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King Richard III reinterned 530 years later

I’m not British, but the reburial of Richard III was lighting up my Twitter feed all week long.  Twenty first-century Britain has enthusiastically embraced the story of the medieval king whose battle-scarred skeleton was found under a parking lot in Leicester in 2012.  285 more words


In praise of pessimism

Sadly – but to pessimists, predictably – pessimism gets a bad press. 183 more words

Lessons For Life

Innovation and Creativity

Last week Bloomsbury commissioned a groundbreaking book on innovation and creativity from me. Bloomsbury are the home of Harry Potter and have a major cadre of thought leaders and business authors alongside their popular offerings. 437 more words

Academy Of Rock


So far this year, I’ve featured a couple of performances from The Rich Kids and Rezillos from 1978’s new music show Revolver. And today’s post features two more. 459 more words


Enigmatic Leadership

Does your enigma as a leader increase if a sense of mystery surrounds your life?  I was thinking about this whilst listening to the BBC broadcast… 522 more words

Academy Of Rock

Dudley Moore

Dudley Moore (April 19, 1935 – March 27, 2002)

Dudley Stuart John Moore was born in London, England. Born with club feet, his left leg became permanently twisted and withered below the knee. 256 more words