“Being Brilliant and human” curates and shares human, practical and realistic approaches to life and work for those who are following their own path and are juggling multiple projects or streams of focus.
In the situation we find ourselves in, I want to show friendship and solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement. I have found this powerful as a starting point to educate myself.
There is no app or device that will influence your life like this annoyingly simple guidance.
This is a lovely article that gives some tips on how to focus on the mundane and to learn to enjoy the process.
A realistic look at how this culture of being busy has been disrupted by COVID and how it is making people reflect on whether doing more is really better.
This is a great reminder to remember to stay connected, and in touch, with who you already know and using those strong foundations to then venture to the new.
Marc Andreessen writes about how we forgot to build and maintain the meaningful and fundamental elements of our world, promoting the illusion of innovation and creativity and not putting it to good use. Hopeful, but pragmatic, an inspirational call to action.
I have just started this book, which was recommended by two people I regard highly, again pertinent for all of us to understand our own situation and make changes to how we conduct ourselves. "Be the Change you wish to see."
Jon and the Futurenauts
This is a light-hearted but realistic and optimistic look at systems and how we are affected by them, but more importantly what we can do to change things. I am not emphatic about a lot, but this is a must listen!