An argument for mini-retirements … More Fill the piggy back and wield the hammer
An ancient philosophical concept lost to western civilisation for centuries and since reinterpreted – with profound implications for anyone seeking to realise their full potential … More What is entelequi?
How one ill-conceived advert shows that even high-brow journalism may just be a means for selling ad space … More Subvertisement – a sign of the times
The forces of philanthropy and capitalism can be combined to solve the world’s biggest challenges … More How to save the world
The accumulation of wealth is often pursued under the guise of attaining financial security but lying in wait are the predatory forces of consumerism and social media; trapped on a dopamine-fuelled stairway to nowhere, it’s easy to forget what really matters … More What’s it all for?
What the grandfathers of Stoicism and the 80/20 principle can teach us about effective communication and business pitches … More Zeno, Pareto and perfect presentations
When is a work of art finished? Being incomplete is perhaps an inherent and necessary quality of art – the ‘unfinishedness’ is the space gifted to the observer, facilitating a special form of communication between artist and audience … More Missing notes and unfinished sentences
Many arrows are pointing in the direction of the circular economy. The speed in which it is being realised is accelerating – and a huge prize awaits those prepared to act quickly. The identity (and intentions) of the winner will shape the future of commerce and the climate … More Coronavirus, private equity and the circular economy
What is the meaning of life? Perhaps just to ponder that very question. The fact we are able to thus ponder is the result of a seemingly impossible sequence of extraordinary coincidences … More On the meaning of life
Nationalism is a distraction when our most significant challenges are not confined by geopolitical lines – how the final months of 2019 can set the tone for a pivotal decade … More The arc of history and the 2020s