“Is it more important in life to get what we want, or to like what we get? Many people work very hard to achieve their aims, and then find them a disappointment. Might it be better to relax, and just welcome anything that floats our way? Best of all, perhaps, we could learn to like […]
davey: what are the three O’s in triple O sauce davin: hmmmm davin: good question davey davin: so far I am O for 3 davin: hey davin: maybe that’s it davin: nobody knows davey: so, failure davin: failure sauce yes davin: strike out graham: orange oregano and olive davey: MMM delicious graham: there are there […]
My officemates for the day, the peach and molly, pose for a team photo.
Not much! But a little bit..
Lost really has two disparate meanings. Losing things is about the familiar falling away, getting lost is about the unfamiliar appearing. There are objects and people that disappear from your sight or knowledge or possession; you lose a bracelet, a friend, the key. You still know where you are. Everything is familiar except that there […]
Today is the last day to apply to speak at TEDxVictoria 2013: Emergence. I hope that, if you have a good idea, you’ll consider applying. But wait, what is hope? Hope is the understanding of what it would be like if a good idea turned into action. This is the chance to take a great […]
In the Strategic Leadership program at Royal Roads University
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” – apparently no one knows who said this.
I’ve been attending a number of events lately that have loose and strong connections: Social Media Camp – a conference for the social media industry Victoria Change Camp – an unconference for social innovation put on by Social Innovators Network & volunteers Welcome to the Board – a workshop on board leadership and governance organized by […]
There is a group of us from the TEDxVictoria team at #SMCamp – if you’re also at this event, we’d love to connect – find us and we’ll chat. Today we (Laurel, John, Dylan, Carol-Lynne and Davin) are in black and red TEDxVictoria t-shirts.