Tag Archives: empathy

Working on Empathy #rtweek15

Responsible Travel Week Day #5. Today’s challenge: Be empathetic. Empathy is intuitive, but is also something you can work on, intellectually. – Tim Minchin, Life Lessons Topical Discussion: Volunteering and Voluntolding In many ways, it’s much easier to be attentive, creative, … Continue reading

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Responsible Travel Week 2014: Friday

Responsible Travel Week Day #5. Today’s challenge: Be empathetic. While it makes sense to talk about what we love in travel and tourism, maybe our focus ought to be on empathy. What is empathy? I love this definition from Roman Krznaric’s Empathy Library: … Continue reading

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Storytelling on the Social Web

January 28, 830am PST: Storytelling on the Social Web: making your presence felt Participants: @ThisTourismWeek @localtravels @WildNavigator Storytelling = Conveying of events in words, and images, often by improvisation Hangout with us Tuesday January 28 as friends as friends working in travel and tourism around … Continue reading

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Responsible Travel Week Day 4: Be Empathetic #rtweek2013

Responsible Travel Week, Day #4: Thursday, February 14 2013 is the fifth year for Responsible Travel Week (February 11-17) and Planeta.com’s 13th year of innovative conferencing. We expect our global conversation to take a great leap forward thanks to inspired participation. Today is Valentine’s Day … Continue reading

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2012 Buzzwords

As 2012 comes to a close, what were some of your favorite words and buzzwords? Here’s my collection of favorite, as always subject to revision and updates with your comments! One of the objectives for this collection is to find … Continue reading

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