Wander often, wonder always
In this monthly bulletin of "The Global Entrepreneurs" I write a profile piece on two digital nomads "Profile of Successful Online Entrepreneurs" (page 6).
In this "Global Lifestyle Maximizer" bulletin, I write two profile pieces "Meet Steve Munroe" (page 5) and "Meet Jeremiah Rygh" (page 16).
In this issue of The Global Lifestyle I write a feature "When Ecuador Becomes Home" and a personal storytelling article "My Place in this World, at this Moment."
In this monthly bulletin "The Global Entrepreneur" I write a "Profile of a Successful Entrepreneur."
Often times travelers assume that the Galapagos are the only draw to Ecuador. This article shows that Ecuador has so much more to offer for travelers on or off a budget.
This resource guide encourages travelers to have the best day possible in Cuenca, Ecuador
This blog post describes the exhilarating experience of traveling by motorcycle.
They say that Ecuador is a country of "four worlds." This blog post encourages travelers to see all that Ecuador has to offer.
Odds are if you’ve run a business, you’d have the ability to run a nonprofit or NGO. And vice versa, if you’ve run a nonprofit, you’d be ahead of the game in starting a business. Why is that? Well, it turns out that the nonprofit and business worlds have a lot more crossover than you’d think.
In the nonprofit sector it is so easy to keep pushing ourselves because there is no outright definition of success. While we strive to make an impact, there is no perfect equation that will solve the problems of the world. Somewhere, somehow, there will always be another individual, community, or environment to support.
I’d like to take a step back and talk about what self-care really is at its core: it’s about building good habits that keep us sane, so that when conflict runs astray, we can stand strong on our own two feet and handle the issue at hand.