Chermanna Achappa was educated, had a secure job and seemed to have it all. But he was secretly crying his heart out at the office when no one could see it. Read about Chermanna’s journey now.
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Continuing the TALK with sustainable entrepreneur (lawyer by day) Gaayathri Periasami as we dive deeper into what true sustainability means – and how to make the right choices while living in a distraction economy. PART 2 of 2. We discuss the importance of self-preservation, the United Nations sustainable development goals and why the ‘high price equals sustainable’ mindset needs to change. Unprepared. Not edited. Just TALK. … Continue reading Sustainability Explained: Why We Need to Connect with Ourselves First, according to Gaayathri Periasami – (TALK VIDEO) PART 2
He is one of the great hairdressers in the world. But as a young boy, Dutchman Wiel Essers had a different dream. Half a century later, Essers talks about his career and his life – and looks forward to a new future. A story about art, freedom and a remarkable vision. Continue reading A different kind of empire: Wiel Essers on the Art of Hair and his Quest for Freedom
In today’s digitalised world fewer people are willing to pay for information. It can make research difficult for journalists and news media, as budgets (can) become tighter. A few thoughts. Continue reading Do we still pay for real information, or do we simply want to be entertained?
He is only 27, sells million dollar homes and travels the world whenever he has a chance. But Robert Chuang is keeping it real. “The day I turned twenty-one I wrote my father an email saying I appreciated what he had done for our family.” Read the interview here Continue reading Million dollar heart: how LA developer Robert Chuang is keeping it real