Co-working Alone: Tomorrow’s Shared Work Spaces

Do you long to get back to the hustle and bustle of an office? Or are you hoping that your employer will have realised the value of allowing people to spend more of their time working at home? If you are like me, then your answer is probably along the lines of, "Both. And neither." … Continue reading Co-working Alone: Tomorrow’s Shared Work Spaces

An Open Access Manifesto for Training the Body

Every body is different; every body has different needs; every person has different desires, aspirations, and potential for their body; Whatever those needs, aspirations, desires, and potentials are the means to train the body to attain them should be freely available to all.Societies should do everything possible to ensure every form of exercise available to … Continue reading An Open Access Manifesto for Training the Body

Going Forward by Going Back: My First Press Up at 49

This is something I talked about recently. I've been giving a lot of thought to why it is that I reach sticking points I just can't get past, and one tactic I've decided to try this year is to take a step right back and begin again from the start with some of the things … Continue reading Going Forward by Going Back: My First Press Up at 49

Covid and Uncomfortable Choices about Customer Community

The problem with being a disabled business owner who wants to change the world and build a business to a level where it makes a more comfortable life possible, at least for one’s immediate family, is a stark one that has really hit home this year. All businesses need customers. But this year has made … Continue reading Covid and Uncomfortable Choices about Customer Community

Subjectivity and Friction

Subjectivity - what it means for a "person" (whatever that is) to be the direct, immediate, or ultimate (or a combination of all three) cause of their actions - is something I have been studying in earnest since I was a very wet behind the ears Masters student a quarter (eek!) of a century ago. … Continue reading Subjectivity and Friction