We’re almost there, down to the wire with the election just two days away – intense or what? Please, please, please America, vote for the future and that means, Joe Biden!
I’ve been doing my weekend reads for nearly six months and it seems people are valuing it, which is awesome. I took a week off this week
The COVID19 pandemic is not the only crisis we face. The last decade was earth’s hottest on record. Since 1970, we have lost 68% of the population size of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles.
My overarching feeling is The Social Dilemma missed something really really important. The human aspect.
The RBG news went from sorrow, to outrage, to fear and then political momentum started to move in the right direction faster than I’ve ever seen it happen before.
It was heartbreaking waking to the news that RBG has left us. But what a lady? What a legacy!
Something that has always helped me stay positive, engaged, hopeful and energized is to get busy.
If you are ready to stand up for what you believe in, now is the time to put your brave boy/girl pants on and do it
It was to be expected. A week highlighting a parallel universe in the United States, and of course, I’m talking about
Do you know what I heard this week? Words of love. Of hope, possibility, passion, purpose, unity and light.
WhatsApp is not a collaboration tool! It’s a messaging app and it’s absolutely useless when it comes to collaboration.
Of course it’s not easy to do when fear is so thick in the air.
The blast in Beirut was devastating. You can’t imagine that happening where you live, especially if you’ve never lived in a war zone. Of course,
The North is empty. The doors are shuttered and every day new ‘for rent’ and ‘for sale’ signs are going up. Some of the business owners I spoke with said they would be extremely challenged to make it until Christmas if this isn’t over.
This year – 2020 – is a tough year for many reasons, but it’s also the year Thailand tackles its worst drought in 40 years!! I can not express how alarming it is when the wettest region in the world – the tropics – experiences drought
How can I get out in the middle of a pandemic you might ask? Well I live in Thailand and it’s been seven weeks since any cases of community transmission.
I don’t know about you, but I can accept the fact we’re in a pandemic and everything that comes with it, my struggle is in the idiocy we’re seeing around the world.
Surely this was the week we saw global acceptance of the huge challenges facing us in overcoming the pandemic? Of course there will always be those who doubt what is right in front of their eyes, but the majority is what matters, right?
COVID19 is back at the top of the headlines, as the US witnesses flareups across the county. I’ve got to be honest. The way this is being discussed in America…
On the one hand, many countries opening up have citizens who have done the hard yards to eradicate COVID19, by following extreme measures. It’s not over in many of these countries, but they have a better sense of where they are, and a commitment to doing what is needed to end the crisis in their countries.
More than 11,000 scientists from all over the world came together with 25 years of data, showing us the world is heading towards catastrophic outcomes for all life on planet earth, and for humans “untold suffering.”
A day visiting and sharing food at Burmese workers camps in Phuket Town, Thailand, end of May 2020.
This week, the content around #BlackLivesMatter has become deeper and more reflective. There are people across whole swathes of society thinking about racism in a much deeper way. It feels like real change is possible.
The news has been overwhelming these last few months especially, and then this week happened!!
If you haven’t noticed – and there’s a chance you won’t if you haven’t put images and links in your About section on LinkedIn before – but a short while back, the visual content that originally existed as part of your About section, is now broken out into a new section, called Featured.
Hi everyone, writing to you from the end of my 10th week in quarantine, and while the early weeks saw me lost in the story
It appears my first weekend reads was valued, so here we go with week two. I always read far and wide, which I encourage everyone
Knowledge is power, and far reaching reading habits – across multiple sources and platforms – is critical if we want to understand the world and what is happening.
This article aims to help contribute to the collective conversation in meaningful ways, and demonstrate how to serve your audience and solidify your social leadership for this time.
One of the reasons I have always LOVED social media, is because I get to watch how people communicate, across all the topics I care
I want to help in this time of crisis, and one thing I can do is offer my newly published book – “18 Steps to
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