By Hajo Adam, Otilia Obodaru, Jackson G. Lu, William Maddux, Adam Galinsky / May 22, 2018 / Harvard Business Review
In today’s increasingly globalized world, more and more people are choosing to live, work and study abroad—and this trend appears to be a good thing: social science studies have shown that international experiences can enhance creativity, reduce intergroup bias, and promote career success.
RP: “Develop a Clearer Sense of Self” =’s “Know thyself” – Ancient Greek aphorism, one of the 147 Delphic maxims
Here’s another Delphic maxim:
"Païs ôn kosmios ginou (As children, learn good manners)
hèbôn enkratès, (as young men, learn to control the passions)
mesos dikaios (in middle age, be just)
presbutès euboulos (in old age, give good advice)
teleutôn alupos. (then die, without regret.)"
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