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15 May 2014 ~ 0 Comments

“Leading from behind” – from tourism to start-ups

Here is a piece I wrote for the Pioneers Post about “leading from behind” – a concept I learned from the founder of Where There Be Dragons. Read the piece here if you like! http://www.pioneerspost.com/comment/20140512/why-the-greatest-leaders-dont-always-go-the-right-way

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18 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

What your grandmother got wrong

A random little post I wrote on Huffington Post…. in case you are interested! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniela-papi/what-your-grandmother-got_b_4985053.html

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21 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Join our Monthly Resolutions Club

I spent new years hiking in spain with some friends…. which was a FABULOUS way to ring in a new perspective on a new year.  As I noted previously, I made some tech-fast resolutions, some of which I dig into here in this Huffington Post piece called “Calling All Email Addicts: A New Year’s Resolution […]

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01 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Hibernate with us!

Happy New Year! I wanted to share my New Years resolution with you, and invite you to join me, if you are interested! As a 2014 resolution, I’m committing to taking at least one 24 hour E-fast per week. That means, that at least once per week I will take 24 hours completely off of […]

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14 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Unreasonable Values

A Huffington Post piece I wrote on the Unreasonable Values of the Unreasonable Team: http://bit.ly/UnVal

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10 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Reflection

Watching yourself on video can be painful (especially when you had just cut all your hair off in an attempt to cut out the straight perm you should never have had – and the fact that you were being filmed in frizzy sweaty Cambodia!). Tara Roberts, founder of girltank, had come through Phnom Penh a […]

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18 September 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Belittling Excellence

Note: This is a pretty cheesy post. I wrote it a few months ago, on a particular day when I was fed up with our competition for mediocracy, and then I never posted it as I thought perhaps it was indeed the epitome of an American blogger’s cliché: way too cheesy. But then, as I continue to […]

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