Yesterday was a struggle. To be honest, most days at the moment are a struggle. I find myself lost in lockdown and tapped out of motivation. Wandering around the house or the park over the road, as if in search of something, but unsure of what and where to find it. I wake each day with the intention to make the most of it…and honestly most days I fail.....Feel familiar?
Recently I came across an interesting term born out of the tech world - 'Dogfooding' ... according to Wikipedia “Eating your own dog food, also called dogfooding, it occurs when an organisation uses its own product. Now that you’ve heard the term are you like me asking yourself, do I dogfood? Does my company?
The word transformation has become a vocabulary staple in the world of business. The need to evolve and do it fast to avoid the threat of disruption from an unlikely upstart is ever-present. What is intriguing is that the word transformation for many of us implies an end state.
Do you love a podcast? Do you use it as a means to challenge your view of the world? If the answer is yes and yes, then I have a little end-of-year gift for you – six podcasts that will challenge you to shift the way you look at the world, and amplify your IAQ.
Welcome to the fourth industrial revolution where uncertainty is the new normal. Exponential technological advancements combined with a generational mindset shift in how we view the world is driving environmental upheaval, that has many uncomfortably questioning how to remain relevant.
How do you distill six days of incredible learning, with some of the top Artificial Intelligence and tech gurus in the world? You take the top four insights and share them widely in the hope that they may inspire others to drive change that positively directs the course of humanity.
We are experiencing a crisis in big business. The rising pressure to prepare for and embrace the future of work, while relying on out-dated business models is cultivating an environment that could very well lead to a perfect storm.
I’ve recently acknowledged that my mobile phone addiction is a serious problem. How did I let this happen? Curiosity got the better of me and I decided to start digging and talking to others around the growing need to start iPhones Anonymous.
I believe that we have never been more technologically connected and yet humanly felt so disconnected. How does this make you feel? I find the concept alarming in the context of innovation and the personal development of our society.