Performance

The Forgotten Forest

Customisation: The Art Of Putting Others In The Spotlight

My dear friends Matt and Kat are just about to launch their brilliant new book The Forgotten Forest on Kickstarter. It’s a lovely story and the illustrations are stunning but what’s most impressive about their company Oh Zoe is the degree to which they allow the customers to personalise their…

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Do You Speak Millennial

Do You Speak Millennial?

I was born in 1981 so, according to many internet sources, that makes me a millennial. It’s very flattering to think that I am part of this powerful demographic but in reality I’m right on the cusp. If I was born 8 month earlier I’d be part of Generation X. This means…

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Black Sand Beach

21 Things I Learned Whilst On Holiday

I’ve just come back from a two week cruise in the Caribbean. I’m the first to admit that in day to day life I find it difficult to switch off so when I was faced with the prospect of fourteen days on a ship with limited internet access I wasn’t…

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Impact

How To Make An Impact

You can’t not communicate! If you stop to think about it you’re always on. You’re always transmitting. Whether you like it or not your audience is interpreting your every move. They’re not necessarily doing it consciously. The simple truth is they can’t help themselves. They’re hard wired to. Our monkey…

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Time Out! Time Out!

Take some time out! The importance of connection.

It’s been a hectic few months. I’m not complaining at all. I’ve had the pleasure of training some amazing delegates and speaking at some brilliant events and now it’s time for a rest. I’m taking next week off and I can’t wait! Of course I’m looking forward to a few…

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Resonance

Resonance – The Key To Connection

I shed an unexpected tear yesterday. The news of Sir Terry Wogan’s death hit me in a surprising way. He was someone that I respected as a broadcaster but I would never have categorised myself as a “fan”. Whilst I have fond memories of watching Children In Need as a kid, I…

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