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Apparently today, 3 April, is World Party Day.  Time to hang up the bunting, turn up the music and invite your friends round! But what are we meant to be celebrating?  Wikipedia tells me that “Observance of World Party Day recognizes...

My seven-year-old son came into the bedroom this morning carrying his new skateboard, saying “I’ve worked out how to make this turn – you just lean your weight to one side and then it turns that way”.  As he’s only...

“Find the work you love” was the clear advice from speakers at the 14th LBS Women in Business Conference on Friday.  Each speaker had done this, and as a result their enthusiasm, commitment and determination came shining through as an...

Sheryl Sandberg rightly calls for women to ‘lean in’ but how do you actually do it?  These eight practical steps give you the tools you need to start. Are you up for it?  Decide whether you are prepared to make...

Yesterday, the BBC website carried a story about lightning flashes that sometimes happen immediately prior to an earthquake.  Curious to see how such a thing could occur, Professor Troy Shinbrot and his team set up a simple experiment using a...

[testimonial author="Karen Lamb, author"]“A year from now, you’ll wish you had started today”[/testimonial] Just start. And keep re-starting. That’s the approach I’ve learned to take with projects – particularly difficult ones that I’m inclined to put off. I’ve noticed that sometimes, perhaps...