Monthly Archives: May 2013

A QUESTION OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND

In a recent article I shared some ideas to support the way out of the crisis in the island of Mallorca, the place where I have lived for almost 13 years. Mallorca has many challenges and special opportunities given its particular territory, economic activities, demographics, etc.   In that context, I’ve been reading and listening to the positions of different sectors

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THE INTERSECTION OF PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL EFFECTIVENESS

Whether we like it or not, current events in our social, financial and cultural spaces are demanding that we change, adapt and look for new ways to cope with a reality that no longer matches our expectations.  For the past five years the global economic crisis has tested virtually all of our comfort zones, and

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