Exercise, Social Enterprise and Special Offer

I finally got out and started running again. Felt terrible for the first few days. Then tonight, I was flying. It felt great and came back energised and clear headed. Don’t know why it took so long and many reminders from friend runners, like Irene and Karianne, to finally go running. I think the balloon hanging over my pants did play a role in convincing me. The plan is to keep it up every day and try to regain my stamina that I used to have. It certainly does improve your mood. Also a great way of catching up with podcasts. While I was running along the canal heard very good joke on Car Talk. I know I shouldn’t be listening to podcasts while running. Bad habit.

Relationship Tips for a woman and her partner

It is important that a man has a job and helps her around the house
It is important that a man makes you laugh.
It is important that you find a man that you can count on and doesn’t lie to you.
It is important that a man loves you and spoils you

It is important that these 4 men don’t know each other.

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TBLI Social Enterprise of the week

I recently met one of the found of a fantastic social enterprise called Tiko, providing basic health care  with incentives, in India, through a pre paid insurance plan via a mobile phone. The organization that started is called Trigerrise that is a punch-above-its-weight foundation working primarily in front-line, fragmented, informal economies. They use technology to power entire eco-systems that trigger growth and unlock entirely new categories of opportunities in markets that are bypassed by traditional development or commerce.

Very cool. I really was inspired by Tiko, and the larger ambitions of  Julian Circo. Congrats.

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