Johnnie Moore

The value of my blog

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Nice timing. Just after my last post about feeds and the value of blogs I rushed off to Paddington to meet Declan Elliott. Declan’s site is fulfil.

Declan heard about me from my blog and decided on the basis of the ramblings here – especially the more passionate ones about Lovemarks – that we should meet. And what a great conversation we’ve just had. Lots of common threads and the prospect of some interesting work together. Declan is keen on faciliation too and it would be fun to see what we can develop between us.

He also left me thinking about what he calls The Art of Abandonment. A great theme not a million miles apart from the idea that The Moose Will Provide. In order to change, we sometimes have to let go of our certainty and be in chaos before a new certainty comes along.

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links for 2010-10-31

Deliberate practice and success in the spelling bee Abstract of research suggesting the more boring solitary practice is the best way to prepare for the spelling bee. Reinforces the theory