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Kasparov to give lectures in Slovakia

Former world chess champion Garry Kasparov will come to Slovakia to attend the conference Big Ideas for Central and Eastern Europe which is to be held in Bratislava on October 13 and 14, the SITA newswire reported.

Former world chess champion Garry Kasparov will come to Slovakia to attend the conference Big Ideas for Central and Eastern Europe which is to be held in Bratislava on October 13 and 14, the SITA newswire reported.

Kasparov, who is considered to be one of best chess players of all time, will lecture European leaders on logical and strategic thinking. He will also offer advice on how to achieve success as a group leader and develop one's potential as an individual thanks to following one’s intuition.

Other prominent personalities, including former FC Barcelona football club president Joan Laporta, business author Scott McKain, management coach John Whitmore and marketing specialist Peter Littmann, are also expected to attend the conference.

Source: SITA

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