Imagine being a dog and working with three different dog trainers. Each has their own style and agenda. Imagine that these three trainers could show up at any time and might change places abruptly. Now imagine that all three trainers are YOU and you must juggle your priorities and goals in real time. Amazingly, we do it every single day. Here’s hoping we can all do it well!
Archives for March 2016
Our 15 year old Guest Authors Ama Amponfi-Kyei & Gabriela von Grünau have it ‘All Figured Out’!
There, in the shadows of a building that dated back to the Soviet occupation, by the look of it, she smoked as I sipped beer. But chatting about our day of exploring the city, we weren’t expecting the slice of Budapest life that was about to unfold.
And we would have missed it completely if our accommodation plans had worked out as intended.
Galya Westler has some strong opinions about women. She sees many of her female peers holding themselves back and not fulfilling their potential.
Because they leave traces of our mistakes behind; because they remind us of things we would rather forget.
In the conquering of the unconquerable guilt for desiring the best life.
I have learned that if I don’t constantly, compassionately and patiently apply better standards, by forgiving those parts of me that had me convinced that I was not designed for more – like when I feel sorry for myself that I cannot join my fellow cardio level uppers – then wubbalubbadubdub…watch
Online Marketing in today’s world is invaluable, but at the same time, it can prove to be a great challenge if you are on a low budget. There are companies that spend millions on online marketing, and then there are companies that don’t spend anything at all, and they still get great results.
Walking into the school to look over a student’s shoulder seeing his study of “visible and invisible trade” catches me off guard in this remote school location. We have come to this region of Africa to visit the gorillas of the Bwindi Forest. Yet more engaging is a four-hour community walk with a local guide offering glimpses and surprises of Uganda’s rural life.
There is something out there.
It is more than nothing.
It has come to matter to me.