Intentional Living in Cross Cultural Spaces

Greetings That Work

During the past few months, I’ve been in some cross cultural spaces in my country of origin.  It’s been interesting to meet people from different cultures here and to see again the variety of subcultures found in a large country.  One thing I’ve noticed again is that the U.S. is a very diverse country with…

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On Training and Bike Riding

Sometimes our training others and parenting others and even supervision means that we will not so much 1. model, 2. assist,  3.watch and 4.leave by using a strict protocol or sequence. Instead, we adopt a much more hands-off approach.  It requires wisdom and humility to recognize when we really cannot “train” a behavior or skill…

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Hospitality Train

Hospitality is pretty important in cross cultural spaces, but the “rules” of the game are not always the same in every place with every person. It’s important to learn about hospitality and how it works. Business and social relationships can suffer when hospitality isn’t understood and appropriately practiced. Once, I was on a 4 hour…

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Two Simple Questions that we are all trying to answer…

While I was traveling last week, I had several occasions to talk about child rearing, family relationships and in general talk about healthy interpersonal relationships.  It’s fun to attempt to distill true principles into very simple and basic pieces and see how the really best family consulting is simple and crosses and intersects different cultures…

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