I'm on quite an ambitious adventure myself, at the moment.
In my work as a Comedy Magician, I've embarked on a project called The Big Local Night Out. A community based, but nationally replicated, series of arts events, that bring together professional artists alongside local talent.
I'm looking to establish multiple locations - in fact, the long term goal is to have hundreds of them across the UK and beyond. That's a big enough goal in and of itself, but each location comes with it's own goal to create multiple partnerships, to build a significant audience and to become a recognised brand in that area.
It's by far the biggest and most challenging adventure I've ever set myself to achieve - but day by day, I'm making traction and beginning to see how this could pan out.
In running the People On A Pursuit Community, I get to see, first hand, every week what it takes to achieve meaningful...
Boris Johnson says cheese and coffee can distract when working from home...
Well if you know me well, you'll know that I take it one step further, and regularly work from a coffee shop.
If anything, it aids my productivity, is just as energising and actually stimulates just as many, if not more ideas than if I were in an office.
When events were cancelled due to covid, (even my 'work do's') , I set up an online community of people on a pursuit to help with productivity.
It's a small bunch of creative types, who all 'work from home', and if results are anything to go by, they are most definitely productive.
There's no cheese in sight.
All of the members are making incredible progress because of three simple things;
They’ve defined a repeatable task that predictably leads them to the result they want
They’ve got the collective wisdom of others on a similar pursuit.
It's as simple...