Dave Kimbell, mate. Honoured to meet you.

No, I don't make the most convincing Skywalker lookalike on the planet. My wife hasn't seen that pic yet, but it's only a matter of time before she tells me to quit goofing around, and replace it with a proper one.

And I'm not much good with a light sabre in hand, either. I am, however, reasonably good with words in hand. Emails, newsletters, blog posts . . . . . Words have incredible power. Incredible? AMAZING power. You can use them to create awe-inspiring spaces inside people's minds. And I thoroughly enjoy moving them around on a page to motivate, inspire, question . . . . and persuade.

If you need any help in that department, click on that blue button at the bottom of the page to schedule a 30-minute chat with The Questions and Persuasion Jedi. Free to you, mate.

Latest blog posts . . . 

June 30, 2020

Photo courtesy of PixabayShort answer: ABSOLUTELY NOTHING SCIENCE doesn’t say ANYTHING about that. So I’m going to tell you. (Disclaimer: I haven’t surveyed the thousands and thousands of articles in Psychology Today and all the social science journals out there. It’s quite possible, even probable, that they do have something to say about this. But I also know that

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May 9, 2020

(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)A Tale of Two Economies: A new “underground” economy, characterized by unofficial new jobs and businesses, all out of view of of government. People who move into this new economy will do quite nicely; those who don’t, won’t. What we think of as the “traditional economy” will still not have recovered by

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April 20, 2020

(Photo courtesy of Pixabay)90% of wisdom is cultivating the habit of persistent and deep curiosity.This is something that small children intuitively understand, even though they can’t articulate it. If you’ve been a parent, you know the frustration of your child’s incessant questions. What is this? Why that? How come? Why, Daddy? Why, why, why?Generally by the

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