Tag Archives: flexible thinking

What are you doing with your ‘wealth’?

                  News that one of Britain’s biggest lottery winners is giving £3 million to the ‘Yes Scotland’ referendum campaign brought a smile to my face and got me thinking. It also connected … Continue reading

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Summer Eventia – here I come

Looking forward to meeting the good people at the Summer Eventia 2012 this week, the major showcase conference organised by the official trade body for the events and live marketing industry in the UK I will be delivering a special … Continue reading

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First ‘National Nostalgia Day’ – Feb 15th – the day Britain went decimal

On the day that Britainwent decimal in 1971 the country is invited to celebrate its past – on the first National Nostalgia Day on February 15th. It aims to both encourage enjoyable, positive reminisces and also identify if our world … Continue reading

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21 positive ‘F’ words for giving praise to ‘Failure’ during ‘Failure Week’

1. Fantastic 2. Forward-thinking 3. Formidable 4. Foresight 5. Foremost 6. Float (as in ‘it floats my boat’) 7. Flamboyant 8. First 9. Fidelity 10. Fertile 11. Fine 12. Festive 13. Fit 14. Flexible 15. Fizzes 16. Fresh 17. Futuristic … Continue reading

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Failure Week (Feb 6-11) – The 5 F words for you to be a great ‘Failure’

Free thinking – yourDNA and dreams are unique. Make the most of them. Foresight – it was the Dutch philosopher Erasmus who pronounced that in the land of the blind ‘the one-eyed man was King’. Lift your snout out of … Continue reading

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