Kevin Hart wisdom: When the final word of the final sentence of the book of your life is written, what will your story be? A post inspired by some wise words from Kevin Hart’s incredible podcast with Joe Rogan.
The world’s attention is not on you. And that is no bad thing. You have the space, the time and the freedom to focus on being and doing better. If you went by just his Twitter feed, you could be forgiven for thinking that Ed Latimore is a gent of few words. But those few […]
How do you react to stillness? What lessons will you take from the stillness forced by the pandemic?
We can never take equality for granted. Any progress towards equality is always at risk of being reversed. Prejudice will always find new forms.
Life will never remain just one thing. You don’t have have to remain just one thing. This is one of life’s greatest gifts to each of us.
What is the secret of the infectious sweetness of Bill & Ted? How can you stop good ideas turning from sweet to sour? Bill, Ted (and one of their creators, Ed Solomon) might just be able to help us answer these questions.
If we believe in equality for one, we must believe in equality for all. Remembering and acting on the belief that humans are equal in all directions should be a core part of all our actions, always.
When we become history, what will our story be? Some thoughts on time and change, inspired by the all-encompassing, endlessly renewing wonder that is London.
My pick of the podcasts that have meant the most to me in the second half of 2020, featuring: Tim Ferriss; Naval Ravikant; Brian Koppelman; Jared Yates Sexton; Scroobius Pip; El-P; Chris Hardwick; John Cleese; Talib Kweli; Jasmin Leigh; and Busta Rhymes!
When you look back upon your life, will you choose to wipe 2020 from your memory?