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1000 cross-cultural moments visiting the post office (again)

I enter the big post office in town (not this one) with 10 toddler paintings in my hands: butterflies, dinosaurs, a lion, a house, etc. 646 more words

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i wrote again today

Happy Tuesday kids!

It’s been an action packed week for me; after being at the salon full time this week, I also had my first weekend doing overnight with the girls at the safe house and I think it went well. 827 more words

Faithful Friends

Today’s reading in the Lectionary is from Sirach, one of the books of the Apocrypha, and features wisdom on faithful friends. I especially love “let your advisors be one in a thousand.” I have been greatly blessed to have found a few of those, and they stick with you for a lifetime. 206 more words

ExPat Life

Shoulder dancing baba

I’ve heard a lot of stories about Sveti Nikole’s sole club.

Other trainee friends have gone with their host siblings. My host siblings aren’t really into the club scene. 792 more words

Communication based on core values

As business organizations embark on cross-border business ventures they encounter a far more complex range of challenges than before. Nonetheless, taking part in the global economy not only poses new challenges but also offers a whole range of new opportunities. 381 more words

Cross-cultural

Five Qualities of the Leader of the Future

I am just two months from (hopefully) finishing my M.A. in Global Leadership from Azusa Pacific.  It has been three stretching, learning  and valuable years along with my wife who is also in the same program. 125 more words

Lead Courageously

On having a 'wife', and Tanzania

I haven’t read Annabel Crabb’s new book The Wife Drought but I’ve read a couple of articles she’s written on the same premise, that is, that men with big careers are only able to do so because they have a dedicated support staff, a ‘wife’ at home doing the unpaid work that keeps their life and family running. 529 more words

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