This week I have learned:
- I do love running workshops. Especially when I get the chance to try out some new tricks.
- Amsterdam to London is a bit of a schlep for a dinner. It was worth it, though.
- I’m not the only one who thinks classical economics might be broken.
- Doing pitches for work is ball-aching. Sitting on both either sides of enforced processes at the moment (with different clients I hasten to add) makes one realise the pseudo-scientific nonsense of it all; ludicrous contortions that do little to guarantee any future success. Hindsight is the only way to achieve guarantees of success.
- It doesn’t seem like a year could have passed since GT left us.
- The automotive industry is basically retail banking without customer deposits.
- The best bit of WB40 is that it gives me the chance to talk to some really fascinating people.
- I’ve pretty much completely forgotten how to use Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Next week: adventures continue.