It feels like I’ve neglected this blog just recently. Until yesterday when I posted this blog about Howard Goodall, I couldn’t remember the last time I’d dropped by the WordPress interface. In actual fact, it was when I wrote about Strictly’s Louis Smith. Clearly my attention on this blog has waned. Its not uppermost in […]
A small break from things is what is required.
I’ve been doing a lot of talking about corporate blogging just recently. Corporate blogging – talking passionately about the organisation one works for – need not be dull. It need not be uninteresting. It need not be regarded as one more thing on a list of things which needs to be done. Here’s a few […]
Stephen Fry writes in the first volume of his autobiography: The thing about television is that you do it once and then forget about it, while some obsessed fans will watch programmes over and over again and end up knowing the scripts better than you ever did, even at the time of recording. I don’t […]
Don’t underestimate the usefulness of note-taking, scribbles and doodles. Scribbles allow the mind descend into a fantasy filled euphoria. What-ifs quickly become possibilities. And as soon as there are a handful of possibilities there’s a framework. Sometimes all that’s needed is a loose framework to help see the wood from the trees. Note-taking forms part […]