Letting Go to Let Come

A call for radical collaboration in the field of unknowing There’s an old adage in the scientific world. It suggests that significant change in any field of thought comes with the death of a leading light. It’s only then that new and different approaches open up new avenues of exploration and experimentation. Death precipitates a […]

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Have I got your attention?

What is it about certain people that grab your attention when they walk into a room? Why do some people’s contributions to conversations and debates get heard and recognised, whilst others fall unnoticed to the side-lines? How can we be who we are and make more of an impact?  It is my belief that such […]

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Book Review – Deep Work by Cal Newport

This book has managed to test my best procrastination methods for over three months now (it’s taken me that long to find ‘deep work’ space and conditions so I can actually read it!) It was recommended by a dear friend whom I love and completely respect all their book recommendations, so I was keen to […]

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The Unasked Question: a new perspective on feedback

     The idea for this blog is based on something that took place two years before I was born. In time, this led to significant insights into both my personal life and my approach to work. I was the youngest of four living siblings. My family lived in Israel. Two years before I was […]

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Imagination & Resilience

This year the RAW network have been exploring the topic of Resilience and Wellbeing in their work worlds through the lens of the AVIRA framework; Awareness, Vision, Imagination, Responsibility and Action. By the very fact that the members have chosen to come together and make this investment in time and money suggests that awareness (for […]

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Autumn Wellbeing Challenge

The autumn 21-day challenge will keep you learning (great for your wellbeing), connecting (also one of NEF’s five ways to wellbeing) and having fun (not one of the top five but always worth it!).

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