Month: May 2020

Build Resilience, with Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes, 109 World

Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes, 109 World Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes thought she would spend this year building her nonprofit. Instead, she is building her resilience. Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes started 2020 with so much hope. “So many of us thought that 2020 was going to be THE year,” she says. She started the new year at a gathering in Vancouver. “I…

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How Integrity Builds Resilience, with Rob Chesnut, Chief Ethics Officer, Airbnb

Rob Chesnut is the author of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead an Ethical Revolution As you continue your social isolation journey, what decisions will you make today? Some folks have serious choices to make about how to provide for a family during an economic downturn. Others of us are trying to figure out…

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An App to Give Help and Get Help During COVID-19 with Bharat Pulgam, Pikup

The Pikup Team. From left: Bharat Pulgam, Josh Chang, Sam Lerdahl and Ashley Klein. Pikup is an app that connects neighbors who need something with those who are already going to a store. We’ve been talking about resilience in the face of adversity. I must admit that I love stories from startups because, by their…

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Hospice Nurse Fights for PPE for Frontline Workers

“We have deemed this as a medical war. We are soldiers willing to serve, but we don’t have the armor.” Petergay Dunkley-Mullins On Thrive. Connect. Contribute, we have been talking about resilience. I cannot imagine anyone who models resilience more than hospice nurses. That is a job that requires a mental toughness that I’m not…

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Resilience Mindset with Super Bowl Champion, Ryan Harris

What does it take to get back up after being knocked down? Ask Ryan Harris, a 10-year veteran of the NFL. The essence of resilience is getting up after you’ve been knocked down. But what happens when your job is literally knocking people down or being knocked down? And what happens when that lasts for…

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