March 8, 2016Doug Hadden
Renowned violinist, entrepreneur and cultural ambassador, Miha Pogacnik, opened the 2016 FreeBalance Minister’s Roundtable (FMRT) in Managua, Nicaragua on Monday. He moved to the FreeBalance International Steering Committee conference (FISC) later that day.
Miha’s perspectives on creativity to government leaders proves Marshall McLuhan‘s view that only the artist lives in the present and understands the intersections of what is going on. It’s very difficult to describe in words, and photos hardly hint at the dynamism our customers experienced.
For a glimpse at Miha’s excellence, watch the video below.
Many governments and businesses strive for excellence. The artist begins with excellence and strives for masterpieces. Governments should not build excellent budget plans and execute those plans, according to Miha. Governments should build creative masterpieces of budget plans that public servants play.
Speaking of playing, the maestro capped the cultural night hosted by the government of Nicaragua for FMRT and FISC attendees Monday at the beautiful and historic Palacio National de la Cultura.
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