Innovation is a fancy word, but at root it’s about taking a thing exists and making it better. Personal innovation is applying that to you.
There’s great value—sometimes, as for Apple, literally—in not just acknowledging but actively respecting the opinion of the masses. It would be unwise to dismiss them. Being popular doesn’t make a thing bad—only popular.
When I create, I feel both incredibly alive and seriously at risk. That’s the creative paradox: the enjoyment and risk present at every layer of creating.
It’s my job to label people—not how I like to think about it, but I can’t deny people see it that way. So how do we label better?
People think I’m confident but I struggle. Until I made a mental shift and learned to accept what people said about me—with interesting implications…
The power of the therapeutic relationship.
Teaching is amazing: it’s a vehicle for one person to make the space for the transformation of another. But what makes the best teachers so good?
Some people are all about where they want to go, others are more into the way they’re taking. Are you a destination driver or a path pursuer?
What if you thought about all your decisions as a series of micro-transactions at the Stock Exchange of Reality? Let’s think about that through the lens of medication side effects.
On family—nuclear, extended and mine—and why Winnicott’s “good enough parent” is one of my favourite concepts in psychology.On family—nuclear, extended and mine—and why Winnicott’s “good enough parent” is one of my favourite concepts in psychology.