In my last update I wanted to acknowledge the gloomy and rapidly approaching ultimatum on how to heal a planet ravaged by war. This is a conversation both world leaders and regular citizens are struggling to have around the world. Honestly, that’s because there’s no soft way to approach the reality that we’re unprepared to deal […]CONTINUE READING →
Last year the number of people living as refugees soared beyond 50 million, the highest since World War II. Sadly, much of last year’s’ unrest is still roaring away and with only a month until this year’s World Refugee Day celebration, we’re set to eclipse those figures. Sadder than the statistics surrounding refugees, are how little […]CONTINUE READING →
Thanksgiving arrives early this year! Ok, not as early as a Canadian Thanksgiving, but definitely faster than I’d expected. That’s because near the end of October we started a Facebook announcement, hoping to inspire people early to give towards our small, Thanksgiving fundraising campaign. The goal was set at $1500, the amount of money it […]CONTINUE READING →
“When someone tells you you’re being delusional, embrace it…” – Derek Sivers Yesterday I crashed the tail end of an entrepreneurial conference where one of the poignant pieces of advice, was the challenge to embrace your delusions. Fortunately, the speaker wasn’t giving mental health advice, but instead was encouraging people who may look crazy to some for chasing […]CONTINUE READING →
With half the year gone, I wish I could stand before you and say I’ve accomplished everything I imagined when the year started. But the nuisance of creating ambitious goals at the year’s beginning, is the unescapable necessity to reevaluate and adjust those goals at regular intervals throughout the year. Such honest evaluation makes you vulnerable, dependent on others, and […]CONTINUE READING →
Local charity Helplive is turning attention to the recent devastating earthquake in Nepal with free concert in central Bangkok.
You’ll have an opportunity to support the project with your purchases and meet some of the chefs volunteering their time with the In Search of Sanuk children.