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EVOLVE Your Cultural Fluency

I had just arrived to New York City for a mysterious event held by The Medici Group, an innovation consulting company. I had been invited by chance after meeting it’s founder, best-selling author Frans Johansson, at a Harvard event. (I told him I wanted to cure culture shock) He connected me to someone else at…

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What You Can Learn From A 67-Year-Old Photographer

2013 is the year you’re going to transform. You’re going to take risks, experience new things and grow as a person. Why? Because you’re going to make a promise to yourself. A promise that you will overcome your fears, and follow your dreams. Do you want to be a billionaire entrepreneur? VP of a global…

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10 Tips for High Impact Presentations

It was Day 1 of the first professional development course I’d ever taken, High Impact Presentations. “Three days off.” I thought to myself. “How awesome is this?” I couldn’t believe my company had paid thousands of dollars to send me to this ridiculous course. I had was good at presenting which is partially why I…

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Why Cultural Fit Matters

Why Cultural Fit Matters

An interview with HowtoBecome.tv last night spurred me to write this post. HowtoBecome.tv has interviewed 70 managers from companies like Google, Amazon, and Fidelity, about how someone can get a job at their respective companies. The one issue that kept coming up in every interview was cultural “fit”. I agree with these experts and can…

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The Lack of Culture Education in The World

Ethnic student social groups are a negative. Crazy statement, right? It’s even crazier if you know that I grew up in one of the least diverse places in America, Lyndonville, Vermont, which has a population of 5,900 that is 96.82% white. But wait… before you start calling me a racist, idiot, or some other terrible…

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