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Rosa Say
Author of Managing with Aloha, Alaka‘i managers’ advocate. and encourager, weekly newsletter publisher:
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Rosa Say 16h
This was a talk story which previously appeared in one of our community newsletters, and I wanted to revisit it through the Alonui lens, our theme for 2019.
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Rosa Say 20h
Look up, Never down Managing with Aloha
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Rosa Say Feb 14
On this Valentines Day, a few reflections on my related-to-the-heart research on Hawaiian values, on the blog ⤵️
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Rosa Say Feb 14
Mana‘o pu‘u wai: What the Heart Wants Managing with Aloha
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Rosa Say Feb 14
Mana‘o pu‘u wai ❤️ What the Heart Wants
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Rosa Say Feb 8
This is why is, and completely deserves credit for being a rockstar.
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Rosa Say Feb 7
Mahalo for Feedback
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Rosa Say Feb 4
7 Business Themes for 2019 Managing with Aloha
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Rosa Say Jan 31
Mahalo for Routine with Community Rhythm
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Rosa Say Jan 30
Rapid Fire Learning: Guilt is a worthless emotion—or is it? Managing with Aloha
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Rosa Say 13 Nov 16
Mossy rock would be nice too... and flowers. Heck, let's just do a super long community garden with healthy veggies. 🌿🐝
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Rosa Say Jan 25
Replying to @rosasay
I live on an island which is the most remote populated place on earth; I commute regularly for my business by air. All that’s on hold: I’m not flying right now. We the public, should be opting out of using any services where it is necessary for unpaid workers to serve us.
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Rosa Say Jan 25
Seems the only way the will end with any expediency, is with all airport ATCs and TSAs unanimously staging a stay-at-home day and refusing to work.
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Rosa Say Jan 25
Ho‘ohana: The Founder’s Mindset Managing with Aloha
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Matt Laslo Jan 23
Have worked in the Capitol for 12 years and never seen a post-it display of well wishes on any lawmaker’s name plaque but here is ’s
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Brent Toderian Jan 24
Watch this. I’d like to think I would have stopped, since I often do when a public musician is outstanding, but admittedly it depends on if I’m in a hurry. We’re in a hurry too much. HT
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Rosa Say Jan 24
Dear furloughed employee or contractor, For whatever it’s worth as your fellow American, I do not expect you to go to work when you aren’t paid for doing so, or for the promise of back pay. Stay home and take care of yourself.
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Rosa Say Jan 24
A Mahalo Inventory of Ideas
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Rosa Say Jan 22
Financial Literacy Revisited: You and Your Income, Managing With Aloha If not among those furloughed, we ask ourselves, what if this happened to me, and I lost my job, for factors completely out of my direct control?
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Rosa Say Jan 20
Sunday Mālama: Are your projects and your ideas in sync? Ideas are perishable; don’t allow yours to whither away untapped.
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