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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 Sep 23
Whatever is true, right, noble, pure, lovely and admirable—think about such things. Philippians 4:8
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Rosa Say Sep 20
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This week’s conversation: What do hurricanes and personal finances have in common? (and what do they have to do with our current value immersion with Alaka‘i?) Oh, it’s all related, believe me. —Value Your Month to Value Your Life
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Rosa Say Sep 20
In case of emergency, break glass
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Rosa Say Sep 18
Those who know me know I am firmly in the “people are born good” camp (read my pinned post for more) and forgive most “youthful indiscretions.” This essay perfectly articulates why I also believe —a judge!—should not be confirmed.
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Rosa Say Sep 18
Love the value-mapping inherent in this. Mahalo for sharing
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Rosa Say Sep 17
I hear the public hearing is scheduled for Monday... You know what would be interesting? Let’s ask Robert Mueller to do the questioning.
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Rosa Say Sep 16
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…and yet Republicans insist they will confirm “anyway.” We need to replace each and every senator—whether GOP or DEM—who does so. —take names, and do not forget this when you step into the voting booth.
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Rosa Say Sep 16
Social media, as messy as it is, and digital news have amplified citizen awareness of so many issues. It hurts to imagine what we did not know about in the years between the Thomas and SCOTUS candidacies.
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Rosa Say Sep 16
💌 My first car was a second-hand, banana-yellow beetle with a trigger-equipped stick shift. Wish I still had her.
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Rosa Say Sep 16
This. Heal thyself billionaire business folk. are so badly broken w/biggies succeeding on lots of luck as they step on the backs of the poorly compensated masses, monopolize markets. Thus, livelihood ethics are broken. Capitalism, broken. Entrepreneurship, broken.
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Rosa Say Sep 15
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Rosa Say Sep 15
This is Alaka‘i. With every game won or lost, we experience our good fortune in having as Head Coach for University of Hawai‘i football. Alaka‘i:
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Rosa Say Sep 15
Oh dear Lord, no. No! Hey and —how do I block this?
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Rosa Say Sep 15
“Liberalism’s great advantage over other ideologies is that it is flexible and undogmatic. It can sustain criticism better than any other social order. Indeed, it is the only social order that allows people to question even its own foundations.”
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Rosa Say Sep 15
Please read this. Seek to understand. Bear witness. Be kākou.
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Rosa Say Sep 14
This week: When Alaka‘i comes up, our talk story invariably tackles the conversation surrounding as compared to . I say we do both, daily. My favorite Ho‘ohana-inspired working definitions, have to do with energy—human energy...
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Rosa Say Sep 13
Come on , get your people out of the storm; we can understand the gravity of without your employee abuse, and you certainly aren’t leading evacuation or shelter-in-place efforts by example.
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Rosa Say Sep 13
This is what looks like ... Yes indeed, is universal, and found all over the world.
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Rosa Say Sep 13
No—this is not a ‘small thing’—not at all! ALL interns in ALL industries should be paid. We have so much work to do in fair and equitable for jobs well done:
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Rosa Say Sep 13
Great article —mahalo for the research and thought you put into this. It helps to understand our history as we move forward with more civic participation.
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