posts from category: thinking

Considered Quietness

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This essay is a reflection of the crisis in the absence of considered quietness in the ways we work, learn and live. It was in part inspired by Rebecca Solnit’s book, Men Explain Thing to Me. Keep Reading…

Exploring the decisions for collaboration

Source: British Library

Making the decision who you collaborate with or not, is one of the most important decisions a person can make. The outcome of which has an impact not just on your professional life, but also your personal and the lives of others around you.  Who we collaborate with is one of our most constant decisions as human beings, and one of our hardest. As the word collaboration becomes more and more popular in print across many a business blog or magazine, it is hard to ignore the reality that the practice of collaboration is something we have always done as social and complex human beings. From deciding who to hang out with at school, who … Keep Reading…