Today is one of those days when I think Internet is the greatest thing ever invented. Not only can you find anything you’re looking for, but you can also meet some great people. Derek Walker is one of them. I met him on Twitter after launching this blog. He has a weekly podcast called the Weekly
When I discovered Ticket for Change (I told you about this project here) I also discovered O in Motion. This project is as multi-faceted as their founders, Ucka Ludovic Ulolo and Anna Ivacheff that refer to themselves as business choreographers. So what is a business choreographer I can hear you ask. It’s a collective intelligence and change management facilitator. Via
When I first created this blog, I started sharing stories about projects and people with a multi-faceted life. And this led me to meet really interesting people who also lead a multi-faceted life and I thought it would be great to share their stories with you. You might remember a few weeks back, when I told
This blog post was written during the #YourTurnChallenge Day#4 Our talents are often difficult to spot on our own. Why? Because it comes so easily to us that we think it does for everyone else too. We all have talents. It might be having good memory, making people laugh or having good navigation skills.
Honestly, I never considered myself a creative person. I’m not like some of my friends or family members who can come up with thousands of ideas by the minute. But this has changed… really recently. The shift actually happened a few days ago when Derek Walker, host of the great and inspiring podcast The Weekly Creative, reached out to me