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We couldn't resist the unseasonably warm weather. So what did we do? We hit the fields of Southam on our way to Napton on the Hill for a thirsty pint.
I've started reading Angel Tech: A Modern Shaman's Guide to Reality Selection. In this cast, I share what I've learned so far.
I thought it was about time for an update on what's going on in the soulcruzer universe.
In this episode, I'm in the hot seat as my friend Cristina unleashes her inner journalist on me to find out what's behind my love of social radio.
#AudioMo Day 14. I get reacquainted with the Triggering Town.
#AudioMo Day 12 has me thinking about how I can go out with a bang instead of a whimper.
#AudioMo In the last couple of days I've been able to get into flow state. I love that feeling. It's awesome. So what have I been doing to get into flow state?
Where all great ideas are born - the pub beer garden on a hot summer day.
#AudioMo - a 30-day audioblogging challenge I've been looking forward to all year. And the timing couldn't have been more perfect.
After a year of Zoom meetings, we now need to relearn how to look people in the eyes in order to establish trust.
In which I discover I can't do it all, much to my dismay.
I'm feeling a little lighter today. Maybe because it's Thursday and the workweek is coming to a close.
Clay reads from "Song of the Open Road" by Walt Whitman
From his bunker somewhere deep in the heart of Warwickshire, Soulcruzer talks to you about the slippery slope of time and how he’s not bothered about dying and goes down the rabbit hole with Goombah on a Bike to talk about time.
From his bunker somewhere deep in the bowels of Warwickshire, Soulcruzer talks to you about his recent podcasting epiphany, trying to preserve the memory of himself post-apocalyptic pandemic.
In this episode, I catch up with my friend Laura Heeley to chat about Vishen Lakhiani's little gem of a book: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind.
A poem, with music from @zoltandekany
Offloading some thoughts on myths and the roles they play in our lives. #AudioMo Day 9
In this episode, I share one of my works in progress for #AudioMo Day 8.
First ride on an electric bike.
9 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me In My 20s (That I Eventually Figured Out On My Own) - #AudioMo Day 3
Here's me passing on some advice to young folks! #AudioMo Day 3
#AudioMo Day 2: List your favorite toys you played with as a child.
It's that time of the year again where hundreds of audio fiends descend upon the Internet to share audio of all kinds. That's right, it's #AudioMo 2020 let the recordings begin!
Art is what? Reconciling one's relationship to art.
I woke up with fire in my belly this morning. There's only one thing I can do in those circumstances and that is to create something. I've been dancing around the idea of rebooting the audioblog for weeks. This seems as good a time as any to get going again. Also, who's ready for the contact tracking app? The NHS version or the Apple/Google version?
Big Merry Christmas to you all! I hope everyone is finding some Christmas cheer (go easy on the eggnog)!
I'm a just a tad later getting this out.
Day 14 of #BlogPals19 blogging challenge. So far so good, no real struggles to get something posted each day.
Just when you think you have everything under control, a flipping monkey throws a wrench in your plan.
I've been interested in virtual training since the early days of Webex. The game has changed in the virtual training space and I was curious to know from someone who does a lot of training in this space, what is the field of virtual training like these days. Catherine Nicholson of [The Virtual Training Team](http://www.thevirtualtrainingteam.co.uk/) was kind enough to share her thoughts on virtual training with me. #virtual #training