Category Archives: blogtober

Moving away from darkness

This is the final of my mammoth blogtober challenge. Tonight being Halloween I have been wondering why we delight in the horror and darker side of life. Do we really want to be in that place all the time or … Continue reading

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10 reasons I love my job

As I am reaching the end of blogtober, I am going to indulge myself a little in the final blogs. So today I have been reflecting on how lucky I am to be doing a job I love, but also … Continue reading

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Drowning in data

A lot of organisations are on social media and are sharing significant amounts of content every day. For communicators using the new technology there is a lot of discussion about making sure the use is being evaluated. With most organisations … Continue reading

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Recognising everyday bravery

Today I have only one thing that I feel it is appropriate to write about. This is a day to spare a thought for all those people working in emergency services who put themselves into dangerous situations. They do it … Continue reading

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Finding the communication stars on our doorstep

It was another interesting day at work and this time it was our first major use of Periscope as part of communication activity. I have always said that it should only be used when there is a real reason to … Continue reading

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A positive way to judge

Not many people like to be judged. It has quite a negative connotation the thought of judging people. I have just finished a weekend where I was judging horses and riders against the criteria set by the official body of … Continue reading

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Over the boundary

I listened to a fascinating documentary today on Radio 4. That probably is a sign of my age but I am not fighting the urge to turn on Radio 4. The programme was charting the life of W.G. Grace as … Continue reading

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