A reflection on the music that represented my soundtrack for 2018.
James Bridle’s book shines a light into the darkness of the New Dark Age.
A reflection on my year and a review of the voices that have left me inspired.
A reflection on my inquiry into communication this year and all of the lessons learnt along the way.
A reflection on the artists and albums that represented the soundtrack of 2017.
I remember when I was studying my Bachelor of Arts I would often start a deep dive into new and unfamiliar subjects with one of Oxford’s A Very Short Introduction books. Short texts, they are often designed to provide a start to much more complicated topics. They offer a foundation for further investigation. This is […]
“Mark Colvin’s Journalistic Credo” by mrkrndvs is licensed under CC BY-SA Light and Shadow by the late Mark Colvin is a memoir about many things. Growing up, adventure, adversity and the art of journalism. More than anything else though, it is a book about life, in particular, a life well lived. A deeply reflective thinker, […]
Any Given Team documents Ray McLean’s journey from teacher, to air force instructor, to leadership consultant. Rather than provide an instruction manual, unpacking the art of leading a team step-by-step, McLean uses various stories to explain the origins and elaborations associated with Leading Teams. Besides being a more compelling means of capturing the full picture, […]
“The End of Average” by mrkrndvs is licensed under CC BY-SA With The End of Average, Todd Rose sets out to reinstate the individual within a crowd of averages. Continuing the conversation started by those like Seth Godin, Yong Zhao and Simon Sinek, it is a book about empowering choice and change from the ground […]
Just sort of do it flickr photo by mrkrndvs shared under a Creative Commons ( BY-SA ) license This year I tried something different. In addition to my usual practice of blogging, I decided to curate a monthly newsletter. In part, this stemmed from a review that I wrote at the end of last year, […]