The Greek Debt Crisis Explained

 Thanks to SOLON MOLHO, finance expert, for this thumbnail sketch of what’s going on in Greece and how things got to where they are now in 2017. This kind of insight provides valuable cultural information helpful to everyone, not just those working in finance, which is why Broad Imagination includes it proudly on our blog. A link […]

Boundaries, Borders and Bridges

With all the talk of walls, fences, barriers and borders, interculturalists are awakened to the need to define culturally appropriate boundaries. Boundaries protect and identify. Boundaries serve as a liminal space between cultures that require negotiation. Many of us negotiate boundaries on a daily basis with such ease that we are barely aware we are doing […]

Coaching Certification

Having recently completed the professional Certification to become a Strengths coach, allow me to explain what this entails: I have taught in higher education for over 20 years. I know what it takes to put together a quality learning experience. The 9 months I spent obtaining my certification from Strengths Strategy Inc was without doubt […]

A Pedestrian Culture

I walked 500 miles across Spain. At least. That doesn’t count going to the store, the dentist, around the park, back and forth to work, to the library, visiting friends, and more; which easily added up to another 500 miles. The first 500 miles I refer to was along the Camino de Santiago. It is […]

Lessons from the Camino de Santiago

Having walked the Camino de Santiago twice now, I have reflected upon the many life lessons I learned from this experience. The “Camino” is a pilgrimage to Galicia across northern Spain ranging anywhere from 100 to 1000 miles although most people walk the traditional 500-mile French route. Walking from hamlets to monasteries to hostels, across […]