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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 Nov 15
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Rosa Say Nov 9
Day 33 for the O‘ahu strike. Honoring a strike is a HUGE sacrifice for these workers ( chances are they will get a $0 discount on their union dues ). Unions need different leverage—they need a better business model just as badly as the hotel industry does. RT hattip
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Rosa Say Nov 8
Unfortunately, our lengthy history does not illustrate the accomplishment of blueness which is possible; and are showing they can fight contentiously nationally, yet locally our legislature achieves very little to nothing at all.
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Rosa Say Nov 8
Replying to @rosasay
There’s a wealth of advice being published for the Democrats now—will they take it, and will we finally see a more definitive statement of leadership from them, or will their lack of focus continue?
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Rosa Say Nov 8
Replying to @rosasay
Fact: “for the second time in two years, Trump and his allies lost the popular vote.”—David Remnick We are divided still, yet we are hopeful: We lean toward the Constitution and our American values.
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Rosa Say Nov 8
Yes, we risked deadlock and “voted for a divided government” to stop the ‘success’ of the Trump con, to halt the rise of his swamp, and to tell Trump-complicit Republicans their ideology and lack of morality is NOT what we support.
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Rosa Say Nov 8
We talk Ho‘omaha in this week’s letter, for as Bob Dylan said, “A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night, and in between does what he wants to do.”
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Rosa Say Nov 8
Sustainability with Mālama
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Rosa Say Nov 7
Replying to @CivilBeat
Today’s landing page offers up a good summation of the midterms in —in all, our results were very predictable, sadly. Our citizens continue to belittle their own voices with low voter turn-out, and by rejecting a badly needed constitutional convention. Auwe.
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Rosa Say Nov 7
This reminds me of what Dr. George Kanahele would say about the of being Hawaiian, “If you choose to live in Hawai‘i, know you choose to take responsibility for her as your Kuleana. Then and only then, are you ‘a Hawaiian.’”
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Rosa Say Nov 7
Now that the midterms are over, pundits relish saying, “The push to 2020 begins now!” Resist, and use this window for you—allow your thoughts to resurface in this welcomed holiday lull, and think about what is important to YOU. Nā nā i ke kumu—look to the source, go to your well.
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Robert Macfarlane Nov 7
"It is like what we imagine knowledge to be: dark, salt, clear, moving, utterly free, drawn from the cold hard mouth of the world [...] flowing and drawn, and since our knowledge is historical, flowing, and flown." (Elizabeth Bishop, from 'At The Fishhouses', 1955)
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Rosa Say Nov 6
Yes. Please. We can, and must bring integrity, talent and skill back to our government.
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Rosa Say Nov 6
Replying to @roxannedarling
Yes, the success of the con is so discouraging. As if marketing doesn't already struggle to keep their reputation pono!
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Rosa Say Nov 6
Replying to @roxannedarling
And with the GOP, "more support for corps" doesn't equate to much support for small business or the entrepreneurial spirit; the biggies just get bigger and the 1% gets richer. There is no such thing as trickle-down economics in America 2018.
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Rosa Say Nov 6
Get yourself that sticker! I did!
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Rosa Say Nov 5
Truth: "Democracy is just one possibility of many in America."
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Rosa Say Nov 5
Historical Facts. What matters however, is if you believe them. Be an informed voter.
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Rosa Say Nov 1
Replying to @keolamagazine
2. You can also read my kick-off essay at : Managing with Aloha: Mālama ka po‘e
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Rosa Say Nov 1
Our value immersion for the months of November and December 2018 is Mālama—what a great way for managers and leaders to end the year! The kaona of is
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