Bob Hughes · The WE Cycle · 2 days ago

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The mouth is mightier than the pen. Apparently it’s what you say rather than how you write that convinces people of …

Amrit Sharma · The WE Cycle · 3 days ago
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When a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked Nepal on April 25, in the blink of an eye thousands of lives were lost, centuries-old monuments turned to dust, and the Himalayan country came to a grinding halt. But a community sprang up to help.

Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, yet countless travelers and backpackers have experienced the richness and warmth of the Nepali people. …

Michael Drew · 'We Values' Productivity · 4 days ago
civility in the workplace

One of the things I’ve had to learn as an entrepreneur and as the head of a business is how to be nice.

Not that I’m not a nice guy, but I used to speak without thinking about the impact of what I said. I assumed that other folks were as thick-skinned as me.

Well, I’m particularly thick-skinned. But others are not. Not that they’re thin-skinned, but that people expect you to be civil around them. What a concept.

I’ve never been a screaming or a ranting kind of boss. But I’ve been …

Peter H. Diamandis · Business See Who's Promoting · 5 days ago
Problem-Solving

In this ongoing series of blogs, we’re featuring content from entrepreneur and author Peter Diamandis. His new bestseller, co-written with Steven Kotler, is “Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World.” These blogs, written with Bob Hughes, explore many themes that are central to our current WE Cycle.

Readers can find more about forward-thinking executives, groundbreaking technology and the insights that Peter Diamandis shines on society in “Bold,” and in

Roy H. Williams · Invisible Heros · 6 days ago
Invisible Hero

Excerpted from remarks delivered by Spider Robinson,
(Award-winning author of more than 30 bestselling books,)
At the Trade and Convention Centre, Vancouver,
On international Literacy Day, September 8, 1990,
Paul Simon once said that “…the words of the prophets are written on the subway walls/and tenement halls…” I have myself recently seen the future writ large upon my own sidewalk.

Due to the recent construction of four megaboxes bracketing my own home in Point Grey, the …