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Busy Is a Story

Bentley and Chumley do not have too much to do! My two St Bernard dogs are like whales. And the reason that BENTLEY AND CHUMLEY DO NOT HAVE TOO MUCH TO DO is once again NOT because they are dogs and we are human beings and all dogs have to do is be a dog and/or bark and/or eat whilst we as humans have considerably more to do on any given day, just take a look at my Inbox. No. No. It’s because Bentley and Chumley do not have language. They are sitting right behind me as I write this [...]

August 21st, 2019|

‘WANTING TO’ IS THE DEATH OF DISTANCE

In my last year at university, I was madly in love with a beautiful girl named Miranda, had a passionate relationship with her for about a year, and was devastated when she left me for someone else while I was away traveling after my final semester. In other words, distance had apparently become an issue in our relationship. Distraught, I curtailed my travels and went home to my Mum for some comfort. Mum tried her best to make me feel better, but, as you’ll probably know from your own experience, hearing that “Time Heals” doesn’t really help when you have a broken heart. She did, [...]

August 16th, 2019|

Virtual Communication: Creating New Levels of Effectiveness

A Webinar with David Firth, September 19th at Noon ET My wife-to-be Keri and I met and fell in love in Rhode Island in 1987. And then she went home to Colorado, and I went home to London. We kept in touch - and kept in love - not my email, or FB, or cell phone - but by letter. Keri would mail me a letter. I would sit and inhale its contents. And then I’d write her one back. Weeks would go by between communications, but we didn’t let distance get in the way, because we both knew we [...]

August 9th, 2019|

Communication and the Art of Living

Robert Mueller has said ‘The report must speak for itself.’ Samuel Beckett said - when pressed on the meaning of Waiting Godot - ‘The work speaks for itself.’ The study of literature is new paradigm communication. It says the audience is part of the process of creating the art. Their interpretation - what matters to them in terms of meaning and purpose - is as much a part of the whole as whatever the artist wrote, painted or performed. Much of the world, including Congress, is stuck in old paradigm communication, where if we don’t like what we hear, or [...]

July 24th, 2019|
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