As a faculty member in SBI I could not resist responding to Theo Wilson’s recent article in which he alluded that SBI teaches slave mentality, and does not provide an Entrepreneurship program . His assertions are not true, but illusions and another form of self-sabotage. He cherished victimhood over action and essentialism over universalism. This victimology, separatism, and anti-intellectualism hindered success. I suggest he abandon his debilitating views about SBI and join the band wagon.
By Johnsto E. Osagie, DBAGraduate Faculty1 SBI Plaza, # 54Tallahassee, FL 32317