Category: Cultural Intelligence

Sometimes – oftentimes! – in these migrant-society, globalized, places of ours, we live not just in our native lands, we live in between – and we are better when we make ourselves at home there

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It’s a crazy world, where we seek the best decisions, but complexity makes it unlikely we will find anything but bad ones. And also good ones, for as long as we make decisions, we will get new experiences and we will tend to interpret them in a good-enough light. Shortly after finishing a dual Ph.D., I found myself in quite¬†a need of gainful

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“You just don’t do things right.” If you’ve been reading these pages, you should be aware that I’d argue there’s much more “there” here, wherever you are, than commonly said. Too many, ubiquitous, arguments try to get people to travel and argue that it will somehow, magically, make you a better person with more experiences and education. Well, it doesn’t work that way.

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It’s never nice to hear about plane crashes, but particularly so when one him-/herself is about to embark on air travel. (Of course, the rational mind knows that the drive to the airport is actually the greater danger, but instinct demands its due.) The crash of Asiana Flight 214 has been striking particularly close to home, however. After a fashion, anyways, not the

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The great explorers of yore went out to “discover” more of the world, their entourage and later followers brought back plants. In fact, in many cases, the very reasons they ventured into the unknown were plants: spices or tea, for example. People migrate, they bring seeds for their prized food plants with them, too. Wherever people live, as long as it’s a place

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