Yes, you can. Be present, be helpful, be brave!
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TRIBE Conference calls us to our better selves. To be present, helpful and brave. This was the call Jeff Goins, founder of Tribe Writers and Tribe Conference, put out to … Read More

Up Close & Personal: What Happens When Pakistanis Marry
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At the end of this week, our oldest child – a son – will marry. As our minds have been filled with wedding details, I felt this piece on weddings … Read More

How To Learn From the Locals To Avoid Disaster
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When traveling or living abroad, it pays to sharpen your attention & learn from the locals. Here’s an amusing true story where my brothers Scott, Ray, and I learned this … Read More

How Can You Become Fluent In A Language From Home?
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What does it take to become fluent in another language? Maybe an example here will help you realize it’s more possible than you think. At any stage in life. The … Read More

Why Should You Engage Across Cultures & Ethnicities?
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Why is it important to learn about and engage with people different from us? Especially those from different cultural, ethnic, racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds? How does it benefit us … Read More

Can You Capture This Simple Truth & Make It Yours?
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You can find some of the most profound messages bundled up as a simple truth in children’s picture books. Such is the case with a simple paperback book I often … Read More

5 Powerful Ways to Bridge Culture, Ethnicity & Race
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Sometimes we get a chance to bridge cultures, ethnicities, and races without even realizing it. For example, I’ll never forget the first time I met Holly. She would become my … Read More

Communication Styles: Personality or Culture?
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I never expected to get a full-blown lesson in communication styles that evening. It was late. My older brother Scott and I were sitting in the miniscule living room of our … Read More