Some­times you can’t fake it.

This summer I was in Bali, con­ducting another of my social entre­pre­neur­ship train­ings for a group of Bali­nese stu­dents and stu­dents from my uni­ver­sity. In the past this pro­gram has been a real struggle for me and for my assis­tants, caused by per­son­ality con­flicts, cul­tural mis­un­der­stand­ings, and less than helpful “part­ners” on the ground. And my own atti­tude, it turns out, is a huge indi­cator of how much I will enjoy the (some­times) gru­eling six weeks of the pro­gram, but, more impor­tantly, how my stu­dents will expe­ri­ence my class.

 

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