In Socratic dialogue you start from simple questions and listen carefully to each other, and together you craft analyses and answers. The dialogue is very concrete, avoiding abstract academic knowledge and creating practical intelligent ways to improve our lives and communities. We find wisdom in the detail. It is the art of listening: listening to the other but also listening to ourselves. What are our real needs and desires?...Read More
N2: Trust the process
I’ve always believed that to perform at our best we need to concentrate on the tasks that we can control and change, rather than speculating on why something is done in one way rather than another. Today, accelerators are a proven model and therefore you need to trust that whatever you are required to do, it’s for your own good.Read More
It looks to me clearly as if wearables are now opening up into becoming jewellery items. But I believe we’ll see a focus on fashion rather than simply jewellery in the narrow sense.
With the Internet of Things as a complementary trend, we should expect the things we use daily to ‘come to life’ and either collect important data about us or help us achieve things more effectively and efficiently. Wearables actually manage to help in both ways: they can either be health and wellness trackers or payment and security tools that use your heart beat to login and authorise transactions. It sounds futuristic but it’s happening.Read More