August 6, 2020

A very enjoyable chat with Robert Fitzhugh from the Future Film Podcast and the man behind the Smartphone Film Festival, on all things creativity and an eventual exploration of Impostor Syndrome. 

September 24, 2019

What do you do just for you? I look at walls. 

We spend so much time in the work, hustle, accumulate head-space that it can be difficult to keep clear boundaries between who we are at work, who we are for others, and who we are just for us. In my many roles, I'm always...

July 31, 2019

I recently had the privilege to witness one of the most exemplary representations of functional innovation, inclusion and diversity. Academics, researchers, 'mainstream' Irish and international students, students with intellectual disabilities, athletes, language barri...

April 23, 2019

I have always considered myself incredibly lucky that I am a reader. I’ve been encouraged to read from an early age, and have seen the benefits of this ‘hobby’ on a daily basis in both personal and business contexts. While some describe reading fiction in particular, a...

August 15, 2018

Nothing has ever been done so well that it can't be improved, and that includes our performance. If you're doing anything today the same way you did last year, and you're 'satisfied,' you need to start asking questions. You may be missing opportunities to improve.

A sat...

August 15, 2018

When we collaborate we have the benefits of shared experience at our disposal. I hear the phrase 'think outside the box' almost daily. In reality there is no box, just the scope of your experience, and that scope is limited by a range of unalterable variables, the most...

July 30, 2018

Make your service magical.

Competition is everywhere and finding creative ways to differentiate your service or products is becoming increasingly more complex. Client expectations are changing and if your service doesn't meet those expectations, you can very easily be r...

July 23, 2018

Failure is only valuable if we’re learning from it, and unfortunately that doesn't always happen. 

In the world of innovation we are constantly celebrating the importance of failure, which is absolutely necessary. Fear of failure is cripples desire and innovation. Howev...

March 13, 2018

In 2016, the educated expectation was that it would take approximately a decade before Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot would be able to perform a backflip. This expectation was based on a loose timeline determined by the results of testing around the balance and performan...

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