Arrives in 3-7 Business Days
In a career spanning 35 years during which he lived and worked in nine different countries on four different continents, Frank Lucas gained a close and personal behind-the-scenes view of diverse local communities, societies and workplaces. Frank shares these real-life experiences in a candid and insightful way, with personal reflections about living in different environments and among many and varied cultures. In particular, Frank ponders the inequalities he witnessed and the impact these might have on the future of globalization. There are some powerful messages here about stereotyping, migrants, religion, multiculturalism and human relationships. This book demonstrates that no matter how many places you experience, you never stop wondering and learning. It shows you that despite globalization, the world is not getting smaller, and it might make you think differently about internationalism and cultural perceptions.