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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Jan 20

Anakiwa, Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Photo: Outward Bound NZSelf-organised support groups for compulsive world changersResources:Self-organised sensemaking — regular meeting processSensemaking retrospectiveFinding your way in life is tough. Feeling like you’re alone is really tough. Working out how to respond to a planetary crisis is super tough, so don’t try this alone.From a young age I was drawn to the plight of endangered species and rapidly disappearing wilderness. I was disturbed and confused by what people were doing to creatures and nature and I felt lost and confused about what to do about it. Add the feeling that the whole humanity project could be ended by nuclear …

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Anakiwa, Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Photo: Outward Bound NZSelf-organised support groups for compulsive world changersResources:Self-organised sensemaking — regular meeting processSensemaking retrospectiveFinding your way in life is tough. Feeling like you’re alone is really tough. Working out how to respond to a planetary crisis is super tough, so don’t try this alone.From a young age I was drawn to the plight of endangered species and rapidly disappearing …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 5 Nov 19

This is the story of my unusual quest for a life with more meaning, why I reconstructed my life for greater happiness, and how I plan to do the same for my career.The catalystI had only been cycling for a few months when my closest friend asked if I would join him on a bike tour over the Appalachian Mountains. It was the start of 2014 when he told me how he planned to ride from Nashville, TN to Asheville, NC in the coming month. Despite my clear lack of experience I didn’t think twice before signing on and a few …

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This is the story of my unusual quest for a life with more meaning, why I reconstructed my life for greater happiness, and how I plan to do the same for my career.The catalystI had only been cycling for a few months when my closest friend asked if I would join him on a bike tour over the Appalachian Mountains. It …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Feb 19

A new paper by archaeologists Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo addresses one of the longstanding mysteries of the monuments of Easter Island: their location.Four hundred of the statues, known as muai, are located miles away from where they were originally quarried, and sit on megalithic platforms, or ahu. An analysis of the locations of the ahu has led Hunt and Lipo to conclude that the statues were placed close to sources of fresh water — a scarce and precious commodity on the remote Pacific island.The issue of water availability (or the lack of it) has often been mentioned by researchers who work on …

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A new paper by archaeologists Terry Hunt and Carl Lipo addresses one of the longstanding mysteries of the monuments of Easter Island: their location.Four hundred of the statues, known as muai, are located miles away from where they were originally quarried, and sit on megalithic platforms, or ahu. An analysis of the locations of the ahu has led Hunt and …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Jul 18

The reasons to come to Plovdiv this year if you’re a travelling entrepreneur!Note: this article and photos are copyrighted by Euvie Ivanova. Please don’t reproduce without giving credit and a link to this original article.Watching the sunset from the ancient ruins on the hill in Plovdiv, Game of Thrones style.If you aren’t from Europe, you have likely never heard of Plovdiv. Although it has recently appeared on some “up-and-coming” lists of locations for travel and living, it’s still one of the best-kept secrets in Europe.For digital nomads, it ticks a lot of boxes. From the low cost of living and high quality of …

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The reasons to come to Plovdiv this year if you’re a travelling entrepreneur!Note: this article and photos are copyrighted by Euvie Ivanova. Please don’t reproduce without giving credit and a link to this original article.Watching the sunset from the ancient ruins on the hill in Plovdiv, Game of Thrones style.If you aren’t from Europe, you have likely never heard of Plovdiv. Although …

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