The Art of Brilliance blog
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Posted: 29 Aug 17 by CarlB
We respectfully interrupt your day to bring you some breaking news: Our Andy has finally got his PhD.
A rather large happiness thought
Posted: 19 Jul 17 by Andy C
What would you do if you had three minutes to live?
Something even bigger than happiness
Posted: 10 Jul 17 by Mike
On an ‘Art of Being Brilliant’ workshop I pose a rhetorical question to the participants ‘we’re living life fast, but are we living it well?'
National Kissing Day, July 6th
Posted: 06 Jul 17 by Andy C
Here’s a basic introduction to the most important science you’ve never heard of:
Philematology, the study of kissing
Giving in to giving up
Posted: 16 Jun 17 by Andy C
A sign that you’ve mastered the science of personal development is reflected in the art of giving up. I’ve learned to become quite a good giver-upper.
Posted: 30 May 17 by Andy C
Resilience applies to hearts and minds as well as bones and skin.
The parable of the locksmith
Posted: 16 May 17 by Andy C
Dan had completed his apprenticeship as a locksmith. But ‘fully trained’ doesn’t mean he was quick. Dan was the new boy, so he’d turn up at a job, keen as mustard, but would fumble.
Suicide is painless
Posted: 16 Apr 17 by Andy C
This just in from Paddy Cordell, our man in Belfast... Deep breath. Here we go.
Happiness and rocket-science
Posted: 15 Mar 17 by Darrell
Darell Woodman explains why he'll never, ever, ever, ever do a PhD! Ever!
Being a good ancestor
Posted: 28 Feb 17 by Andy C
I’ve been reading James Kerr’s fabulous book, ‘Legacy’ about the all-conquering All-Backs. Kerr’s introduced me to the southern African word, ‘Ubuntu’: ‘What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.’