Monthly Archives: April 2012

Meditation is the new Golf

Steve Jobs was a committed Zen Buddhist.  Apple, AstraZeneca, Comcast, Deutsche Bank, Google, Heinz, Hughes, McKinsey, Nortel Networks, Proctor & Gamble, Raytheon, Texas Instruments, Unilever and Yahoo are all reported to use mindfulness meditation by www.london-meditation.co.uk. Chade-Meng Tan, one of the … Continue reading

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Don’t try so hard

It is a hard lesson to learn and one that I continue to take my time getting right.  Perhaps the “must try harder” message at school penetrated too deeply? In so many areas of life; love, business, sport or socially, … Continue reading

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Be Proud

There was an amazing documentary on UK TV last week about the sinking of the Costa Concordia cruise liner.  What was amazing was not so much what actually went on, although that was amazing enough, what really set it apart … Continue reading

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Everything that can be – will be

Back in the days of the dot com boom at Razorfish we had a tag line – “everything that can be digital – will be.”  At the time it was a bold statement of belief in a new reality.  Today, … Continue reading

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Three Steps to a Better Business (and Life)

If you find your business, your work team or your life are either not going in the direction you would like them to, or are just going around in circles and not really going anywhere in particular, there are three … Continue reading

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