Much like the web these days being about back and forth, about connecting rather than showing, I’m working on the concept of Change 2.0. The theory is this: Rather than accepting that change “happens to […]
Here’s a glimpse into the future for you: From Australia’s Sunshine Coast Daily A WORLD-FIRST trial of a personal carbon trading scheme that will also target obesity, is to be conducted by Southern Cross University […]
I’ve been speaking for over a decade now. Longer actually when you consider that words first started coming out of my mouth in 1966, but I mean speaking professionally. Yes, being paid to talk; could […]
Reading Clay Shirky’s Cognitive Surplus slammed home for me something I already knew, but hadn’t crystallised in my mind. We don’t have a financial crisis; we have a productivity crisis. We (and I’m talking mostly […]
First, some statistics: According to the new film from Davis Guggenheim, Waiting for Superman, among the top 30 developed nations, the US ranks 25th in mathematics and 21st in science. American students have fallen behind […]
Amps are at it again; this time with Frenchman Philippe Croizon, a quadruple amputee following an electrical accident, swimming across the English Channel in a very respectable 13 1/2 hours. Read the full story HERE
Wanted to share an observation with you on self imposed resistance and adversity, and how it can strengthen and better prepare us for our challenges, and improve our performance in everyday life. Enjoy!