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  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Simple and profound. Gratitude, Savor small moments, Find meaning in your work.
    Every job offers service and expressing gifts & talents, Absolutely.

    Although I must say it would have had more impact for me personally, if Robin were delivering this same talk from somewhere less ostentatious than an expensive resort on safari in South Africa. (pretty easy to be grateful, savor and find meaning in your work in that sort of location ;)) I do like that he included the conversation with the housekeeper. In my Storytelling work I interview people from all walks of life to Break Stereotypes & to change the current Pity/Poverty model and view of the Developing World to the Potential & Possibility model and view; so much talent Everywhere, it is definitely about shifting & refocusing our view. Thank you Robin. HUG.

    • Angela Holtzen

      :) Sterotypes are society built just as our way of thinking is, we need more people like you to help break out of our egos and find our true self which is connected with everyone. ♥