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What does G2G stand for?

G2G stands for Generation to Generation

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A simple theme made grand by the literary talent of a man who could write compellingly and with authority, whose stories became popular as they have passed from generation to generation and never going out of print as new readers encountering him for the first time are motivated to read all they can of what he wrote in an extensive lifetime as a gifted novelist.
A simple theme made grand by the literary talent of a man who could write compellingly and with authority, whose stories became popular as they have passed from generation to generation and never going out of print as new readers encountering him for the first time are motivated to read all they can of what he wrote in an extensive lifetime as a gifted novelist.
Taken from The Red Branch Knights Cycle (An Ruraiocht) and The Fianna Cycle (An Fhiannaiocht), two principle cycles of Irish lore handed down from generation to generation, the stories selected include Children of Lir (a mystical twist on the traditional evil-stepmother fable); Deirdre of the Sorrows (a young woman seeks to change her destiny); Setanta (a young boy strives to become a member of the famous Red Branch Knights of Ulster); The Salmon of Knowledge (Fionn is a prince in hiding and needs help to return to his people); Fionn and the Dragon (the prince proves his bravery and assumes his rightful place as leader of the Fianna); and Oisin in Tir na n-Og (in a beautiful land of eternal youth Fionn years to return to his beloved Ireland).
SA On the Earth colony of Thalassa, gentle whale-like harsal swim the seas, some with their telepathically bonded human companions, and history is passed on from generation to generation by the venerated Storyteller's Guild.
Participants will learn techniques for how to navigate the dynamics of the family business system, including how to grow, preserve and share family wealth, manage issues of governance and succession BOSTON -- Harvard Business School (HBS) announces two Executive Education programs this fall focused on family centered businesses: Families in Business - China, taking place for the first time October 16-19, 2011 at Harvard Center Shanghai and Families in Business - From Generation to Generation November 6-11, 2011 to be held at Harvard Business School.