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Maybe you haven’t analysed it enough? Calculated Choices. Carefully Considered. Absolutely Analytical.


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Total Listening Time: 8 hours, 13 minutes and 22 seconds.

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Episode 41: Crisis

3 April, 2020

The Coronavirus, COVID19, SARS-CoV-2, is the biggest global crisis many generations have faced. Through our increasingly enforced social distancing and isolation, I’ve witnessed something unexpected that’s not what you think.

With John Chidgey.

Episode Silver Producers: John Whitlow, Joseph Antonio, Kevin Koch and Oliver Steel.
Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.

Episode 30: Lists

28 September, 2018

Lists can be a great way of tracking things to do and random thoughts and ideas. But if they’re abused they can drag you down into list-hell.

With John Chidgey.


Episode 29: Purpose

14 September, 2018

Purpose and Passion are inter-related but in ways that might not be obvious at first glance. We unpack why purpose is critical and how it changes everything.

With John Chidgey.


Episode 28: Tools

13 July, 2018

Some people are obsessed with the tools they use to get the job done. How much better is the best tool vs the right tool and how much time should be spend seeking out the perfect tool for the job?

With John Chidgey.


Episode 27: Creators

18 May, 2018

There are creators, consumers and regurgitators of knowledge and information. Which and you? And why I think you should spend at some of your time creating something.

With John Chidgey.


Episode 26: Risk

20 April, 2018

Risk assessments are a critical part of engineering, but overly sensitive ones can paralyse an organisation. We look at how to make risk assessments useful and how to avoid some of the pitfalls.

With John Chidgey.