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Five truths about creativity that can help expatriate women

I’ve written at length before on how creativity can be augmented by becoming an expat (see here) but having spent the last few months working on the Re-Discovery process for women and having recently seen the video on How to … Continue reading

Creativity and Cross-Cultural Ties — is there really a connection?

In a recent BNET blog (5 Ways to Foster Innovation) Kimberly Weisul says that: “Roy Chua, of Harvard, believes that creativity is not necessarily about coming up with something totally new. Instead, he says, “most often it is about connecting … Continue reading

Are two heads from different cultures better than two heads from one culture?

When I arrived to Spain I didn’t really know or plan which way my coaching business would go. I knew that my international clients would keep finding me through internet, but I wasn’t sure what direction my practice would take … Continue reading

Inspiring quotes for your expat year ahead

by Margarita In this post I’d like to invite you to play a game.  Below you’ll find twenty quotes – one per each of the 20 days left in 2011 (listed in no particular order).  Read each of them aloud … Continue reading

Lack of the familiar — an opportunity to create?

Recently, during a celebration at an Israeli consulate in Miami, I heard an interesting quote by Golda Meir, one of the most known Israeli prime ministers.  “Moses dragged us for 40 years through the desert to bring us to the … Continue reading

Should expatriates be writing?

Before I became an expat I never thought of writing as something I can do on a regular basis and as something I can enjoy. In  fact, writing was never my strong point… well, according to my 6th grade Soviet … Continue reading

Three reasons to become an expatriate

Growing up I never had an opportunity to travel and see the world.  I was born in a country that didn’t let its people go abroad  and thus I was effectively cut off from anything that lay beyond the borders … Continue reading