Communication styles of mobile progressives
Do your friends and family and colleagues think you enter an “international cone of silence” when you leave their physical sphere?
Out of sight, out of reach.
Apparently, that’s how our global existence sometimes feels to people who aren’t in the habit of connecting every which way like we’ve grown used to doing. Someone left Anastasia a message on her new American phone line saying “I’ve been waiting 10 years to talk to you” yet Anastasia thinks she’s more connected now than ever in her life!
In this interactive global conversation we talk about this literal and figurative disconnect, and how forward-looking, world-flung types like us can maintain our connections across vast geographical — and perceptual and behavioral — divides.
On May 18 we spoke with world citizen, international worker and multidisciplinary strategy consultant Shefaly Yogendra about the communication styles of mobile progressives.
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