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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

General

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

Revolver

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

Music

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

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