There are questions that we constantly seem to hear. One of them is “why did you choose to go to Bosnia?” It’s a fair question. Why, of all the places in the world, would you choose to make your home … Read the rest “Questions people always ask: Why Bosnia?”
Working on a team is challenging, even if all the members are seasoned professionals. This year our team consists of several new interns and staff that have never spent time in our location before. Here’s what we are planning to … Read the rest “3 Essential Elements of Any Great Team And How to Build Them”
Finally, here is the long-awaited third episode of podcast. The audience has been clamouring for the next instalment, the press has been calling, … Read the rest “Podcast episode 3: The Refugee Question in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
At the family reunion yesterday I joked with someone about how I stopped reading books after about five or six really good books, and now my personal reading consists solely of reading those books over and over. And while I … Read the rest “A book for life: Celebration of Discipline”
I’M GOING TO AMERICAAAAAA!!!
I’m a bit excited. My family and I are visiting the U.S. next month. I take my family to the U.S. every other summer to visit grandparents, attend a family reunion, drive…
We end up doing … Read the rest “How to go to America”
I will say to those called ‘Not my people,’ ‘You are my people’…
I can still remember the day when my good friend sat down with me in a Starbucks in Atlanta and said, “I want you to come back … Read the rest “Give to those in need and become the one in need”
There are few things as American as the work ethic. Some call it the “Protestant work ethic”, connect it to religion, and claim it sacred. That’s their choice, but those people would do good to note: not all that’s worshiped … Read the rest “An American plan for better work: Stop.”
There’s a man in the neighborhood who has no education, but works three jobs to support his wife and kids. He’s dirty and sweaty when he gets home, but he has a smile on his face, and he somehow still … Read the rest “The person you want to be: an introduction to willing”
You’re probably familiar with the motivational speeches and books out there that urge you to choose the life you want, and then go out and make it your own.
… Read the rest “What kind of life do you want? The question you should not be asking.”
“17 steps to the life you want.”
“Live the life of
To understand me, you’ve got to know something about basketball.
When I was a kid, I loved basketball. I would play all day, and on the weekends I would watch it on TV. But I remember, about halfway through my … Read the rest “A story of the will: Ernie Johnson, Jr.”