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Valentina Wahyu
Entrepreneur | Marketing and Social Media Enthusiast | Globetrotter Wannabe
Entrepreneur | Marketing and Social Media Enthusiast | Globetrotter Wannabe
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CEB and HR Executives Connected, a Strategic Partnership
CEB and HR Executives Connected create a strategic partnership to share leading global HR practices and insights. CEB, the leading member based advisory company, and HR Executives Connected (HREC), a global HR network of 500 of the most influential senior H...

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Anything from #Indonesian institutions? 

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If you lose your wallet in #Jakarta.. better to get a new one already. No hope :(

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Sit or squat? Knowing this, which one do you prefer?

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Meanwhile in The Netherlands... 

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For all of us stressful people.
"Happiness is not something that depends on how your day is going or how others treat you-it depends on what you do on a regular basis."

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HA!
"In protest at this imbecilic 'King's Song', I hereby resign as a citizen of the Netherlands." 

Thousands of people have signed a petition against an official song for the new King:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22232304

Lyrics found to be objectionable included the line: "I build a dyke with my bare hands and keep the water away". The "Disney-like style" was also criticised.

Is the song really that bad? Have a listen: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-22237678
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Have you seen Dove Real Beauty Sketches ad? Brilliantly done. A lot of applause from women, especially. But then again, read this. 

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Shall we move?
Two worlds spotted by Nasa's Kepler telescope are "the best candidates found to date for habitable planets", believes team leader Bill Borucki.

While a distance of 1,200 light-years makes detailed inspection by current telescope technology impossible, certain basic characteristics suggest the planets might sustain water in a liquid state - a generally accepted precondition for life. http://bbc.in/11GkYUT
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