Some of you may have noticed postings here have been getting less and less regular – and I’m sorry if this has disappointed you.
My job has changed from that of a work psychologist, moving from project to project, to community building for a government funded pilot helping digitalize small towns.
Some of you know too that I muck about with fiction… and have a project in development as a tv film.
Soooooh… what this means is that mrsmotivator needs to hibernate, go into exile or become an archive – and I’m choosing the latter for now.
But if content, creativity and community building interests you, I’m not departing the blogosphere entirely… here is my new blog
Most hugely, thank-you for your attention, interest and comments.
You’ve been a ball xxx
Linked-In gobbles the recruitment industry, Amazon gorges on book publishing and the high street, Netflix swallows dvds while Skype devours phone companies…
Could your job be next?
At a sparky talk last week, Tom Morgan of Mint Digital reminded us how software hoovers up traditional business sectors and jobs though its capacity to connect, copy and upscale.
His business tackles this creatively by invention – both digital and physical.
But for those of us with jobs we fear becoming toast quite soon, Continue reading
Oh no, she’s not banging an about wimmin is she, again…
This week there is Continue reading
WITH BLOKES WELCOME TOO
Subscribers who are not local to Wales – most of you – please bear with this parish notice Continue reading
Life’s always easier when we work with our individual psychology rather than against it – and lots of people I talk to these days have to use social media Continue reading
The community project I’m involved with currently is steaming ahead now. Here’s something we just produced which I hope makes you smile:
The group psychology of all of this is fascinating, especially the extent to which we view ourselves as networked people or hierarchical people.
I suspect we’ll all do some of both… for instance, you may be feeling somewhat superior to others as you read this, thinking just how networked you are…
But as Brad Feld points out in his most Continue reading
You spot someone online you like the look of. They have an overlapping area of interest with you. You get chatting, maybe meet up even. You wonder whether there may be possibility of collaboration.
They try to sell you something. You don’t buy. They try to sell you something again. You still resist…
You notice communication with them falls off, and an uneasy Continue reading