Posts Tagged with Optimism

Renaissance

Of all the work I have created in in my career so far, I feel most proud of the book that I published six years ago, and I suspect that this is because it is … Continue reading

Another Country

On the morning of May 2nd 1995, having had for six years infrequent but regular neurological episodes, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in under two minutes. The doctor spent the entire consultation mumbling while … Continue reading

Field of Dreams

October 8th saw the publication of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change which delivered the most significant warning about the effects of climate change in the last twenty years. Less than … Continue reading

Communication Behaviours

For over twenty years I have worked as a freelance communications consultant, and I find it increasingly hard to describe what I actually do. I’ve tried a number of different explanations, but none of them have ever … Continue reading