Monthly Archives: March 2017

Changing Conversations

It is always a fine line to tread when one has a very strong agenda for change, between the political and the supra-political. Especially so when the issue in question lacks the fluidity that allows many of the most useful … Continue reading

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Whose Problem Is the Box?

The other day I was reading an article on a recruitment site about what HR people think when an applicant has on their CV they are a member of Mensa. I knew where it was going, of course. And, sure … Continue reading

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The Dandelion Project

You can download a pdf of this press release here – please feel free to use it, but please make sure to include a link back. Thank you. The project’s page is here. The Dandelion Project Press Release: 10 March … Continue reading

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We Need to Talk About TED

TED is the thing many in how-to and life-improvement and, I guess, culture in general love to hate. I love watching TED talks from time to time. Today, on International Women’s Day, I’ve been rewatching one of my heroes, Anna … Continue reading

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Starting from here: The Dandelion Challenge

At the risk of sounding like a mix between Jarvis Cocker, Tolkien and a motivational meme, every journey must start somewhere, so it might as well start here. So, where is here? I don’t look like someone who’d do challenges. … Continue reading

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Mind-Body Challenge

After what feels like a hibernation in which much of my physical training has been set decidedly to “ticking over”, this week marked a return to training. That has coincided with a number of things, the first of which is … Continue reading

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