Selfies vs. Selfless

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On April Fool’s Day this year Thierry Fremaux, Director General of the Cannes Festival and new personal hero to some, announced that selfies are banned on the red carpet. Fremaux called selfies “ridiculous and grotesque,” and have since declared that those taking selfies “…clutter the red carpet.” He wasn’t joking. …

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The Changing Face of Creative Britain

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Art changes with life. Life changes art. The earth without art would be just “eh”. With the advent of digital marketing and various mind-blowing technologies to assist the artist express himself,  3D Printing to say the least, it’s no great surprise that it’s a 56 billion industry in the UK …

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Little Free Library Project

We will be doing the Little Free LIbrary in our front yard. Why? I have loved books since I was little.  Where other little kids got caught skipping school in the playground or doing something rather unsavoury, teachers that sought me for being late or M.I.A. caught me (predictably at …

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Umbrella Politics in London

Before I moved to London, no one told me that it actually rains about 30% of the year.  I suppose I should’ve known this from all the old films my mom used to watch where a Rain Scene was more often than not a mainstay in a film based in England. …

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A Curated Bookshelf for That Entrepreneurial Tipping Point

Inspiration and the good-old-fashioned ‘Quest for Knowledge’ are crucial at many points within one’s entrepreneurial journey. Most need it in spurts; some need a constant flow…but everyone needs it at some point. To quench that proverbial thirst for everything, today’s entrepreneur is spoiled for choice like never before. Gone are …

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The Tipping Point – Marco the Toy Branding Designer

(An earlier version of this blog appeared in Startups.co.uk) For many start-ups, taking that leap into entrepreneurship is the hardest. An idea can form and brew over in someone’s mind for weeks, months or even years before all the elements are in place for someone to simply wrangle That Final …

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Thursday didn’t exist for 5 years- what’s the worst that can happen?

Yes, you read the title right – I went through 5 years of my life not knowing there was a day called Thursday. It wasn’t amnesia or denial (never underestimate the power of denial); It was simply a matter of circumstance.  Perhaps, I was  a cheeky child with selective hearing. …

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