All Blog Posts Tagged 'reflection' (2)

Do Not Skip This Step in Your International Development Job Search

It's okay to dip your toe in the pool, and then decide whether you’d like to dive in.

It's okay to go on a first date -- or 50 dates – before you decide whether you want to marry that person.

It’s okay to test-drive a car before you buy it.

In fact, not only is it "okay" to do all those things, it is…


Added by Shana Montesol Johnson on September 10, 2012 at 7:03am — No Comments

The archaeology of my professional identity in development

I sit writing this post at my small desk, in the rapidly changing city of Tamale, northern Ghana (living in this city is like watching development occur). It is a simple room, furnished with both local and foreign amenities. A simple cupboard, a bed with mosquito net unused, a floral bed sheet for a curtain, an air conditioner used sparingly, a tea set, hauled from Beijing, China – my sanity and saving grace. A book on “Reading & Writing Chinese: Simplified Character Edition”. The Second…


Added by Brendan Rigby on April 12, 2012 at 4:16am — No Comments

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