“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.”
Why is the world’s most commercially successful comedian so successful? Jerry Seinfeld is worth almost $1Bn and still rakes in $40M+ from his TV show, 22 years after it ended.
People who love cars take them to pieces to see how they work. I like taking stories to pieces to see why they work.
JFK’s speechwriter Ted Sorensen said that the best speeches come down to 4 words and 5 lines…
“SMUBA”. What is it, why does it it matter – and how can you use it as a framework for your next world changing project.
I get asked quite regularly, “So what exactly does IBM do?”. Often followed up with questions around how does it do it? Here’s my short(ish) 12-minute take on what we do at IBM, how we do it, and why.
one of the first keynotes I’ve given about the parable behind the “Wild Ducks”, the process that drives all great transformations, and I share 6 climate related stories about the work I’m currently involved in.
My notes, links, quotes and case studies from the 20-minute presentation I gave for iXperience Friday on Facebook Live with IBM iX on 27th March 2020. I covered a lot of content so I thought it might be helpful to share all the links for anyone who is interested.
Since we’re all locked up for the foreseeable future and resigned to communicating via WebEx, Zoom, Teams and Skype, I thought I’d share some useful advice of giving better online presentations. (Including some insights about the carbon footprints of webinars!)
“After the final no comes a yes.
And on that yes, the future world depends”. Wallace Stevens
A new cut from Uber-celebrity photographer Rankin with Richard Curtis for Extinction Rebellion. Well made. Well shot. Well told. Rankin shot me last year. Was quite a day. I haven’t … Continue reading #WhereIsYourPlan
One of the most important films of recent years is Chasing Coral. The breathtaking story of an advertising exec who decided he didn’t want to help people sell more stuff anymore. He wanted to protect the ocean instead.