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At 14:55 on April 26, 2019, Camilla Odell said…

Thank you! I'll make sure to say hi when I see them  :-)
I just looked at the conference now and at a glance it seems like lots of interesting sessions, even though I'm very new to this. If I go I'll get in touch! I'll look in to it more during the next week, I hope it's not too late to register then. All the best //Camilla

At 16:45 on October 18, 2015, Aviva Suskin-Holmqvist said…

Hi Kati

Thank you so much.

Just want to let you know that the two questions I revised/introduced into my courses seem to have made a world of difference. So THANK YOU!!!! (or maybe I started having fun again?????:))

Heard that you will be coming to Copenhagen soon. Hope we can meet.


At 15:34 on February 16, 2015, Ronald Warnecke said…

Thank you for your warm welcome. Ronald

At 15:07 on November 20, 2012, Pavel Vitek said…

Hi Kati,

thank you. Nice tu see you too :-) Pavel

At 3:05 on May 29, 2011, Ruiko Aoki said…

Hi Kati,

Thank you for your comment to my video.

But I found one mistake in it, so I deleted.

That means I miss your comment attached to it.

I'm very sorry, Kati.


Please take care of yourself and your baby after such a hard work.


Bow and hug,


Ruiko Aoki

At 2:59 on April 2, 2011, Renee said…

Hi Katalin:)


Thank you for your interest in my book and chapter in regards to SOL focus:)

I am done with editing and at the next stage in researching publishers that fit my book's genre. From there I will send out book query's and anything else they may need to decide if we would be a good fit for eachother:)


I really enjoyed writing the chapter that focuses on SOL focus in regards to friendships:)


If you would like I can contact you when the book is published to check out and or send you the chapter when ready in regards to SOL:)


There is a sign up spot on my website: where you can put your email so when the book is ready I can contact you:)


Hope your week is going great and have a great rest of the day Katalin:) Renee

At 16:29 on October 4, 2010, Jocelyne Korman said…
Thank you Katalin. It's a very nice picture of you. I am happy to have had the privilege to meet you again!
At 10:02 on October 4, 2010, Mir Mubashir Ahmed said…
Oh thanks Kati! I look forward to productive involvement in days to come.
At 12:33 on September 8, 2010, Nusret Kilercioglu said…
Thank you for your good wishes Kati. Yws indeed, it would be interesting to connect with my collegues from Austria and Turkey. Best regards

At 23:02 on August 24, 2010, Per Lundquist said…
Yes, we had a really good day and I am looking forward to working with Jesper! Many thanks for recommending him :-). Maybe we can find time to discuss SLOT and your business more after we have done the training in Germany. Jesper also got me interested in the event at Balaton next year. Looking forward to hearing more about that. Take care Kati!
At 10:20 on July 26, 2010, Ashraaf Fakier said…
Hi Katalin, thanks for the warm welcome. I look forward to engaging you on the topic of SF in the future. I am only now starting to get my head around this form of networking now. I look forward to learning from this group.

thanks. Ashraaf
At 8:00 on July 26, 2010, Thomas Gelmi said…
Hey Katalin
Thanks much for your welcoming words. I am looking forward to exploring the site and, of course, to meet you personally in Budapest, latest. Have a great week ahead.
BR, Thomas
At 14:37 on July 13, 2010, Madi Hanekom said…
Hi Katalin
Many thanks for your welcome and lots of good luck and have fun being part of the
Hungary 2011 organisating team! As far as SOL-SA 1 is concerned, if South Africa could organise the highly successful Soccer World Cup, I'm sure the SF event to take place here will be a great and inspiring one with everybody, both in SA and abroad working together to make it happen!
Best regards, Madi
At 9:13 on July 13, 2010, Elta Boshard said…
Thank your for sharing the beautiful pictures.
Wishing you a wonderful Summer REtreat!
At 23:10 on June 3, 2010, Tamás Járdán said…
I am so stupid, but I could not recall from my memory that conversation...
At 7:16 on May 28, 2010, Agota Eva Ruzsa said…
Kedves Katalin, Köszönöm a meghívást és szeretnék elmenni. Remélem találkozunk itt Budapesten. Üdv, Ágota
At 20:21 on May 26, 2010, Jonas Wells said…
!oot uoy knahT

crazy people have the best fantasies, no?
At 15:51 on May 16, 2010, Roxana Agafitei said…
Hi Kati,

thank you very much for your warm welcome! Waiting to see you again and have a chance to discuss more. Very interesting fluba exercise, very inspiring! Hugs, Roxana
At 13:44 on May 16, 2010, Julia Kalenberg said…
Hi Kati,
thank you very much. It was interesting to talk to you on the plane. And I loved the fluba exercise during the conference at bukarest. I'll try it soon.
Hope to see you soon, hugs, Julia
At 9:12 on May 15, 2010, Stanus Cloete said…
Hi Katalin,

Ubuntu is an African ethic and philosophy wich says according to Wikipedia:

One of the sayings in our country is Ubuntu - the essence of being human. Ubuntu speaks particularly about the fact that you can't exist as a human being in isolation. It speaks about our interconnectedness. You can't be human all by yourself, and when you have this quality - Ubuntu - you are known for your generosity.
We think of ourselves far too frequently as just individuals, separated from one another, whereas you are connected and what you do affects the whole world. When you do well, it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity.

The concept of ubuntu defines the individual in their several relationships with others. Louw states that while the Zulu maxim umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu ("a person is a person through (other) persons") may have no apparent religious connotations in the context of Western society, in an African context it suggests that the person one is to become by behaving with humanity is an ancestor worthy of respect or veneration. Those who uphold the principle of ubuntu throughout their lives will, in death, achieve a unity with those still living.

Nelson Mandela explained Ubuntu:

A traveler through a country would stop at a village and he didn't have to ask for food or for water. Once he stops, the people give him food, entertain him. That is one aspect of Ubuntu but it will have various aspects. Ubuntu does not mean that people should not enrich themselves. The question therefore is: Are you going to do so in order to enable the community around you to be able to improve?

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