The great Chinese artist, dissident and provocateur Ai Wei Wei says: My favourite word is ACT. I am more fearful than other people, maybe, then I act more brave because I know the danger is really there. If you don’t … Continue reading Dis!Organize Ep.11: ACT!
The ability to manually move up and down the gears has never been more useful. COVID-times calls for flexibility and proactively protecting your self, your team, your organization. This requires forward projection – analysing what you see ahead and getting … Continue reading Riding the Clutch
Blossoming as if for the first time. Broken spoons. Sharing the pain. The golden age of travel. Llama time. Continue reading COVID19 Diaries: Week 6
A marathon, not a sprint. Into the second month of isolation. Stripping away a few things, and reacquainting myself with others. Such as running. We have had a treadmill gathering dust in the garage for 5-6 years; and recently got … Continue reading COVID19 Diaries: Week 5
Or, Learning From Dua Lipa, Wu-Tang, and William, It Was Really Nothing. The new Dua Lipa album is getting rave reviews as the poptastic release we need for our quarantine times. I put it on Spotify and cranked the volume … Continue reading Slowing Down To Hear For The Very First Time
The work does not seem to slow down here. We are only nearing the end of Year one of existence, so the life at a start-up does not follow along well-worn pathways and protocols. There is no time to pause … Continue reading Week 11: closing out the year, readying for 2020