Category: Words of Wisdom

Ho’oponopono: the healing power of forgiveness.

Nelson Mandela said that not to forgive is like drinking venom and waiting for the enemy to die. Forgiveness is a powerful force. A while ago, in Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, I had dinner with the parents of a young graffiti artist, Diego Felipe Becerra, who was shot in the back and killed by a police officer. He was only 16 years old. Diego’s parents were sharing the ordeal they faced in their quest for justice, when his mother, Liliana, a small but strong woman, told me about the time when in a courtroom she came face to face with her son’s...

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10 best personal development books (my personal list).

Many years ago, in my early twenties, I had a friend and a mentor who was a philosopher professor in my hometown’s university. We were sitting outdoors, enjoying an ice-cream to protect us from the sticky humidity of that summer afternoon. I liked to meet with this professor, because he had wisdom when it came to read what was going on in the world. I was moving my first steps in journalism, and I wanted to become good at writing about current events and analyze them in a smart way. So that afternoon, I asked for advice to my...

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How to deal with the terrorists in your own life

You can empower yourself as a leader by applying strategies and tools used by high-end mediators to turn around complex situations and to resolve tough problems. Aldo Civico has negotiated with leaders of death squads, armed insurgencies and gangs and in his keynote talk he show you how to use conflict management techniques that works and get you great...

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