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Don't Panic! Organise.

After a first challenging module and some tensed group experiences, a short insight about it could be useful!

Indeed, I have known this feeling of frustration in team work during my bachelor degree. 477 more words


Solo Hike To Mt Baldy (2nd Time For 2016)

On an early Monday morning, I woke up at 3:30 AM and drove all the way to the trailhead of Mount Baldy with the thought that I would be the first one to “summit” the peak for the day. 1,295 more words


Parshas Vezot HaBrocha: The Four Species, Moshe Rabbenu's Blessings, and the Importance of Unity

As we enjoy Sukkos, the festival of booths, this year, we read Parshas HaBrocha. Both the festival and the Parsha carry an important message, central to Jewish life; the message of unity. 762 more words


The Mercy Seat of God

In his great song at the start of the gospel of Luke, Zechariah sang of a rising sun which would come  from Heaven to shine on those who were living in the shadow of death, in order to guide our feet into the path of peace’ (Luke 1:78-79). 1,237 more words



Tudo o que precisamos neste mundo para sermos felizes está dentro de nós, tudo já está cá dentro, todas as potencialidades, discernimento, conhecimento e intuição. A nossa individualidade é, por isso, única e deve ser expressada. 564 more words


How one retailer increased conversion rate by 2x using data-driven design

Even one of the largest and most successful retailers in the country has room for improvement through data. At least that’s what one retailer discovered when Cognetik performed a User Experience Analysis of their mobile app. 887 more words


Compassion, Love and Understanding: My Interview with Pam Warren, Train Crash Survivor

Pam Warren is a motivational speaker and an author. She is also the survivor of one of the most horrific and memorable train crashes in history. 1,713 more words