Our vocabulary visibly expands, so should our ability to embrace change and transformation! 30 terms and notions that you (may) have heard of, or trends which you are already experiencing.
Interview with Nona Henti, the Workshop’s Facilitator
I am honored and so very happy to start tomorrow a new Workshop on behalf of a truly broad-minded client-company. Here is the Workshop’s objective and purpose:
25 May: Africa Day “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” African Proverb
“The entrepreneur needs to become aware of the fact that there is no concept of ‘stagnation’ in business. You either grow or you regress. Even if you chose to stagnate, you might still need the aid of the business consultant to prevent regression.” Nicolas Plesea
“Peace begins with a smile.” Mother Teresa Today: Macedonia | Madagascar | Malawi | Malaysia | Maldives | Mali | Malta | Marshall Islands | Mauritania | Mauritius Cover Photography © Gina Buliga | Madagascar
“We are, at almost every point of our day, immersed in cultural diversity: faces, clothes, smells, attitudes, values, traditions, behaviors, beliefs, rituals.” Randa Abdel-Fattah Today: Laos | Latvia | Lebanon | Lesotho | Liberia | Libya | Liechtenstein | Lithuania | Luxembourg Cover Photography © Eric Lafforgue | Libya
What do you wish for in 2017, he asked? I won’t settle for anything less than peace, I said. Long-lasting resounding worldwide peace. Global peace, literally peace in every corner of this world, you know? Yes, he said gently, yes, I know … Featured Artist: Ilie Krasovschi
Photography © Sorin Onisor “Winter Song” by Nichita Stanescu | English translation by Thomas Carlson and Vasile Poenaru
Cover Photography: Steve McCurry and the “Afghan Girl” | Photo © Bente Haarstad Photography June 1985: The image of a young Afghan woman with intense green eyes in a red headscarf makes the cover of the National Geographic Magazine. The portrait was taken in 1984 by the amazing photojournalist and visual storyteller, Steve McCurry. Compared […]
“Parents and schools should place great emphasis on the idea that it is all right to be different. Racism and all the other ‘isms’ grow from primitive tribalism, the instinctive hostility against those of another tribe, race, religion, nationality, class or whatever. You are a lucky child if your parents taught you to accept diversity.” […]
As 2016 approaches its end, I look back over the past twelve months (as we did before in 2015 and 2014) and what I see is that we did things differently this year!