Sum-up of the Coworking Spain Conference and steps to follow

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TweetCon vistas a seguir avanzando en el objetivo de crear lo que sería el primer espacio de coworking en Ceuta, esta vez escribo en castellano directamente desde mi blog personal. Este espacio llamado LinkingPositive (que se traduciría algo así como enlazando en positivo) lo creé en 2012 cuando empecé a entusiasmarme ante el potencial que podría … Read more…

Signs of a need for change?

Crowdfunding

TweetAbout a month and a half back, just after finishing my talk about the collaborative economy at my hometown in front of 70 Portuguese visitors (who had come due to the 600th anniversary of the Portuguese conquest of Ceuta), I remember that the president of the Agavi association (Antonio de Souza-Cardoso) immediately highlighted the importance … Read more…

Education as a central issue

Education

TweetThe educational field is definitely an exciting area that is experiencing changes, and where the collaborative economy is starting to play a role. I have been a student for many years and I often think that the education system prepares us for a world that no longer exists, probably because there are no longer enough … Read more…

A weapon with two ends

Communication

TweetThis week I will talk mainly about communication, or often the absence of it. It’s a paradox, we live in the era of telecommunications, social media, video conferences, instant messaging at all times and it doesn’t matter where we are – almost always there is a way to locate us and communicate. This is great … Read more…

We are all experts

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TweetThis time I will be writing about a story that really caught my attention during a session at OuiShare Fest in Paris (the biggest global event about the collaborative economy). The speaker, Jordi Llonch Esteve, came to talk about how from a very early age in school we are taught to compete among us, always … Read more…

A lift in human consciousness towards the environment?

Climate change

TweetI’m resuming my writing on the blog after noticing an interesting coincidence this week. Around the same time the month of Ramadan started for Muslims, we have also seen an unprecedented worldwide call for action by Pope Francis on climate change issues. Photo: by Steve Evans under a Creative Commons license on Flickr Ramadan on one … Read more…

It’s perhaps much more simple that what people think

TweetBy Kunal Chabaldas – @KChabaldas – #YourTurnChallenge – #day7 I’m writing again after quite some time. Actually I kept up with the first 5 days of the challenge but didn’t manage to keep up the pace. Day 6 was already late and this one was pending from quite some time. Why? Probably due to the … Read more…

About Failure

TweetBy Kunal Chabaldas – @KChabaldas – #YourTurnChallenge – #day6 I am writing this post after having the blog fully inactive for a week, my last blogpost was from day 5 of YourTurnChallenge, where we were supposed to “ship” 7 days in a row. Clearly I failed in this challenge, there may be a few reasons to … Read more…

Stuck? Try different things, but find your own way to unstuck yourself

TweetBy Kunal Chabaldas – @KChabaldas – #YourTurnChallenge – #day5 I find today’s question quite tricky: “what advice would you give when getting unstuck?” I don’t think I’m much in a position to give very genuine specific advice on this. The precise reason why I took up this challenge was because I am kind of stuck myself … Read more…

Understanding and playing a role

OuiShare

TweetBy Kunal Chabaldas – @KChabaldas – #YourTurnChallenge – #day4 It seems like the writing habits at the nights of this challenging week are already turning into a routine. Honestly, I had to watch the TV report “En Tierra Hostil” episode about Ceuta during last night itself, to write the #day3 post straight after, and today … Read more…