What can one person really do to solve the climate crisis? You’re not famous, you’re not a celebrity and you don’t spend time advising corporate leaders or senior politicians? Well, fear not, here are a few small things you can do to make a big difference…
“Things take longer to happen than you think they will, and then they happen faster than you thought they could.”
Which are the “best” TED talks on climate change? Not just the ones with the most views. I asked IBM’s artificial intelligence to help me find out.
“We can’t save the world by playing by the rules”.
In August last year, hardly anyone knew who Greta Thunberg was. A few months later, she was nominated for the Nobel Peace prize after inspiring millions of people to campaign about climate change to their governments and schools.
How exactly did that happen?
I have collated all my video shorts on purpose-driven storytelling and the art and science of communication into this handy playlist on vimeo.
Not everything that counts can be counted. Why are squiggly careers SO important? Why is your career just one long conversartion with your audience? And why should 1+1=3?
If 50 million people say something stupid, it’s still stupid.
Is there an actual number? I’ve been doing some digging and I’ve found the answer…
You don’t need expensive tools or a big team to help you craft a powerful story. Most of the best stories started out on the back of a napkin…
Everything you need to know about speechwriting just comes down to four words and five lines.
FREE download via ISSUU of all the one-pagers I’ve created during 2020 and 2021 since being locked up at home!
TION I ever saw was 615 slides long. It took 2 hours 43 minutes to deliver in one sitting, but it felt like 20. And most of the audience were on the edge of their seats the whole time.
I really admire the carefully crafted personal brands of business leaders like Tom Ford, but I think we often worry far too much about our own “image”.
Whoever tells the best stories goes home wirth the most marbles…
For 75 years, IBM Research has been propelling innovation for IBM, from the first programmable computers to the quantum computers of today.
Highlights of my notes from studying Aristotle’s “Art of Rhetoric”.