I’ve worked from home, quite happily, for the last ten years. But, now, this home is full of children home educating, and we’re juggling laptops, tablets, phones and earphones, live classes, Zoom calls, videos, assemblies and worksheet submissions. Add inconsistent wi-fi into the mix and I’ve got fairly consistent chaos and absolutely consistent noise from 8am to 3pm.
I love mischief on April Fools’ Day but starting a new job on this year’s April 1st was a proper shocker.
First published by onthinktanks.org: The World Cup is now in full swing and, whether you love or loathe it, football will continue to dominate the news cycle over the next few weeks.
Exactly a week ago, my TED Talk about Colour in Faith, a project about countering fear through social practice art was published. The talk is less than twelve minutes long but it took me a lifetime to prepare for it!
Those twelve minutes were prepared over months and days of working with my colleagues at Well Made Strategy, the TED curatorial team and wonderful Broadway choreographer Danny Mefford. I’m going to save you a lot of time and share a few useful tips from my experience.