The notion of creativity is sometimes narrowed down to grabbing inspiration from the ether and transcribing that into a work of art. However, as the professionals will tell you, that’s naive. In order to be prolific - you have to sit down in the chair and do the work.Read More
‘Avenue Q’ - the Tony-winning comedy musical that tackles societal taboo with aplomb.Read More
My review of the theatre production: 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch', a spellbinding musical championing free speech, expression and identity.Read More
Perhaps we are responsible for the perils of fame? It might be time to dim the spotlight and re-think the way we respond to people in the public eye.Read More
It's time to start changing the way we tell stories to ourselves.
My review of the book 'Happy' by Derren Brown.Read More
"We are all tragically misunderstood."
My review of 'The Course of Love' by Alain de Botton.Read More
Mathematics is a subject that divides us squarely between those who hate it and those who love it. I argue that regardless of your affinity, it is a subject that lays the foundation for our thinking and therefore for our lives. Here's why it deserves respect.Read More
Using influence to make yourself better.Read More
Politics is a game. With a playbook written in the 16th century.
We need to make it obsolete. We need real leaders.Read More
My thoughts on 'The Raft' by Fred Strydom.Read More
Going back to first principles.Read More
My thoughts on 'The Perfection Point' by John Brenkus.Read More
Reading is an art. We need to treat it as such.Read More
My thoughts on 'Candide' by Voltaire.Read More
Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone.Read More
My thoughts on 'A Man's Search for Meaning' by Viktor Frankl.Read More
'Busy' should not be a badge that you wear.Read More
My thoughts on 'Revolution' by Russell Brand.Read More
My thoughts on 'A Storm of Swords' by George R. R. Martin.Read More
Getting away from technology for periods of time is so incredibly important for us.Read More