How to know when you have ‘arrived’

This week I’ve been inspired by several different ideas. Listening to the latest episode of Learning Leader (#299 with Kyle Maynard) one of the things struck me is the question when we have ‘arrived’. 'Arrived' in this context means about reaching a point or end goal, and recognising that moment as significant. I have also… Continue reading How to know when you have ‘arrived’

How to challenge norms (in a good way)

I am halfway reading Priya Parker’s book “The Art of Gathering” and it has really made me question a lot of the norms that we have all around us how to gather. For example, the piece I wrote last week about how to create more meaningful gatherings really struck a cord with many of my… Continue reading How to challenge norms (in a good way)

Normalising ideas

I am still reading Seth Godin’s book 'This is marketing" how ideas spread and ideas develop, and it still keeps giving me great ideas and inspiration. What Seth really emphasis is the role of narratives and the importance of paying attention to these: “You can’t get someone to do something that they don’t want to… Continue reading Normalising ideas

This is marketing: how to add true value and succeed

 This week I have been reading Seth Godin’s newest book “This is Marketing: You can’t be Seen until You Learn to See”. What has been so refreshing about the book is Seth’s way of simply explaining how ideas work, which issues we should be thinking about when we embark on the journey in discovering and… Continue reading This is marketing: how to add true value and succeed

How to leverage effectively career and adaptation

Many of us are starting to plan for the 2019. I have made numerous lists, mindmaps, and collections of ideas as to what I am obligated to deliver, what I’d like to deliver, and what I can deliver. At some point, looking at my lists, I was starting to despair. I started questioning as to… Continue reading How to leverage effectively career and adaptation