Ed note: Today’s post comes from Dr. Craig Zelizer, the Associate Director of the Conflict Resolution MA Program at Georgetown University. He has been involved in the field of conflict resolution for over two decades, worked in over 15 countries, consults regularly for a variety of organizations, and is committed to fostering social change using innovative tools such as Ning. If you’d like to contribute a guest post, let us know in the comments below.
Ed note: Today’s post come from Jan Biermann, the founder of yogapad.de, a German Ning Network focused on Yoga and wueins, an advertising agency in Münster, Germany. If you are interested in penning a guest post for the Ning Blog, let us know in the comments below!
Do you know yama, niyama, asanas or pranayama? If not, then become acquainted with yogapad.de.
Ed note: This is first in a series of guest posts we plan on publishing on the Ning Blog. If you are interested in penning a guest post for the Ning Blog, let us know in the comments below! Today’s post come from Douglas Aiken, the author of The Culting of Brands: How Customers Become True Believers. He is a partner at Purpose, an organization that creates 21st century movements and was previously the Chief Community Officer and Partner at Meetup.