I’m in the business of helping people and organisations grow.
That can look like many different things — whether it’s preparing people for upcoming growth, coming in to grow the rate of an organisation’s growth, or even doing damage control after an unexpected (and harmful) bout of sudden growth.
No matter what you do, you’re good at something.
As you get better at something, you tend to focus on it more — we all do, creating a virtuous cycle that ends in everyone becoming experts in some niche domain.
If you’re interested in UX now — for example…
In 2019, Time’s Person of the Year Greta Thunberg caught criticism for a lot of her beliefs and actions. The most ridiculous of which may well be those claiming hypocrisy for the amount of plastic seen in this tweet.
Ignoring the fact that Greta spent 15 days at sea to…
Failing new years resolutions in January is as much of a tradition as over-eating on Christmas day, or getting burnt to a crisp on the first day of summer even though it happens every single time.
That’s not because we’re…
NB: This was originally posted to my personal website in late 2019. The lessons still hold true — all I’ve changed are the references to the year.
Let’s talk about goals that help us achieve all other goals — let’s talk about meta-goals.
The secret strength behind meta-goals are that…
This scene from The Social Network stuck with me for nearly a decade — but not because of anything Jesse Eisenberg’s character does. What captivated me was how his friend & co-founder of Facebook, Eduardo Saverin, made his money.
What would consider the value of bringing in a new client? A new connection? What about the value of determining that someone isn’t a new client?
I would place all of the above as more valuable than the price of a coffee — $4.50.
Let’s jump into it.