There was just too much good stuff here keeping you occupied!
Mahalo nui loa (thank you very much) to all the wonderful Guest Authors of our Ho‘ohana Community who have been sharing their thoughts on lifelong learning this month. I’m fresh off another inter-island hop, so a bit travel weary right now, and I must get some sleep in, but after a much needed head-clearing morning run I’ll be back to post a recap on our September Ho‘ohana on Lifelong Learning. Our community forums are getting better and better, aren’t they?
However I couldn’t let any more time slip by me without saying mahalo to Dick Richards and Dwayne Melancon for the very generous reviews they’ve written for Managing with Aloha on Come Gather Round and on Genuine Curiosity. You’ve had me walking on cloud nine these past two days! I may write other books, but there will never be another Managing with Aloha for me, and to know that it makes the smallest bit of difference to people I admire so much is very humbling, and enormously rewarding. Mahalo (thank you) Dick and Dwayne, and also Dave and Ray for your comments there.
It’s quite late Wednesday night as I write this. If Thursday has dawned for you by the time you are reading this, do click in to Leon’s Lifehack.org for the fourth Thursday column I’ve contributed there: it’s called On Ho‘ohiki: Keeping Promises.
More from me here later in the day. If I owe you an email response on anything, mahalo for your patience and understanding; I’ll be answering you soon. It’s good to be home.