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About Vipin Gupta
Dr. Vipin Gupta is a professor of management, and co-director of the Center for Global Management at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, California State University, San Bernardino. He was previously at Simmons University, Boston, Grand Valley State University, and Fordham University.
Vipin Gupta has a Ph.D. in managerial science and applied economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a gold medalist for outstanding academic performance in the post-graduate MBA program at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad; a top rank holder in the B.Com. (Hons) Program at Sri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi, India; and an all-India rank holder at the graduate program of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India.
Professor Gupta has authored about 180 journal articles and book chapters, including in Journal of Business Venturing, Family Business Review, Research in Organizational Behavior, Asia-Pacific Journal of Management, Multinational Business Review, Journal of World Business, Advances in Global Leadership, and Management Review. Besides delivering lectures and keynotes in several nations, he has presented at international academic conferences worldwide, including the Academy of Management, IFSAM, EGOS, Society of Industrial Organization Psychologists, Global Entrepreneurship Conference, and Family Enterprise Research Conference. He has been on the governing board and organizing committee of several international conferences. In 2017, he served as the academic program chair for the 52nd CLADEA Assembly.
Dr. Gupta is the co-editor of the seminal GLOBE (Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness Program) book Culture, Leadership, and Organizations – The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies (Sage Publications, 2004). He is the principal investigator of the path-breaking CASE (Culturally-sensitive Assessment Systems and Education) Project on family businesses. He edited two critically acclaimed books on the theme of strategic management, performance, and leadership in the emerging markets: Creating Performing Organizations (Sage Publications, 2003) and Transformative Organizations (Sage Publications, 2004). He is the author of the Strategic Management and Business Policy: Concepts and Applications (PHI Learning, 2003 and 2005). He has been the principal editor of ten books on family business models in ten different regional clusters and the eleventh book on family businesses’ gender dimension (ICFAI University Press, 2004). He has also co-authored a research manuscript MNC Subsidiaries in China: An empirical study of growth and development strategy (Information Age Publishing; 2015), and a textbook Leadership Across the Globe (Routledge USA, 2015).
Vipin Gupta has been a recipient of the coveted 2005 Scott Myers Award for Applied Research in the Workplace from Society for Industrial Organization Psychologists, USA. As a 2015-16 American Council of Education fellow, he visited sixty-two universities, colleges, and higher education institutions in nine European nations, the USA, and India.
Dr. Gupta has offered several training programs and workshops on strategic planning and cross-cultural management to senior executives, administrators, defense personnel, and research methods to doctoral students and faculty in India and the US. He has been a visiting or guest faculty at more than thirty business schools in India. His workshops and lectures have been covered by several newspapers and television channels.
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A form trades the mass of consciousness present within the wholesome sequence of preceding forms. It services its absolute consciousness of the wholesomewhole sequence of forms, both proceeding and succeeding. A preceding form reincarnates in a new form in the old space after growth in its mass. A succeeding from exchanges that mass to gain primordiality within the old space. As the preceding forms reproduce the succeeding forms in the new space before moving to discover another new space, each successive new space becomes increasingly densely populated.
Attachment to the present space makes the succeeding forms increasingly dependent on time exchange. A succeeding form seeks to exchange the time from the preceding forms by programming their consciousness within its mass of consciousness, thus integrating their ascending adaptation advantage within its descending selection advantage. Since the preceding forms are programmed to live without the present space, the exchange force leads the succeeding form to its entropy within the present space. The entropy opens the window to a new era without any primordiality-based class differentiation. The absolute freedom from the gravitational force frees the entities from exchanging their time for the conscious benefit of the primordial one. A new physics is necessary to understand the reality of Mother Nature in an era where gravity does not matter.
What is Trading Factor investigates the origins of mathematics and its correlation with the physical events, their biological effects, and chemical reactions on the diverse organic forms and inorganic shapes with the following thesis. Mathematics is the representation of reality as one. Since reality is not one, the mathematical one is not the real one. Imaginary one makes mathematical one whole. Two ones order the universe with simplicity. Since one intends the two Ones to be the whole one, the mathematical one shapes an illusion of a positive one, and the imaginary one makes us imagine a negative one when squared. They make the sum of two squares zero. Since the square root of zero is zero, zero is also a square. To visualize zero as a square, one takes zero as a variable varying with the order created with constant two, comprising two ones. Zero is the pie one consumes whole for producing two pies by reproducing the constant two. Variable zero is root zero. When one consumes the root and produces the growing stem, the growing stem comprises ingrowing root and outgrowing root forming a circle. Since ingrowing and outgrowing roots represent a square, one divides them with the square’s reality to make two pies. Reality includes four Ones (mathematical, imaginary, real, whole), two twos (constant two and variable two), and one zero. By dividing two Twos with reality (seven), one makes two Pies into two-quarters of the circle, forming a pi (22/7); each pie is a quarter (square of half forming the real one). It becomes half when squared. It becomes whole when circled.
The full circle comprises the four ones, of which only one is the real one, and the other three are illusionary ones formed by reproducing one zero. It is an ellipse of one thousand circled and divided by seven twos. Seven twos include constant two and six variable twos, since each of the four ones and one zero are also variable two, covarying with the constant two. Thus, 2π is 1,000/72; it forms four quarters of a full circle, representing a whole one. The full circle comprises four whole ones since the reality (seven) includes four ones. Thus, full circle = 8π = 4, within squared seven = 53.
A π comprises a real one, an imaginary one, and a mathematical oneness between the real one and the imaginary one that perpetuates the light of the whole one within two quarters. Thus, π = wholesomewhole three. Since π is the reproductive lightforce of the full circle, it represents the Newtonian Gravitational Constant (G’) comprising three ones reproducing two ones with a pi that is also a one. Thus, G’ = 6π = 3. Since the squared imaginary one is the tensor generating stress in real one’s energy, Stress-Energy Tensor = Tuv = -1. Thus, C = 8 π G Tuv = 4 * 3 * -1 = -12. Letter “C” is the initial spatial state. Since each one is a finite point in space, it generates an illusion of curving space with time curved while imagining one that supernaturally forms π out-of-sync with Mother Nature. So, Einstein tensor of space curvature Gμν = 1. 1 = -12, only if m = 0 and there is no energy curving time. Therefore, e = m c2 = 0. It is the “eventual spatial state” after discharging the “quantum photon” from the “consequential entity state” of twelve to compensate for “C” before squaring it to continue
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What Is Human Factor: The Key to A Joyful Life is the interplay between masculinity and femininity. Here is the starting premise that I investigate in-depth here for some fascinating findings.
As humans, we all have masculinity. As a human factor, masculinity differentiates us from Mother Nature. Mother Nature blesses us to be her child creation with her femininity. Therefore, femininity is like a deity body that embodies the deity kingdom whose omnipermeating spirit gives birth to the human kingdom.
Not all of us behave like humans. The first class of beings makes conscious decisions to behave like the animal kingdom wishing to establish their omnipotence by managing everything astutely. A second class chooses to imagine the seeds of plants within them para-consciously. They work tirelessly to proliferate their wisdom until they get the credit for their omniscience, like the plant kingdom that appears to know everything with its timeless patience and presence.
A third class infuses their virtues within the absolute consciousness of everything fused with both plant-like growth and animal-like development. They act like the mineral kingdom leading from the front but with an omnipresence in the background.
A fourth class fuses its intuition within everybody so that everyone begins behaving like them. They act like the metal kingdom repelling everyone sharing their energy, and attracting everyone like them. They extensify the integrated geography over time and intensify the time-varying group differentiation. They are always present, seeking to trade whatever is present for manifesting what is not.
A fifth class naturally creates affinity with anyone attached to them. They form a circle seeking to shower their maternal affection on those loyal. They expect increasing returns, organizing all the loyal followers for creating attachment with those outside the circle of attachment. They act like the material kingdom that generates thermodynamic entropy in everybody attracted and attached to its masculinity, making it the Almighty Creator.
Dr. Vipin Gupta (Ph.D., Wharton) is a Professor at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, California State University San Bernardino, USA.
A devoted may be anyone who attracts the devotee with her feminine devotion, just like Mother Nature. That anyone may even be a masculine, such as a benevolent deity or a paternal guru, acting in oneness with Mother Nature. The devotee is the one attracted to the devoted. Since the force of attraction is mysterious, the real identity of the devotee becomes a mystery.
Why would anyone be devoted to the one seeking personal conscious well-being, just because the one is a devotee willing to surrender to the one exerting the force of attraction? Suppose you are devoted to the one enjoying your concordant energy after surrendering everything including oneself. That one divides your energy into half, self-perpetuating you as your extended self. Thus, a devotee becomes devoted to the conscious well-being of a whole universe of entities, taking your consciousness and making that his. In this way, a masculine always dominates the feminine, since the feminine is the primordial element. The masculine exists because the feminine pre-exists. Anyone dominated eventually experiences entropy just like the one who has already surrendered oneself. With self-awareness, everyone eventually seeks to know:
Who am I, and Why am I attracted to you in a law-like fashion?
Who created me, and why am I so different from you?
What’s my potential, and how can I discover it?
What’s the essence of the MY element, and why am I attached to it?
Why am I entangled with my past, and how to move forward without any past baggage?
Dr. Vipin Gupta has a Ph.D. in managerial science and applied economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a gold medalist from the Post-graduate Program of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. He is a Professor of sensible management and appropriate science at the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration, California State University San Bernardino, USA.
Every scientist wishes that someone will falsify the world crafted using the present body of scientific methods one day. One such world comprises the manifold versions of relativity theories, measuring E = mc2. Suppose one deified scientist had not mathematically derived the value of energy in this way. In that case, today's scientists will not bind their understanding to the light serviced by the deified leader scientist, traded and squared by them as a devoted follower. Evidently, when one conceives energy as mc2, its value—without the presence of the leader deity—is zero.
This landmark work, grounded in India’s ancient cultural metaphysics, challenges the present reality of what we know and believe to be true, whether about divinity, or spirituality, or the universe of objects or subjects, or us as a person. A unique feature is the precise quantification of the lightless energies, of both the present reality as well as the varying paradigms and doctrines working on modifying that. It is a part of a series of twelve books that democratizes the ability to understand our present reality, beyond those who are experts in modern science, and use this understanding for personal as well as societal well-being. The beta reviewers note “This is unbelievable work that would change the way life is seen and lived” and “Looking forward to this being a massive success!”