I am so grateful for inspiring people and for the opportunity to live in the digital age which allows them a unique voice.
Here are my few recent discoveries on accessing mindfulness support via various types of content online these days.
Mute everything, but YouTube, open the video on a large screen to face the people featured in it and take it all in.
How do we tell if a brand is ethical or even more than that: actually kind?
I have noticed a fantastic small storytelling project on Twitter the other day so I wanted to mention it here for inspiration. Dan Barker over on Twitter had some time to kill while in London so he decided to challenge himself and take photos of all Tube stations featured on the Monopoly Board.
A few of my clients got in touch recently to seek advice on improving diversity and tackling racism (mainly systemic racism) within their organisations. Here are my tips, questions to ask.
2020 is challenging indeed, but if we all start reflecting, looking deeper under the surface of our individual experiences, biases and systems, I am sure we will find a way to move gently but steadily towards individual and collective change.
Here is a quick look at the reactions of leading brands to Black Lives Matter on Instagram.
Today I would like to introduce Charlotte Randomly who is joining the Voxel Hub Advisory Board.
As I am watching the events in the US unfold, I feel uneasy. I am white. I am privileged. I come from a racist culture. And so I am in pain. I feel ashamed. I feel angry.