All of us spend our entire lives carrying out different kinds of research and studies, making investments and solving numerous problems with the hope of receiving different kinds of benefits. The purpose of the Trekmentor School of Supreme Research is to study the costs and benefits of these.
Unless you have clear answers to the above questions, you are probably lost somewhere. Hence, everyone in this world who wants to live a better life should first find answers to the above questions ideally before start doing anything. The Trekmentor School of Supreme Research guides you to find crisp and clear answers to the above questions with no basic assumptions or beliefs.
You own a mountain of gold. Your business earns another mountain of gold for you. Will you be satisfied and stop then?
What is meant by a successful business? Does a successful business mean successful business owners? To what degree a business can make an owner successful? Can fulfilling corporate social responsibility add more success to a business and/or owners? What should precisely be made successful here? Is it the business, owners, employees or customers? Whose interests the risk management practices should attempt to protect then? What should a successful business sell?
What should be the fundamental purpose of a business if success is sort after by any or all groups of stakeholders? What should be the strategic direction? Can the strategic direction be different for different businesses? What should be a successful exit strategy?
Trekmentor School of Business teaches you business execution strategies that you may find very contrary to what you already know. But our teachings are geared towards supreme success, not anything less. And our recipe can make everyone successful - including your competitors, their employees and their customers - as long as they also get their directions right.
The existance of law and law enforcement activities is a characteristic of a noncivilized society. The need arises due to the noncivilized activities of people. Generally, people believe that law establishes order and lawlessness establishes disorder. With these views they continue to implement stricter laws expecting better order when existing laws fail to maintain expectations. However, the enforcement of stricter laws indicates the existance of a more noncivilized society and establishes the new state as the norm. This cycle of deterioration continues unnoticeably. Hence, "law leads to order" is a shortsighted view.
If we are to work towards better civilized societies, we need to question the "law leads to order" and "lawlessness leads to disorder" views. What we should work towards is "lawlessness and order".
But how? What are the finer points? How do we improve "lawlessness and order" while we still have to deal with "law and disorder"? What was the missing piece of the puzzle that we failed to identify that made our societies noncivilized and heavily depend on law and law enforcement functions? These are what you learn from Trekmentor School of Law and Order.
What should be the basis that determines the ownership of a certain territory? Can we accept the "first owners own the land" rule? Then who are the exact first owners? Would we be happy to give our land to the first owners even if we find them? How about the "current owners own the land" rule? Then who are the exact current owners? Would we be happy to give our land to a party who freshly start claiming ownership?
What exactly is ownership? Who owns what, who wants to own what for what purpose and who receives what when they own that?
Surely, the state governance is not just limited to border marking. How about politics and elections? The winners receive enemies, the losers receive pain. The winners need to protect themselves from enemies. The losers need to protect themselves from the protective measures of winners. What do the people who belong to neither side receive and what protective measures do they need to take?
Trekmentor School of State Governance has answers to the above and many more issues.
The growth of human beings is facilitated and shaped by formal and informal education. The focus areas of education differ at different ages. Take education for children. What qualities do we expect them to demonstrate when they are growing up and grown up? Who is around to be considered a good role model and why? In what ways your role model is better than you? What's our target around which we formulate the educational strategies, plans and policies for our children?
Education needs to build a robust core within the children that will support them during their childhood, youth, adulthood and elderly ages. Around this core, other supportive learning needs to evolve.
At present times, we mostly see the supportive learning happening without the core. Since a beneficial core is missing, even the supportive learning opportunities created are wild guesses of the already mislead and in many cases go against the good of those being taught. As the fruits of this adulthood entertainment oriented education without a robust and beneficial core, the children, the young, the adults and the elders run a race to win bits of feeble entertainment only to find out that at the end of each and every day they are left only with tiredness and fatigue. Are you an exempt? Is your role model an exempt?
When the targetted, guided, attempted, established and accepted core is characterized by tiredness and fatigue, what makes one to expect a result with entirely opposite qualities? If not due to someone's own confusion and misunderstanding, what else leads him or her to live in this self conflicting state (expect one thing, but do something that results in entirely opposite results)? To whom such education and resultant life with a characteristic core of tiredness and fatigue are good for? Don't you sense that something is terribly wrong within the whole system?
We will be adding some other areas (schools) to this list in future as we build content and expand on currently listed topics.