Category Archives: Thinking tools

You are Not Busy

If you think you’re busy, consider your frantic forebears. In the 1830s, 70-hour working weeks were considered normal in the UK. There were no days off, except Sundays, and people had none of the time saving technologies that we take … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day

Does the size of your whiteboard impact the scale of your thinking? – and while I’m on the subject, does a blackboard influence things in a different way to a whiteboard?

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