I love maps! I’ve always been fascinated by them, probably because they drew me into an imaginative world of travels. My parents had subscribed to National Geographic since time immemorial, and I loved getting the magazine in the mail, wrapped in brown paper, special issues bearing the prize of a folded map inserted in the
Anyone can be put into a leadership position, but to demonstrate real leadership that builds trust and inspires peak performance, you need to put the concerns of your followers above your own.
Finding a niche in the vibrant coffee culture of Chiang Mai must be quite difficult…it seems every corner has a quaint little place to relax and savor the aroma of some of the locally mountain-grown brews. Café de Oasis has planted their coffee and baked goods space in a luscious and charming garden setting
When Trust is lacking or broken, relational transparency is a good start for making deposits in a Trust Account.
Hurtling at over 900 kilometers per hour, 10,000 meters above the ground, in a hunk of metal filled with flammable gasoline always has an inherent risk, and even more so when someone is trying to shoot you down. But if aircraft commander Captain Byrd and his crew had any fears of surface to air missiles
Have you ever felt yourself drowning in a sea of leadership advice blogs and books? Why add yet another to the deluge? Because this resource will focus on practical guides to give you a life raft of team and individual activities that will keep you afloat, allowing you to put into practice the best of