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Karl Kornwolf

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“Partly grown up in Saudi-Arabia I learned that the world can be very different and beautiful although we may do not know or understand this at the time.” As one of the long-term companions of Good Work Foundation and Londolozi Private Game Reserve ...

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on How My Mission in the Education Sector Started to Anchor in My Family

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Penny Tainton
Explorer

I love this quote by Warren Buffet- seems to refelct the GWF philosophy and the spirit of the digital tree.

“Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago.”

Karl Kornwolf
Guest contributor

Dear Penny, this is a very nice quote! Do you know the book “The man who planted trees”? Kate Grogh recommended it years back to me and we also watched the Animation Movie …. you may will like this as well. I wish you and your family a blessed Festive Season and some time to focus on what ever is worth it for you. My best, warm regards, Karl

Penny Tainton
Explorer

Thanks for passing that on. Will definitely pick it up. Kate is awesome and doing such amazing work.
Best wishes to you for a wonderful end to the year, and the start of an exciting and fulfilling 2019.

Judith Guffey
Senior Digital Ranger

I know that Talley will always make a visit to Londolozi spectacular! She loves what she does and it shows.

Karl Kornwolf
Guest contributor

Yes, this was an amazing experience thanx to Talley. She was a great team with Solly, the Tracker. In the blog I could not go too much into the details of the game drive and the specifics how they found the Cheetah. Finally, I would say Solly used ALL his senses – he looked at the spoors on the road (which we lost again and again …), he watched other animals, he listened to the bush (and himself….) – and after long time he quietly asked me to look 500 meters ahead…. there was a termite hill…. I did not see anything…… then he gave me a binocular and I saw a tiny piece of the Cheetahs´ head …. Solly saw it (without the binocular!) just because it was moving slightly …… All the Rangers and Trackers earn huge respect. For me this is always a big lesson – in my private environment and also in the business when it is about re-shaping a company or preparing teams for an effective innovation process. Thank your for commenting, have a wonderful Festive Season, my best, Karl

Judith Guffey
Senior Digital Ranger

I would happily spend weeks in the bush with Talley. That said….If I could marry Freddy Ngobeni, Tracker—-I would—-but I think our spouses might object. Every moment at Londolozi is memorable. Mele Kalikimaka… Hawai’ian Merry Christmas.

Karl Kornwolf
Guest contributor

So, I will stay with my wife, now 😉 Great that there are so many fantastic people to meet, still.
Merry Christmas from cold and windy Munich to overseas – Hawai, Karl

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