Partnerships for the goals

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Rita Juse-Cirkse

Rita Juse-Cirkse posted The Best Answer to the War in Ukraine so far

Mar 7, 2022 at 05:57 in Internet

On February 25, 2022, Dr. Marc Gafni shared some amazing insights into the current situation in the world and what seems to me the best viable advice I have heard so far that shows a higher perspective and a way to true peace.


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Omega Soemarso

Omega Soemarso posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Jul 20, 2021 at 08:36 in Indonesia

The global partnership should focus on encouraging local wisdom and cultures to develop anything they may need to have a sustainable way of life while voluntarily contributing to the neighbouring sustainable wellbeing.
Susan Wanmer

Susan Wanmer

Jul 8, 2021 at 15:23 in Australia

It was so interesting to attend the Global Education Summit 2021, listening to the world-renowned speakers, and how the world of marketing, training, education, and work are changing. It sent me back into my fond memories, one of which was pre-pandemic at one of my Bali trips with Entrepreneurs Institute. That's me in the centre at our Grad ceremony with those two gorgeous traditional ceremony performers. Summit speakers 2021 included Seth Godin, and Stephen Covey - and Roger updating on something trending in the marketplace - which is Edtech. Congruent Branding, Marketing, and pivoting Business robustly for CEOs and Entrepreneurs is my gig, so the Summit was time well-spent amongst like-minded global citizens with a similar purpose!
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Seth Hawkins

Seth Hawkins

Apr 20, 2021 at 17:16 in West Virginia, USA

What I really need is an actual listened therapist, please, I have no money, I can make money, but I need help first, I’m alone and I need help
Seth Hawkins

Seth Hawkins posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Apr 19, 2021 at 15:18 in West Virginia, USA

This above all else must be kept in mind. We are all only human. Or maybe one day only humans and machines. Whenever that day comes we will have far more in common than we yet know. All humans and machines deserve respect for that reason. We are all sustained by water and metals. We are the same.
Valerie Dwyer

Valerie Dwyer posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Apr 12, 2021 at 11:18 in United Kingdom & Global

At One Better World Collective, where we are concerned wth Partnerships for the Goals, we just held an amazing global Q&A event, very early this morning, with the Dalai Lama and 12 influential innovator change maker entrepreneurs. Here is the link to view
Diego Rubio

Diego Rubio posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Dec 26, 2020 at 22:52 in Bogota, Colombia

Hello everyone, hope you have Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. I am looking currently for a side hustle to make some extra money. My profile is a supporter. So I really enjoy any type of team-building and marketing activities. Thanks a lot for being part of this amazing community and let's role
Lindiwe Khoza

Lindiwe Khoza posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Dec 6, 2020 at 19:02 in Johannesburg, South Africa

Hello. I am a new member. My number 1 purpose is SDG 17. I understand the government, united nations, NGO's and corporate partnership dynamics. I spent the past 7 years, everyday, exploring these dynamics and therefore "Impact and Sustainability" is my partnership language.
Rita Juse-Cirkse

Rita Juse-Cirkse posted The Twelve

Oct 6, 2020 at 08:01 in Internet

The Twelve is a feature-length documentary that gives a voice to wisdom traditions through the words of twelve Elders that united in a council at the United Nation in November 2017. This film is...


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Jonathan Magnin

Jonathan Magnin

Jun 3, 2020 at 14:33 in France

I created a synthesis of the alternative narrative on the Covid-19 situation. Get informed now on what's really going on. We don't have much time to react to protect ourselves and our families.

Unite and Conquer — Jonathan Magnin

I believe we should all be helping each other by doing what we do best. On my side, I love to gather the best resources and create summaries of ideas. This is my summary of the current Covid-19 situation.
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Yvette Hess

Yvette Hess

May 26, 2020 at 10:56 in South Africa

I found this to be a great chance to learn about leveraging #disruption & creating your own new normal. I loved Corrinne Armour ‘s response to what I’ve been hearing around “going back to normal “. You can be part of the discussion tomorrow.

Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: Leverage Disruption. Creating your own new normal after COVID-19. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

“When things get back to normal, we will …” Sorry to disappoint you - things won’t be going back to normal. They can’t. We have changed, our organisations have changed, the world has changed. There will be a ‘normal’… But we won’t be going ‘back’ to it. It will be a New Normal. And we get to choose if it’s a DEFAULT NEW NORMAL that indiscriminately picks up behaviours, beliefs and practices from the past and present and merges them to build a default approach to work and community. OR if we CREATE our own NEW NORMAL, harnessing the opportunities resulting from the COVID-19 disruption, and bringing the best of the past and present to create the future. Like you, Corrinne wants to learn from this experience, and come out of it wiser than she went in. Join her and explore this important topic. She expects your conversation will traverse: • The four stages of normal • The key leadership focus of each stage • The three questions to ask to identify opportunities • Leapfrogging obstacles and harnessing Fearless Leadership® to create your new normal This is a working lunch, so bring your sandwich or sushi, and a notepad or tablet to scribble on. Now is the time for Fearless Leadership. NOTE that this conversation won’t be shared afterwards, so if you want to be part of it, put the time and date in your diary. You will also receive Corrinne's fortnightly blog – it’s a jolt of leadership thinking people describe as ‘motivating’, ‘encouraging’, ‘challenging’, ‘succinct’ and ‘like it was written just for me’! If your inbox is already overwhelming, you can easily unsubscribe at any time via the bottom of each eNews. (Of course if you do that Corrinne will be devastated - and then she'll get over it quickly!)
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Barbara Kleeb

Barbara Kleeb posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

May 20, 2020 at 19:28 in Switzerland

I so love to collaborate with people from all over the world who are invested in helping the greater good
Jonathan Magnin

Jonathan Magnin

Apr 13, 2020 at 16:52 in France

As human activity decreases due to lockdown, seismic machines perceive less noise!

Coronavirus lockdowns have changed the way Earth moves

A reduction in seismic noise because of changes in human activity is a boon for geoscientists.
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Dr. Steven Brownlow

Dr. Steven Brownlow posted in mentor circle: Partnerships for the goals

Apr 8, 2020 at 15:33 in United States

Three big thoughts: 1. It's up to us to solve this – no government can. 2. Outer manifestation always follows inner change. 3. Entrepreneurs can't afford to fail during a depression like we could during good times. It's time for us each to start doing what we're alive to do.

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