Andrew K. Stein takes us on an interesting disection of a much loved Christmas song that describes the truly visionary foresight of the narrator to achieve a goal. Set the goal, identify stakeholders, etc., etc., as the narrator works toward her ultimate wish of owing a hippo! Andrew effectively walks us through the process, so sit back and enjoy this special non-holiday holiday presentation!
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Andrew K. Stein
What the "Hippopotamus for Christmas" Song Taught Me About Crafting an Inspiring VisionPRESENTED ON FEB 25, 2018
IN ATLANTA @ VOL 35
Walking Across Other People's Land
BY WILLIAM MCDONALD
@ VOL 39
ON MAR 24, 2019
Will McDonald talks about the legal right to roam that exists in Sweden and other countries, that allows people to traverse across farmlands and have a more immediate experience and relationship with their environment, and what that might look like, here in America if those legal standards were translated over.
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I love Atlanta and I'm happy to support creative projects that bring people together -- like Pecha Kucha. And 5 years running StoryCorps Atlanta has taught me a lot about what makes a good story. I'm also a dedicated chicken mommy and I take my southern hospitality duties rather seriously.
Working in I.T. Background in psychology, mental health, addiction, and neuroscience.
Sasha hails from the great state of Colorado and where she developed a love for the outdoors and no humidity. She attended New York University where she studied Public Policy and then pursued her MBA from UVA. Desiring even more humidity for her unruly, curly hair, Sasha decided to take a job in the great humid state of Georgia. Sasha currently works in Product Marketing at Mailchimp, but when she’s not in the office, she enjoys taking her pup Huckleberry to explore parks near and far or sitting in the crowd at one of Atlanta's great storytelling events.