ollowing up on my latest post, ‘Seeds’, I continue to share my working and learning out’s activities for the past few weeks with a new additional post: Feed.

“Seed, feed, weed and breed.” — @Quinnovator & Dave Ferguson

“The first bud of spring sings the other seeds into joining her uprising.” ― Amanda Gorman

Happy Spring!

I’ve been thinking about shifting, urgent optimism, blogging, future skills, superpowers, and Norway. So enjoy what is coming below.

Thinking about

Brittleness

rom frequent curated posts, I have reviewed and captured the crème de la crème of insights I spot over 2021.

“The only thing that makes life possible is permanent, intolerable uncertainty; not knowing what comes next.” — Ursula K.

I look back to look forward. 2021: what are my main themes, moments of change and ripples?

Community Management

I went deeper into the discipline of community management this year in various ways:

📜 Certified by The Community Roundtable: Community

Emergent Mindsets & Strategies – Curated Insights

When time allows I share the crème de la crème of actionable insights from my network and beyond.

“Seeing with fresh eyes Creates a sense of wonder, Even in tedium.” — Kapil Dawda

Visual Thinking: activating one of my gifts

This is the feedback I got regarding the strengths I build. Below are some of my productions that weave words and visuals I produced over the years.


How do you think visually?

Did …

Feedback on feedback²

“Brilliant! Sharing feedback shouldn’t be a ‘tell you’ process; but if it’s understood about sharing ideas together, maybe stimulating new ones, that could be a good thing. What it mustn’t be is something which stifles personal style

Onwards as we have entered a new year — 2021

“We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” — Marshall McLuhan

 

“And ultimately, collapse is required for new growth and renewal.

Roads, Engagement & Community

“The challenge then is about change. How do you get all the pieces fitting so individuals are being their best, and a group moves forward (literally in the case of motorbike rides).

A lot has to

Transform: a review and notes from the NextGen Enterprise Summit 2020

This post is a humble review of the event I participated in, and how to share the notes I took to live in my notebook. 

Summit Experience

Thanks to