Monthly Archives: July 2018

Harmony Through Social Leadership

My garden exists in a state of barely controlled decay: some parts edge towards respectability, whilst much of the rest reverts to a form of untamed prehistoric wilderness. Some parts thrive, others die back. If there is any illusion of … Continue reading

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Monuments

It’s in our nature to memorialise: a side effect of the social urge, is an urge to remember, to remember the purpose and bonds that we once held true. But monuments are not eternal: they crumble to dust, as did … Continue reading

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The Social Punks: #WorkingOutLoud on the Podcast Series

For the last year or so, i’ve been writing an Explorer newsletter every Friday (that’s why there’s no blog published fridays!). ‘The Captain’s Log’ has given me an opportunity to explore a different type of writing: it’s slightly longer form, … Continue reading

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The Pleasure of Simple Ignorance

The shelves of books that i have read are mere pale shadows of that which i do now know: libraries of knowledge that fall far beyond the threshold of my ignorance. The age of mankind is littered with the artefacts … Continue reading

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