I had always thought that philosophy was a subject confined to the back blocks of creaky universities and dusty bookshops, without much relevance in modern day life.
When you’ve got a few minutes unaccounted for: when you’re walking to the bathroom, when you’re waiting for something or someone, when you’re heating up your lunch, what do you do?
What’s on your to-do list?
It was one year ago today that the prompts got released for altMBA23.
Maybe it does get easier for some people to put on the shoes, pick up the paintbrush, start typing, start drawing, start crafting, start composing … but listening to the professionals, there’s every chance that it won’t.
I think we’ve all got a word. An identity we strive towards that we don’t think we deserve to claim.
However loud the voice upstair is, the truth remains: We’re all experts on ourselves. We’re all experts in noticing.
It's presumed that the older we grow, the more we know. But what it's that's not the whole story?