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Depending on where you come from, Australia can feel familiar enough to make you think you understand the culture better than you actually do.
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The Song Saga story of how one “young man” started getting postcards from the Village People.
If you’re a multipotentialite or polymath, or if you have no idea what those words mean, you will enjoy this episode of the Polymath podcast.
A retailer told us this card might trigger some people so they won’t stock Song Saga. I’ve got a song and story to share about that.
A recent McKinsey survey identified 56 skills needed to thrive in the future of work. I have 39, but with robots and AI coming for our jobs, is that enough?
Finally, I found a box I fit in with a label that makes me proud to be a “specialist in generalism.”
It’s fine to fly the flag proudly as long as you don’t forget what, and who, it stands for.
You might think something as simple as sharing an infectious smile with a stranger is too weird, too awkward, or too hard, but it shouldn’t be.
“Hopium” is when you HOPE the marketing materials you invest in will actually work without a strong rationale or understanding of why they should.
If you happened to catch Simon Sinek’s recent interview on Inside Quest about millennials in…
Someone (Optus) paid Ricky Gervais to make their ads funny. And then someone else (AdNews) asked me to share my two cents about them. Only one of us got a really good deal