Why is it Worth Waking Up Every Morning? (Greece)

“BookKefalaki, Margarita (Ed.). (2020). Why is it worth waking up every morning? Impressions and reflections on inspiration, motivation, and collaboration. Athens, Greece: Communication Institute of Greece.

This example of intercultural communication, this multilingual and multicultural co-creation, aims to become a voice that unites us all! – Margarita Kefalaki

Why is it worth waking up every morning?For their first collaborative project, the Vice Presidents of the Communication Institute of Greece (COMinG) have worked together to pass on a message of hope through their motivational book entitled: Why is it worth waking up every morning? This book was created as a sign of hope, especially during the difficult times we face as a global collective (e.g., the COVID-19 global crisis in 2020). It is a book of encouragement with impressions and reflections on inspiration, motivation, and collaboration.

The VP Community of the Communication Institute of Greece includes: Karl-Heinz Pogner, Sophia Karanicolas, Michael A. Altamirano, Christian Schnee, Ailson J. De Moraes, Fotini Diamantidaki, Robert J. Bonk, Carolin Rekar Munro, and Jürgen Rudolph, who have all  shared their viewpoints on why it is, or is not, worth it to wake up each morning.

Note: Follow the link provided to download a free copy of the ebook.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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