Story Hunt 2016 Applications

You can achieve more than can imagine | Andrejs Gavrilovs

How to make the mind your best friend not your worst enemy | Tom Krese

Kas ir pirms un pēc pirmā soļa? | Kristīne Pētersone

Business as a solution | Zane Skuja

How I become a Millionaire by 24? | Hodhaifa Khadraoui

Changing lives of the EU refugees | Benjamin Enoch Basker

„Lighting as a Service” as the quickest solution to limit the climate change | Kaspars Osis

How to teach the unknown? | Elīna Ingelande

Effective altruism – prioritise to help the most lives | Matīss Apinis

Sabiedrība un Liekais svars | Vilnis Baltiņš

Radošuma formula | Agnese Aljēna

The next CEO: The Chief Empathy Officer | Greta Rossi

Telpas pavasaris | Žanete Grende

3 Lessons to survive everywhere | Kostiantyn Turchak

Ko Tu darītu, ja Tev nekas nebūtu jādara? | Linda Vilmansone

Biomolecular archaeology: discovering ancient microbes | Alisa Kazarina

Self defense (just a little bit about fighting) | Matiss Neimanis

Mans “Jasmīnas laiks” | Aija Selga-Brikmane

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Specialty Coffee thinking | Juris Krumins Jr.

#Fudzi161km – pasaka par mākoņkilometru tirgotāju | Mārtiņš Zvīdriņš

Šūpoles bērniem ratiņkrēslos | Ināra Oļena

The Forgotten Art | Dāvis Golds

Why Should We Appreciate the ‘Niche’? | Chutinon Putthiwanit

Are schools really worth it? | Kārlis Krēsliņš

Iepazīstini ar sevi ietekmīgi | Oskars Priede

Why people are stuck with finances and how technology can change it | Alberts Pumpurs

Stāsts par izaicinājuma iekļaušanu izglītībā | Līga Peiseniece

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