David is originally from Aotearoa New Zealand, but has been living a peripatetic lifestyle for the last 30 years, while learning, teaching, working, and finding ways to improve the world, one person at a time.
Colonial film policy in Asia Pacific and Australasia during 1920s and 30s. And if that is too esoteric, I know a little bit about a lot of other things including New Zealand film history (and the film history of a number of other countries), creative industry policy, design thinking, political economy of the entertainment industry, creativity and idea generation... (to be added to)
... getting some stability into my life. It will happen, eventually, but sooner rather than later would be nice.
Are you sure? Do you really know that? Or just think that is the case? And, don't give up. Failure isn't an end point, but a stepping stone on the road to success (okay... that is advice I have given rather than received).
If I say what it is, it won't be a secret anymore.
Transformation catalyst; business and executive coach; creativity consultant.
Ummm... I think my fingers have memories in them and can type passwords without me really thinking about it. If I have to think what a password is, I often struggle, but just let my fingers do what they need to do with something familiar and no 'conscious effort' is good .
I would start by finding out what they need or want to learn so it is something meaningful to them. And then exploring with them what they know about how to do it and co-creating or learning with them. I would ask a bunch of questions... hopefully some or them provocative leading to new insight. Yeah, I would use a blend of design-thinking and coaching.
I'm kinda 'old school' and don't get into animated gifs...