Join me and experience the beauty of the world, its people, its food, the adventure, and perhaps the occasional misdeed.
It was back in 2011 when I quit my job, sold everything I owned, and left home with a one-way ticket in hand. Everyone told me I was making a huge mistake. At the time, I had zero travel experience, suffered from an anxiety disorder, and had just had my heart broken.
Like a lot of people, I hoped travel would solve everything. I set off convinced my trip would be all about incredible, life-changing moments; ones full of sunsets and rainbows and meaningful experiences. Instead, I stumbled headfirst into disaster.
Over the past nine years of travel, I’ve been scammed in China and robbed in Tanzania; I’ve face-planted into a sand dune in Namibia and fallen into a leech-infested rice paddy in Indonesia. I accidentally ate a cockroach in Laos, contracted cholera in Borneo, and flashed my tour group in the Cook Islands. It’s hard to believe, but my bad luck was the best thing to ever happen to me.
Sep 18, 2020
The final part of this 4 part series will describe the importance of the human assets in the transformation to being a Cognitive Enterprise. The Cognitive Enterprise (1 of 4) Market Making Business Platforms (2 of 4) Intelligent Workflows (3 of 4) Enterprise Experience and the Human Touch (4 of 4) Technology has now moved beyond being an enabler and driver of efficiency. It’s become deeply persona ... More →
Aug 29, 2020
Part 3 of this 4 part series will describe the importance of Intelligent Workflows in The Cognitive Enterprise. The Cognitive Enterprise (1 of 4) Market Making Business Platforms (2 of 4) Intelligent Workflows (3 of 4) Enterprise Experience and Humanity (4 of 4) The success of a business platform rest upon the intelligence and innovation of the workflows that support them. With the power of expone ... More →