We live in a multicultural world. In this world, we have to share our business, our time, and our information with people of different countries, of different ages… Managing people of different cultures is a very difficult task, but the one able to handle the cultural differences will be the perfect leader for this emerging […]

Education, Guest Blog, Inspiration, Self-Organization

March 6, 2019

Why Intercultural Leadership Skills Are Crucial – by Carlos

“You see my friends; the entrepreneur is not actually alienated from reality. The entrepreneur is not lost in a self-reference, cut off from the universe; actually we live in an entrepreneurial universe. The nature of reality itself is entrepreneurial. Quarks, subatomic particles, seek connection with other particles to create a higher value proposition which is […]

Education, Global, Lifestyle, Self-Organization

January 23, 2019

Who exactly is this mythical 'conscious entrepreneur'?

Busting Misconceptions About the Gap Year or Career Sabbatical What do you think of when you hear ‘gap year’? A bunch of late-teens and early-20-somethings, between their college years, partying their way across Europe or Southeast Asia? And similarly for the professional crowd, what does the term ‘career break’ or ‘sabbatical’ mean to you? Do […]

Education, Self-Organization, Students

October 31, 2018

The Productive Gap Year or Career Break: A Myth?

Develop a love of learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow. ~ Anthony J. D’Angelo Learning is like eating a delectable box of chocolates with two flavors: One is enjoyment of the actual process of taking in new information. The other is a growing toolbox of skills to aid in the pursuit […]

Education, Geen categorie, Self-Organization, Students

August 14, 2018

On Designing Your Own Education

Young People in the Business World Internet marketing guru Neil Patel made waves with his video Why Kids Should Never Start a Business + (Do This Instead). He says that if he were to do it all again, he wouldn’t start a business at a young age (16 to early twenties). He wishes that he had […]

Global, Lifestyle, Self-Organization, Technology

August 7, 2018

A Reaction to Neil Patel's "Why Kids Should Never Start a Business"

What happened, Knowmads Cape Town. By Sorrel Carmichael. Project closed. It ended, we gave up; abort mission. It felt a bit like that at least, 15 months of hard work, sleepless nights; learning and putting ourselves on the line only to leave it all behind. The story of 90% of startups I’m sure. There is […]

Alumni Stories, Fly on the wall, Global, Guest Blog, Self-Organization, Students

July 6, 2018

Thanks for Being Our First: Knowmads Cape Town Through Sorrel's Eyes

Heidi of Tribe 14 interviewed Tsila, Knowmads’ designated wise woman, and formed the conversation beautifully into words. Tsila Tsila is a fantastic woman that is difficult to pin down in words – She has been doing coaching work before there was even a word for it, has traveled through the world to learn not from […]

Council, Education, Guest Blog, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Self-Organization, Tribe 14

May 24, 2018

A Conversation with Tsila

Learning by Doing A thriving ecosystem of Amsterdam startups is quickly putting the city on the map as one of the world’s capitals of entrepreneurship. In the business world, startups are a phenom on the fringes of the mainstream. Like an organism, no one can predict their behavior: how long they will last, how they […]

Education, Self-Organization, Students, Technology

April 2, 2018

Amsterdam Startups: The Boost You Didn't Know You Needed

What’s a check-in? What does ‘speak from the I’ mean? Soft skills? Social entrepreneurship? Creating your own education?? We’re happy you’re here because we’ve compiled the most extensive dictionary of Knowmadic terms to date. If you’re thinking about applying for the 6-month program or recently entered the program, this will help you to understand our lingo. […]

Education, Global, Lifestyle, Self-Organization

March 6, 2018

The Knowmads Dictionary

If you haven’t yet, go here for Part 1! This August, half of Tribe 15 and several Tribe 14 alumni embarked on a journey to Klein Jasedow, where they partook in a gathering of learning communities from all over rural Europe. To crystallize participants’ insights, the Erasmus+ Project “Learning Communities in Rural Europe” compiled participants’ […]

Education, Global, Inspiration, Lifestyle, Self-Organization, Students, Tribe 15, Tribes

January 16, 2018

Tales from Klein Jasedow Part 2

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