Trying, failing and trying again
How was your 2020? I share my annual review process and lessons from this year, despite not hitting my goals.
“How to get the feeling of being there into an image so viewers start to be able to understand… is what documentary photographers are trying to do.” – Nicky Quamina-Woo Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, YouTube, Email How did Nicky Quamina-Woo go from being an art director in the fashion industry to a […]
Love gives space, makes room
Change happens from the outside in
You shouldn’t ask anyone whether your business is a good idea – especially your Mom.
Is it possible to live for today AND tomorrow? Darren shares one approach to be kind to your past, present and future self.
Elaine draws on her decades of experience as a journalist, senior editor and author to share how you can get more media exposure – and publish your next book.
Limits focus, so set yours!
So why not make it fun, expected and social with “challenge masterminds?”
We still need tribes for work and well-being
To enjoy the freedom of the entrepreneurial life, founders must take responsibility for their well-being through self-awareness, self-mastery, and self-care.
Guilt-free time off should be planned – and required.
Over the past decade Elizabeth Tan expanded her family’s shoe business to 50 stores in 10 countries and founded Sight to Sky, which has provided eye care to 15,000 people living in the Himalayas. What has she learned?
It’s been a rough few days. Just feeling down. Can’t explain why. Footsteps from my apartment is an alley full of families serving office lunches for 30,000 VND ($1.30 USD). I sit down at the cơm trưa stall and start eating. Lost in thought. This soup is delicious though… Suddenly a large man hovers over […]
Tom shares his eight-year journey growing Vietnam Coracle into one of Vietnam’s top travel resources.
Reading hundreds of obituaries over the years has taught me three lessons about living well.
Changing an identity feels like death. From the hero’s journey, we know it IS death. But at the end of the tunnel new life awaits.
The searching never stops. And that’s okay – and so are you.
What’s it really like to start and grow a social enterprise? Anny Chang shares the ups and downs of her 7 year journey with City Wanderer, which has empowered 10,000+ youth through real-world, service challenges.