Dawn of The Innerpreneur – Revels’15
As Karl Marx best put it “Sell a man a fish and he is fed for a day, teach a man how to fish and you ruin a wonderful business opportunity.”
‘The Apprentice’, belonging to the category ‘EQ-IQ’, was one of the first among many events to start off Revels’15; and its frenzied, characteristic, manic status quo. A three round event, ‘The Apprentice’ is centered on the corporate sphere and all that is encapsulated within. Yesterday bore witness to the first round of this fairly sizeable event, which was essentially a quiz based around the various concerns that perpetrates the commercial sector on a daily basis.
As participants poured into the designated venue and filed themselves into teams of two, an innocent trepidation seized their minds as each team received its copy of questions. An appeal to value integrity over unfair conduct was made by the head of the event stating that the use of any gadgets would result in immediate disqualification. As the event progressed, a gentle murmur engulfed the setting. Momentous syllables of excitement, high fives of agreement and the occasional sharp snap of fingers were some of the many aspects of the event that marked the exhaustive use of the participants’ memory, all this under the supervision of the Vigilance volunteers.
All in all, the entire affair was conducted with the utmost level of professionalism and did not suffer any episode of mismanagement or accusations of prejudice or bias. The event was exceptional especially since there was no time restriction when it came to entering the competition itself. The very notion that the participants discussed vociferously spoke volumes with regard to the criterion acknowledged while framing the questionnaire, many of which were intricately varied and amusingly relatable.