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Deep Thoughts

Your phone is not trying to kill you

Well not intentionally anyway……

Everywhere I look, all I see and hear are articles demonising technology, with a particular focus on smartphones.

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Deep Thoughts

Why recruiters haven’t called you and how to fix this

I’ve put together this impromptu post after I contributed to an ask reddit conversation on how to build a great cv and why recruiters aren’t contacting you about that dream job.

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Daily Thoughts

The smartest move can be to shut up

Sometimes we all say too much or even too little.

Remember that argument with a loved one or a debate with a co-worker, where you wish you had just kept your mouth shut and thought about the words coming out of your mouth? We’ve all been there.

The most powerful thing you can do in these situations is to remain silent and listen, like really listen. Think about your response, the words you use, it’s within you’re reasoned choice to decide how you act and what you say – never forget that.

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These 5 podcasts will expand your mind, challenge your thinking and maybe change your life

This is part 2 of my mini series, where I share the resources that I personally use to develop my mind, skills and toolkit for living life. This time I’m going to share the 5 podcasts I frequently consume and would recommend to everyone if they want to learn a thing or two.

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Deep Thoughts

What not to do in developing culture and behaviour change

The cardinal sins of culture and behaviour change projects

Developing a change in culture is difficult in any field, you’ve no doubt read articles on how to make a successful shift and how you can support a cultural change and nurture it for years to come.

This article isn’t one of those, this article is about the exact opposite, about what not to do if you want to really change a culture and the mindset of your people when it comes to learning. To help me in this piece and to explore the insights to not screwing this up, I’ll be using the popular film character of John Wick and various analogies to demonstrate my points.