SETH GODIN – MARKETING AS A PHILOSOPHY

By Martyn Sibley "Along the way I learned that we don't have to meet someone to learn from their experience. I've ended up with mentors...

WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE THE OUTSIDER IN THE CLASSROOM!

By Sylvia Mac (LoveDisfigure) How can a young person dislike or hate their body so much? A child aged 8 with long flowing golden hair,...

BAKING BLIND REACHES AFRICA WHERE SKIN COLOUR CAN BE A MATTER OF LIFE OR...

Blind international prize-winner Penny Melville-Brown's video adventures of her cooking world tour have reached Lilongwe, capital of Malawi, where she cooked up a feast...

CREATIVE FLOW NEEDED TO CHANGE THE WORLD

By Martyn Sibley Without ideas what is there? We'd have a fraction of this world we experience. No buildings. No Transport. No products. No services. No...

MY PERSONAL STORY

My personal story by Martyn Sibley It was June 1999. There were wires and tubes coming out of my body everywhere. I was hallucinating. I...

VOTE FOR PENNY: BUT IT’S NOT JUST ABOUT HER

By Penny Melville-Brown "You might remember me from my Baking Blind adventures. Cooking around the world. I've also been running my business, Disability Dynamics since I left the...

NAVAL HISTORY STILL INSPIRES

Penny Melville-Brown James Holman was a truly remarkable man: he was just a young Royal Naval Lieutenant aged 22 when he lost his sight. Undaunted,...

WISDOM OVER PERFECTION

By Martyn Sibley Perfection seems like a good thing to aim for. Any message or movement should be of the highest quality. Unfortunately perfectionism is...

HOW TO CHANGE THE WORLD – BY GIVING BACK

By Martyn Sibley Giving Back. We do this beautiful thing innately. It's in our DNA. Just think about that warm fluffy feeling you get from...

TRULY OUT OF MY COMFORT ZONES

 Following Penny Melville-Brown OBE on her blind cooking experiences  as she     travels around the world .. this week she truly is out of...

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THE SCOURGE OF PAVEMENT PARKING

In 2015 our Government promised to look into the issue of pavement parking. What has happened? Very little! The Transport Committee has criticised the 'Department...