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Practice makes perfect. There is a school of thought that says that you should practice and practice something until it becomes second nature and you just react instantly. But can you practice too much? In our office the fire alarm goes off every Tue...

You often hear about people in a business who are great at finding problems. They can sniff out an issue and are quick to flag them to the hierarchy. Who doesn’t want someone like that in their business? I actually don’t. A manager who finds...

Yesterday I attended a talk on leadership from the fascinating Charlie Wilson of Bosideon Consulting at the peer to peer networking group MD2MD. Charlie is a former commander of the Royal Navy and at one stage lead 13 ships and 750 people during the...

I was talking to someone today who asked me if I ever kept a gut diary? He obviously saw the horror on my face and quickly jumped in and said it wasn’t a health related problem but in fact a tool to help analyse my decision making process. The basi...

People leave companies. It is a fact of life unfortunately. I would rather build a team of talented people and have the chance to work with them for the next five – ten years but I also appreciate that isn’t reality. People’s circumstances chan...

When creating a campaign, it is very easy to think that because you are funding it that you should be the hero of the piece. Everything should scream about you and your product. This is a poor approach to storytelling and is a sure fire way to see yo...

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on Jan 11, 2017 in: theatre

I recently read an interview with the Tony-winning theatre director, Ivo Van Hove, who was asked do you have a phrase that you overuse in rehearsal? His response: Yes. I don’t think I overuse it, but I use it quite a lot. It’s only theatre, but i...