Communities can thrive in smart cities if they’re designed by the community minded. The ability we have to inhabit the stratosphere is genius. With apartment and office buildings reaching the skies and technology orchestrated right through the city infrastructure. We just have to keep in mind to include the soul to the splendor.. …marble floors, […]Read More Building smart cities must inhabit the soul, otherwise they’re nothing more than elaborate mausoleums
It was not until my mid forties that I slowed down and started hearing the birds sing. Perhaps I was too ambitious chasing the wind or had something to prove. Worrying about tomorrow and completely missing out on today. These days I try and catch my breath as often as I can and not allow […]Read More Don’t worry – listen to the birds sing each morning, catch up with your thoughts – not everything you think is you
I am results driven as any leader or manager should be. My personal mantra ‘be effective, not busy’. It’s a smarter way of living which allows us to reap the most out of life without jeopardising what we hold most precious; our health, our relationships and our sanity. I look to bring the best out […]Read More Engage The Itinerant – Reap the results
These are the individuals that capture possibilities in their imagination first as they walk towards their dreams, not even realising they awaken the sleepy conscience of everyone in their path. These types of Leaders aren’t too interested in gaining a following. They are keen to unleash other leaders with a wild imagination, encouraging them to […]Read More Leaders embrace the lonely path to pave the way for others
$5.90 and it’s gone When I think of world poverty and the vast opportunity we as a collective have to make a difference. My mum reminded me many times before she died at ninety-three years of age, a story that typifies the extreme changes to our family when we migrated to Australia in 1968. Within […]Read More Who deserves what? I’m about to sip a coffee that 3 billion people have to work two days for
Pic taken in a lane-way along side a public park in Wellington NZ. Years ago I attended a community meeting held by leaders of a youth program. Local council officials, police, landlords and property managers like myself were among the group. It was an opportunity for a youth program to work with local graffiti artists […]Read More Graffiti and street art; One protests against the system, the other adapts and influences the system.