Jorge Mall On His Business And Thinking Outside The Box

Jorge Mall is the Founder President-Director of D’Or Institute of Research and Education in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. That is where he also attended college at the Federal University and also did his medical residency there. Continuing on Jorge attended São Paulo University where he earned his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology in 2004. Mr. Mall’s research and study covers antisocial behavior, social psychology, neural bases of behavior and moral cognition, neuroscience, and moral emotions.

 

At his institute Jorge Mall is able to deliver education, research, and healthcare in Brazil that goes above and beyond and is world class. When Jorge goes to work each day he makes it an important part to exchange ideas and meets with entrepreneurs, researchers, students, scientists, and associates to discuss these ideas and bring them to life. They are brought to life by choosing the best ones, and there are plenty to pick from. Some trends that Jorge Mall finds exciting is the world of cognitive systems and artificial intelligence, particularly how they are combined and function as one unit.

 

To be a productive entrepreneur Jorge uses his skills, is open and transparent about business. This makes for a good business when people can trust you and what your mission is. He also believes innovation is very important to be successful. Doing the same thing over again will not get the results you want over time and the market is usually over saturated. The other part to this is to use your ideas or let them go. Don’t hold on to them forever because that inaction will never produce results. On a personal note the best $100 he spent recently was on his children and their interests. This includes toys, movies, and even legos. For him personally buying a new domain name so he start up another website. Perhaps a non-governmental organization. When it comes to software and web service he uses and likes there are two. They are Trello and Evernote. Jorge Mall is always thinking outside the box to find solutions to help the greater good. He recommends others do the same and see what kind of impact on the world they have.

 

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