be sought with patent rights, where you have to register for and at, State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) China, the busiest office in the world leaving behind Japan, South Korea and USA in patent rights as indicated in graph below since 2011.


2. Billionaires

The authors have indicated in paper that resident patent applications have seen drastic surge and gigantic increasing trend as patents have sharply risen from 153,060 in 2007 to 415,829 in 2011 leaving behind so called inventing nations including the champion of billionaires (Transformational Leaders), if we take top twenty billionaires then certainly it would be United States of America which occupies top slots having 13 billionaires including Bill Gates, better known with Microsoft, Mark Zuckerberg famous with Facebook, Larry Ellison familiar with Oracle, Larry and Sergey affiliated with Google and many more while indeed China is having very few stars glittering in this field such as Wang Jianlin, the richest person in Asia, known as real estate mogul, and Jack Ma who is more inspiring with his ideology of e-commerce and with, out of box approach, ensuring a ground for promised future combat.


3. Human Capital Development

This spectacular rise is accompanied with a cause of foreign corporations’ fear of their technology being imitated if they failed to file their patent since Chinese local manufacturers and industrialists are wise and sharp enough to imitate their technology being one of the reasons elaborated but again it is reinforced in paper that invention patent applications have been surging faster to R& D expenditures for the innovators which is the delighting sign for time to come while one reason may be less fascinating that it is human capital of China which is having larger contribution towards patents and inventions and building The Great China.

4. Race for Noble Laureates

It would not be astronomical to disclose that it is USA who has garnered the crown of major inventions and discoveries in the world since it is the sole diverse nation harboring Noble Laureates more than 360 where as China even being ambitious is at last with approximate 12 Noble Award Winners in hand so quest remain challenged whether this peak of patents would be able to multiply in Noble Award Winners along with Darwin Awards, Oscar Awards and many more in multi different fields or still the journey to be long awaited.

5. Research and Development

Worthy to acknowledge that China is one of those outstanding few nations where Research and Development expenditure to GDP is more than 2 % (reported by http://data.worldbank.org) as primarily in 2012 it reached 1 trillion RMB (reported by China.org.cn)

6. Becoming the Great China

From economic rise to scientific competition, it is indeed China that has proved in many realms such as Bullet Trains, traveling at 420 km per hour, embarking on manufacturing, assembling, designing and training in this field, along with this, Beijing has embarked on commercial airplane manufacturing, a sector that is having more impediments and stumbling blocks but a willing a mind cannot be deviated, sooner or later and last but not the least China is indeed third country in the world, launched human into space in 2003, and having a plan to go on far side of the moon in 2018 in its Lunar mission.

The sheer and dynamic leadership of President Xi Jinping is ensuring that country is moving vertical and in right direction and days are not ahead when realm and hegemony it would have either in economy or science.

Transformational Leadership and its impact on employees’ Turnover Intention a study in private banks in Pakistan


With the arrival of WTO, organizational changes and reforms have been pondered constant,
Transformational leadership has played a drastic role in transforming organizations from bottom to top as evident from corporations such as Facebook, Wal-Mart, Google, and many
more but on contrary turnover intention have been found a factor, very troublesome and chronic violating diversity, growth, organizational prosperity and hampering attainment of
objectives set by top management. In this survey based study we have found transformational leadership has inverse relationship with turnover intention but insignificant, in mid-growing banks of Pakistan where employees are probed to be more concerned with financial benefits such as salary, bonus, increments, loans and other perks and incentives due to compelling financial conditions and worse economic situations thus implying transformational leadership has limited role to play.